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NEBRASKA JUNIORS 

2014 Boys' State  USTA Jr. Team Tennis provides an opportunity to practice and compete during the high school tennis off season.  2014 High School Girls

USTA NEBRASKA JUNIOR COMPETITION CHAIR-  Justin Bigsby
 
USTA NEBRASKA JUNIOR RECREATION CHAIR- Ben Wigert
 
USTA NEBRASKA YOUTH TENNIS SPECIALIST- Darren Emerick
308-279-0509 Direct I 913-322-4800 Office I 913-322-4801 Fax 

Nebraska Tournament Information

High School Boys

 

 

NE Junior Tournaments on TennisLink

 

NE Tournament and Event Calendar

 

 

 

 
 
 

 

Nebraska Age Division Team Regulations (12-14)

Valley Rally

 

The Nebraska Junior Competition Committee establishes the District Team Regulations each year. All regulations are subject to change.  Team Regulations

 

Nebraska Junior Entry Level Circuit

Jr. Tennis

 

The goal for the Nebraska Junior Entry Level Circuit is to introduce statewide tournaments for beginning players in Nebraska; to provide positive tournament experiences for players with similar abilities; and to offer the opportunity to play with others in the Nebraska District.  Questions: Ben Wigert.

2014 Nebraska Junior Entry Level Circuit Flyer

 

Nebraska District Ranking Information

 

District Ranking Rules Juniors

 

2013 Nebraska District Rankings

 

For questions or concerns, please contact

Steve Hossack: sehossack@cox.net, 402-697-8786

 

Nebraska High School Tennis 

Kearney Duo

 

The Nebraska School Activities Association is responsible for the regulations and programming for the girls' and boys' high school tennis season.  In Nebraska, the tennis season for boys is in the fall, and for girls it is in the spring.  Boys    Girls

  

10 & Under Tennis

Orange Ball

 

The Rules of Tennis Have Changed! In a decision that will fundamentally change the future landscape of tennis in the United States, the USTA recently passed new rules governing competition for 10 and Under Tennis tournaments. The new rules require that 10 and Under tournaments be played using slower-moving and lower-bouncing balls, on smaller courts and utilizing shorter, lighter racquets.
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