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The National Junior Tennis and Learning (NJTL) network is a USTA tennis program that:

  • Combines educational components with tennis skills development.
  • Targets juniors of all ages.
  • It Promotes Fun, Fitness, and Friends.  These are the three main reasons why kids play sports.
  • Offers special grant monies for starting new NJTL programs and expanding existing ones.
  • Offers National Camp and Scholarship opportunities for participants.
  • Provides opportunities to host and/or attend Regional Rallies and play against kids from other NJTL programs from around the region.
  • Provides high quality liability and accident insurance at a low-cost.
  • Was co-founded by Arthur Ashe and Charles Pasarell in 1969.

The philosophy of the NJTL program centers on team play and teamwork and provides a safe-haven for young people, positive role models, and strives to bring together young people from every segment of a community. 

Here are the registered NJTL programs throughout the state of Georgia (as of 8/1/17): 

Type Organization Name  


Agape Youth & Family Center (Atlanta)



Atlanta Youth Tennis & Education Foundation (Atlanta)



Bounce Serve & Rally Kids Tennis (Lithonia)



Chattahoochee Foundation



Coach Wink's NJTL (Atlanta)



Columbus Regional Tennis Association (CORTA, Columbus)



Committed to Children, Inc. (College Park)



Central Savannah River Area Tennis Association (Augusta)



MACH Academy, Inc. (Augusta)


10. NJTL

Mothers Raising Sons, Inc. (Decatur)


11. NJTL

Rising Stars Tennis Association (Stone Mountain)


12. CTA & NJTL

Sandy Springs Tennis Association (Sandy Springs)


13. CTA & NJTL

Savannah Area Tennis Association (Savannah)


14. NJTL

South Atlanta Community Tennis Association (Atlanta)


15. CTA & NJTL

Southern Crescent Tennis Association (Peachtree City)


16. CTA & NJTL

Special Pops Tennis Program, Inc. (Atlanta)


17. NJTL

Team BLUE Inc. (Atlanta)

For more information about USA Tennis NJTL, existing programs, or how to start your own program, contact Mary Dillon by e-mail or phone  at 404-256-9543 extension 113.



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