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USTA Georgia
116 Marble Mill Road
Marietta, GA 30060
404-256-9543
Tax ID 58-1309245
 

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TEACH TENNIS

You help shape the future of the kids you teach every day, and tennis is an excellent sport to help you in that mission. Studies show that youth who play tennis are more likely to engage in healthy behaviors and volunteer in the community. The USTA created Net Generation with you in mind and with your help, we can inspire kids to get active—and stay active!

 

Net Generation has the resources you need to be successful on and off the court. Registration is free and when you become an active part of Net Generation, Official Youth Tennis of the USTA, you will get access to turnkey tennis curriculum, lesson plans, equipment and more. The Net Generation curriculum was developed with teachers in mind. Created in conjunction with SHAPE America, we’ve created comprehensive lesson plans for K-12 to give teachers the tools to teach tennis in physical education classes. It's easy, customizable and designed for anyone, regardless of experience. 

 

FREE RESOURCES

  • Curricula: Print and online K-12 curricula, along with instructional activity videos.

  • Training Opportunities: In-person or on-line (*coming soon) training to learn and utilize the curricula and equipment appropriately.

  • Equipment: Partner with a local coach or organization and receive a free equipment kit including a Net Generation roller bag, youth racquets (30), red-level balls (36), along with chalk and Net Generation barrier tape to create nets and draw courts. *Items subject to change

 

NET GENERATION SCHOOLS QUICK LINKS

  • How to Register and Add Your P.E. Program (PDF)

  • School Partnership Form (PDF)

  • Schools Program Sample Activities (PDF)

 

 

FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE NET GENERATION 
SCHOOL TENNIS PROGRAM PLEASE CONTACT 
   


Amanda Boudreau | Director of School Tennis
678-905-2964 or boudreau@ustageorgia.com

 

 

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Tennis Rules

What is the procedure when at the end of a point, the ball that was played is determined to be "soft"?

The point is replayed
The point stands as played and a new ball is put in to replace the soft ball
The point stands as played and a "like wear" ball is put in to replace the soft ball

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