Over 100 Lowcountry Junior Team Tennis Players had the opportunity to clinic with two of the Professional players at the Volvo Car Open-Kayla Day and Magda Linette were the two Pro players that came and helped with the clinic.  MWTennis Pros also helped with 8 of the ambassadors from SC. A shout out to Bryan Minton for helping to put this video together that day of my Top 10 Reasons to play JTT!

Upcoming JTT Events:  SC JTT States: July 14-16 in Florence, SC

​Lowcountry Junior Leadership Committee is now forming.  If interested in being on the committee, please contact April Gift at agift0810@gmail..com 

Looking for a team, need a USTA Junior Membership, want to play Junior Team Tennis? Start by clicking on the link below or contact April Gift at April@LowcountryJuniorTeamTennis.com

Check out Lowcountry Youth Tennis Association (LYTA)! Click on Link below for All Aspects of Youth Tennis in the Lowcountry!

Gifting the Game of JTT

What is Lowcountry Junior Team Tennis:  It is a USTA program for Kids to get active, have fun and make friends by playing tennis on a team. Lowcountry Junior Team Tennis allows kids to enjoy the sport for a lifetime from the very first day of play.

"LIKE" Lowcountry Junior Team Tennis on Facebook and help kids dreams of playing tennis come true!

The United States Tennis Association is committed to making every tennis experience an enjoyable and memorable one. To do so we rely on the thousands of dedicated volunteers, coaches, officials, members, independent contractors, consultants and staff who contribute in their way to each event or program. To ensure a safe and fun environment for all participants, the USTA has developed "Safe Play." Safe Play embodies the USTA’s commitment to respect and safety for every individual participating in a USTA event or program through the use of screening, education and reporting tools.  
The USTA expects individuals to adhere to Safe Play policies and standards, as well as all other USTA policies, procedures, and practices and applicable external laws and regulations. Safe Play consists of the following five requirements and standards:
Conduct, Policies & Guidelines
USTA Background Screening
Education & Training
Reporting  Misconduct, Maltreatment or Violations of Safe Play
Grassroots Engagement & Communication

To start the process, click here:  http://www.usta.com/About-USTA/safe_play_background_tearsheet_jtt/   

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