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FREE 1-year Age 10 and Under USTA Membership U10 Free Memb_IMG_1487_sm (2)_7-11_rev1

Through December 31, 2014, kids 10 and under, new to the USTA, can receive a FREE Junior Membership – a $20 value

New rules. Kid-sized racquets. Slower, lower-bouncing balls. No courts necessary.
Kids can play anywhere, anytime, at any level!

And now, for a limited-time, kids can join the USTA for FREE!

USTA Membership includes:
• An annual subscription to Bounce newsletter
• Access to play USTA Junior Tournaments
• Access to play USTA Jr. Team Tennis

JOIN NOW!
Go to www.TRYUSTA.com/juniorfree  
Or call 1-800-990-8782 and mention source code FYF14CNS

Offer Expires: December 31, 2014
(For a printable 10 and Under USTA Membership form, click here.)
 
FOR NEW 10 AND UNDER MEMBERS ONLY. Offer open to legal residents of the fifty (50) United States and D.C. Individuals must be aged ten (10) or under at time of enrollment to qualify. Individuals (and their parent(s)/legal guardian(s)) must agree to adhere to the Constitution, Bylaws and Rules and Regulations of the USTA (available on www.usta.com). To redeem by mail, download and print the enrollment form and mail completed form to the address noted on the form. All mail-in enrollment forms must be postmarked during the Offer Period. Allow 4-6 weeks for membership to become active. Regular price for one-year junior membership: $20. Terms of membership and benefits subject to change in the USTA's sole discretion. USTA Membership is not transferable. Visit www.usta.com/terms for membership terms and conditions. Offer sponsored by United States Tennis Association Incorporated, 70 West Red Oak Lane, White Plains, NY 10604. ©2013 United States Tennis Association Incorporated. All rights reserved.
 

USTA Rules for 10 and Under Tournaments Changed in 2012

The United States Tennis Association (USTA) announced on January 1, 2012 that the rules of tennis officially will be changed and require that 10 and Under Tennis tournaments be played utilizing smaller, lighter racquets and lower-bouncing balls on smaller courts. The change was adopted by the USTA in the summer 10 _ Under_Boy hitting_revof 2010.
 
This rule change signifies the emergence of 10 and Under Tennis as an integral part of the development of young players. The scaled-down equipment and smaller courts better allow kids to rally and play the game earlier in their development, and increase the likelihood that they will return to the court and continue to improve while having fun doing it.
 
In compliance and support of both the USTA and ITF rule change for 10 and Under Tennis, these rules will be implemented by the USTA Pacific Northwest Section for Jr. Champ and Challenger 10 and under division tournament competition.
Please click here to view the USTA/PNW rules and visit www.10andundertennis.com for more information.
 
 
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