to clear each level in their progression ball color. They can complete each mission by collecting participation stars and trophies based on their results. Levels: Orange Level 2, Orange Level 1, Green Level 1 (Tournaments and JTT) How to Clear a Level: • A player needs 1000 points to clear a level. • 1 star=50 points, 1 trophy=50 points. • A combination of 20 stars and or
GREEN LEVEL 1.0 (10+ yrs and adults) Players learn to serve, rally, score, and play at net in singles and doubles on a regulation sized court with a low-compression transition ball. Lessons take players through a progression of skill building activities that speed learning. GREEN LEVEL 1.5 (10+ yrs and adults)
There are three stages of Tennis10s that allow players to start at the suitable level for their ability - Red (Stage 3), Orange (Stage 2) and Green (Stage 1). As the player develops and they develop their technical and tactical competences, they will progress from stage to stage. The following table details the three stages of Tennis10s: Stage /. Age.
Green Ball Progression Level 1: • Participation in any green youth progression tournament: 2 stars • Complete a season of 10U Junior Team Tennis: 3 stars • Win any green youth progression tournament: 2 trophies • Finalist in any green youth progression tournament: 1 trophy Junior Team Tennis
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10 and Under: Green Ball Tennis Midwest Levels USTA/Midwest Section Level 1‐5 Age Eligibility Any Player until the first day of the month of their 11th birthday (who has advanced from Orange Ball Tennis). Tournament Formats A variety of tournament formats will be used.
GREEN tennis ball. No national points & No Section endorsement. 29” or less. Yes Entry Level BG12 L3 Eastern UPs Round Robin or First Round Match Consolation. Regular court size. GREEN tennis ball. No Entry Level BG14 -18 L3 Eastern UPs Entry level round robin using regular court size. YELLOW tennis ball. Once a player wins two (2) sanctioned
If a player aged 7 and over has been given Orange Level 1 or Green Level 2 or Green Level 1 by their coach it will be sent to USTA’s data platform and will convert the player’s competition level to green ball. Players aged 6 and under are not eligible to be given the green competition level.
Foundations of Coaching. PTR's Level 1 Instructor Certification is designed as the starting point for part-time coaches, volunteer coaches, new professionals and college players. This is the ideal course for coaches working under a program director assisting in the delivery of sessions. The PTR Level 1 Certified Tennis Instructor course is your entry point for coaches looking for a foundation and to develop essential coaching fundamentals.
10 and Under Junior Team Tennis (JTT) is offered in two divisions: Orange and Green. Typically JTT events for the age group are held over one day, but some regions offer leagues with multiple dates. Players receive Net Generation PlayTracker "play points" for participating in any JTT team event and "win points" after a victory at the green level.