Summer Tennis League RED DIVISION

Summer Tennis League Red Division

The Summer Tennis League Red Division is for children ages 7 thru 10 of all beginner experience levels. It is a great way for them to have fun with their friends while learning and improving their tennis skills.

Registration is TO OPEN APRIL 2020!

RED DIVISION: AGES 7-10

Grades 2-6
Monday & Wednesdays
5:30 to 7:30PM.

Starts July 6 thru August 12, 2020

2020 Program Dates

7/6, 7/8, 7/13, 7/15, 7/20, 7/22, 7/27, 7/29, 8/3, 8/5, 8/10, 8/12

*August 12th is RED DIVISION CHALLENGE DAY
@ HAUPPAUGE MIDDLE SCHOOL

Program Locations*

Northport HS, Commack HS, Hauppauge MS, Comsewogue HS, tennis courts.

Program Prices

6 Weeks: $195

Flexible registration for 5 weeks or less. You choose the dates.

5 weeks = $180.00
4 weeks = $170.00
3 weeks = $160.00
2 weeks = $125.00
1 week = $75.00
Try-It-Out = $60*

Registration price is for entire time and includes:

  • One SCJTL Team Shirt included in registration.
  • One SCJTL program commemorative medal registered player.

*Try-It-Out available after program starts. Does not include shirt/medal.

Registration continues throughout the program!

  • Last minute registrations are accepted.
    Register online and go your site ready to play.
  • Want to pay at the site?
    Enroll online and don’t pay online, instead bring payment in cash or check made to SCJTL and hand it to the Site Director when you arrive.

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FAQs

Click for answers to commonly asked questions. If you do not see what you are looking for, send us a quick email: scjtl@ariastennis.com

HAVE QUESTIONS?

Please contact us at:
SCJTL Programs: 631-590-5019
Email:

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Ages 7 to 10, New to advanced beginners, 2-hour sessions, Mondays and Wednesdays, up to 6 weeks.

Kids ages 7 thru 10 learn tennis using the USTA Net Generation 10UT Format. The SCJTL Summer Tennis League (STL) was one of the first 27 tennis programs in the country (since 2006) to use the USTA 10UT tennis to scale format. STL players learn tennis using the USTA  Net Generation 10 and Under Tennis (10UT) racquet and rally skill progressions & skill developing games including Site Team matches, doubles and singles.

  • 10UT Tennis Divisions • Red / Advanced Red Ball • Orange Ball / Court Format
    Kids ages 7 thru 10 learn tennis using the USTA 10UT Format using tennis to scale courts, balls, games and scoring.

  • Players learn racquet and rally skills using interactive progressions to develop essential ABC's (agility, balance, coordination) skills.

  • Players learn basics of tactics by playing games including singles and doubles, learn rules and age specific scoring.

  • Activities are age and skill level specific.

    • 3 age/skill groups:
      - 7 to 8 yo: Red / Advanced Red Ball/ 36 ft. court
      - 9 to 10 yo Orange Ball/ 60 ft. court.

    • Includes:

      • Tactical games

      • Singles and doubles.

      • Site Ladder matches

      • Site Team Matches.

      • Challenge Day Team Tournament Prep.

  • Site instructors are trained to coach and guide players through their experience.

  • Players registered for the Red Challenge represent their site as important members of the team.

  • Players learn basics of tennis tactics by playing games including singles and doubles, games including rules of tennis and age specific scoring.

  • Every STL Red Division player is placed on and treated as part of a tennis team.

  • Players whose registration includes Challenge Week represent their site as important members of their Site Team.

  • Players attending the Green Division Challenge will get to meet "Deuce" the mascot for the Suffolk County Tennis and Education Foundation.

Red Division Teams

Red Team 36: New players 7-8 yo. - Red Ball / 36 ft. court

Red Team 36 Adv.: Advance beginners - 7-8yo - Red Ball / 36ft court.

Orange Team 60: New players 9-10 yo. - Orange Ball Ball / 60 ft. court

Please note:
Players are grouped according to experience and skill level evaluated by Site Director.
Varying court sizes and balls may be used according to session teaching theme and objectives.
Friends can play in the same groups together, regardless of experience, managed by the Site Director!


Recreational Competition Activities Include:

  • Instruction: Racquet/ Rally Skills, Agility-Balance-Coordination, General Technique,
    Games: Tactical, Doubles, Singles.

  • Competition: Ladder Matches, Site Team Matches, Skills Standings

Registration Includes:

  • Team Shirt: 1 per registered player.

  • 1 SCJTL program commemorative medal included with registration.

  • Program tennis balls and training equipment.

  • Challenge Day Team Tournament Medals: Challenge Day placement medals for Red, Advanced Red, and Orange team members whose registration includes Challenge Week.

Players need:

    • Tennis racquet.
      Age specific beginner tennis racquets are available for purchase to STL program members only. May be purchased when registering and available for pick up at the Site for player's first day of program.
      Click here to go the SCJTL Equipment Site.

    • Sneakers, shorts, bring water, sunscreen and a smile.

    • Parent / assigned guardian for younger players may be requested expected to stay for full 2-hour session.
      Most parents can leave their players and pick up, on time, before the end of the session.
      Bathroom access not available at all sites.

STL Red Division Locations: (to be updated for 2020)

SCJTL Challenge Day!

SCJTL Red Division Challenge Day

Program culminating event for players whose registration includes Challenge Day.

Challenge Day is a Team Tournament event for Summer Tennis League, Red, Advanced Red, and Orange ball players. Everyone plays! Players will experience team competition for Challenge medals and Challenge Site Cup points against all other SCJTL Summer Tennis League sites.

Challenge Competition medals for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place.

Players will receive their SCJTL program medal at the end of the Challenge and receive SCJTL Program and Challenge Day medals distributed after the games.

Players will get to meet "Deuce", the mascot for the Suffolk County Tennis and Education Foundation

More tennis: Free USTA membership for 10 and Under Tennis players.

How to Register

Register By Mail

  1. Download Form
  2. Complete
  3. Mail


Register Online

  1. Login/Join
  2. Enroll
  3. Register

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