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Whether you are a beginner or tournament player, there are many opportunities to maintain a healthy and fit lifestyle while enjoying tennis with your friends. You can “Get In The Game” from the following providers and programs:


10Utennis10 & Under Tennis

The game of tennis has been right-sized for those who are 10 & under - smaller court sizes, smaller racquets, slower balls, and a focus on having fun. Developing active and healthy life styles at an early age in Manitowoc County is a goal of the MCTA and include lessons and even tournaments.

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YMCAManitowoc – Two Rivers YMCA

The Manitowoc-Two Rivers Y has the only indoor tennis facility in the county and it’s a great place for kids to learn the game. There is a variety of programming options available on their three indoor courts – Leagues, private and group lessons. Non-Y members may use the courts when accompanied by a Y member and a day pass.
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PArksParks & Recreation Programs

Summertime is a great time for youth tennis and there are tennis programs throughout the county to help both beginners and more advanced junior players. Check with your local city parks and recreation department for opportunities near you.




JTTactionUSTA Junior Team Tennis

In USTA Junior Team Tennis, the team concept emphasizes fun, fitness, and friends.  The focus in this kind of play is on enjoying the exhilaration of exercise and refining the skills that make tennis fun for players at all ages and levels of competition.

USTA Junior Team Tennis is a multi-week program of team practice and match play for boys and girls, ages 6 to 18, who want to play tennis on teams. Teams are comprised of players of similar age and skill, and they compete against other teams from the same geographic region in one of four league divisions: 10 & under, 12 & under, 14 & under or 18 & under.


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