QuickStart Tennis System is available in 2 packs. Curriculum sold separately. Pack Options. Basic Pack. Includes: UltraNet Portable Net Systems (20’W), 4 Ea; Gopher Junior-Size Aluminum Tennis Racquets, 16 Ea; Training Balls, 60 Ea; QuickStart 36 Foam Balls, 12 Ea; QuickStart 36 Slow-Bounce Balls, 60 Ea; Caution Tape Roll, 1 Ea; Floor Tape Rolls, 2 Ea
Red 1. The first QuickStart stage is for beginners ages 3-6. Customized for the smallest players, it features a 36’ x 18’ court, large red foam/felt balls and 19” racquets. The balls bounce lower and travel less distance.
QCV Loaner Kit (pictured at left) contains 24 racquets, dozens of balls, a USTA School Tennis Curriculum Guide, a USTA QuickStart Tennis Recreational Guide, station signs, QuickStart tape and includes two portable 18-foot nets. Ongoing Support QCV wants PE teachers to be successful, so we provide whatever support they need.
In addition, the USTA offers assistance in obtaining equipment such as racquets, portable nets and balls to help bring 10 and Under Tennis programs to schools. For information on how to get 10 and Under Tennis equipment and qualify for equipment discounts and grants, please visit: 10andunderTennis.com/usta/equipment. TraINING FOr TEaCHErS
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• USTA Northern Community Tennis Grant (up to $3,000 award) priority consideration • Discount Equipment Program for non-profits, order sheets at www.usta.com/equipmentdiscounts • QuickStart Tennis Equipment Matching Grant (up to $300 match) • Discount t-shirt program for Organizational Members
The entire USTA School Tennis curriculum is dependent on using equipment that is developmentally appropriate for the beginning player. This includes utilizing modified, easy-bounce tennis balls and shorter, lighter racquets. Using the right equipment is paramount for
Our Foundation Tennis Programs follow the USTA QuickStart Tennis model. This program introduces children to tennis using equipment and courts designed specifically for their ability and age. As your child grows, so does the court and racket size. For more information, please click on the video below.
USTA Wheelchair Tennis Grassroots Grant. Every year, USTA Wheelchair Tennis provides grant assistance to organizations that promote and develop the growth of the game. The first USTA Wheelchair Tennis Grassroots Grants were awarded in 2008 and since then, the USTA has given more than $650,000 to wheelchair tennis programs across the country.
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