Spring 2020 registration is now closed.

Check out the 2020 JTT Division Schedules here.

How do I sign up? 

If you don't have a USTA membership or it needs to be renewed, proceed to the USTA website to purchase your membership first before returning back to this website and registering.  Click here for USTA membership information. (NOTE: As of 09/21/2020 USTA has removed the membership fee for JTT)

Register - Once you have the USTA membership number, registration is a 2-step process.
  • Step 1 - enter your information on the Abilene Tennis Association registration form by clicking here.
  • When the form is completed and you click submit, you will then be redirected to complete Step 2 on the USTA website which includes payment of $48.88. (NOTE: As of 09/21/2020 USTA has removed the membership fee for JTT)

Once you have paid, your coach or newly assigned coach will have your information and will be contacting you shortly before the start of the league.  If you need to enter a JNTRP (Junior National Tennis Rating Program) for the player, here are step by step JNTRP instructionsIt is very important you follow these instructions when entering the rating.  Here is information to help you select the player's Division.

If you have any questions about JTT, please contact Melinda Roberson at Abilenejtt@gmail.com or at (325) 669-3340.



What is JTT?

Come join a tennis team!  Junior Team Tennis (JTT) brings together boys and girls, ages 6 to 18, to play singles, doubles and mixed doubles against other coed teams.

Beyond being fun and a great form of exercise, Junior Team Tennis is a competitive, level-based environment that promotes individual growth, social growth and life skills.

You’ll not only develop knowledge of the rules of tennis, but you will also learn about unity, good sportsmanship and how to work together to achieve success. You’ll also learn that success isn’t just about winning; it’s about how you play the game and respond to challenges.

Parents can get involved in JTT, too. Nearly 100,000 kids nationwide play JTT annually, thanks to the parents who donate their time and talents. In fact, your parents can get involved today, whether they’re pros or if they’ve never picked up a racquet.

The ATA promotes good sportsmanship in its programs.  See JTT Abilene Good Sportsmanship Guidelines as well as the JTT Abilene Rules and Regs.