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  • Junior Tennis refers to tennis games where the participants are under the age of 18 and under the care of a parent or guardian. Some players who qualify as "junior tennis" players also play in main adult tours, though forms signed by their parent or guardian are required for this.
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Before They Play a Grand Slam: Parenting the Junior Tennis Player
Before They Play a Grand Slam: Parenting the Junior Tennis Player
Before They Play A Grand Slam: Parenting The Junior Tennis Player, is among the nation's leaders in providing tennis education to tennis parents, tennis coaches, and junior players. Learn valuable information from someone who has been there before and from many other reputable sources, too. Learn about everything from: How to buy a racquet, how to choose a tennis coach, importance of equipment, importance of nutrition, physical conditioning, traveling, sportsmanship, ways to save money, tennis academies, match toughness, pressure, the tournament experience, college, high school and junior tennis, professional tennis, and much, much more! Whether you are a tennis parent or soon-to-be one, having all the information at hand is priceless! About the Author David Wayne Britt was born October 1, 1975 in Charlotte, NC. David began playing tennis at the age of eight, inspired by his Dad. Throughout his junior tennis career, he played on a national level. He later went on to play at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where he was an ACC Champion and an ACC Finalist. David graduated with a Degree in Communication Studies from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and was an ACC-Scholar-Athlete. After college, David played on a professional level, playing Professional USTA Circuit Events and Professional Money Tournaments. David also played in one ATP event, The United States Men's Clay Courts. David is certified as a P-1 Professional by the USPTA and as a Specialist in Competitive Player Development by the USPTA and the USA Tennis Coaching Education Department. Today, an active entrepreneur, David is the co-founder and former co-owner of an internet company, part-time actor, tennis professional, and Founder and President of The Wondering Press. David and his wife reside in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Kristina Mladenovic
Kristina Mladenovic
Kristina Mladenovic, nee le 14 mai 1993 a Saint-Pol-sur-Mer, en France, est une joueuse de tennis franco-serbe, possedant la double nationalite comme ses parents (mais representant seulement la France pour sa pratique sportive). « Kiki », comme elle est surnommee[ref. necessaire], a affirme sa domination sur la categorie 13-14 ans en 2007. Double quart de finaliste des Petits As (2006, 2007), elle remporte son premier titre junior a Sfax (categorie Grade 3).
PingPongerz
PingPongerz
Neale and Jie2x versatility in playing table tennis proved their worth as a junior power!
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Raising Big Smiling Tennis Kids: A Complete Roadmap For Every Parent And Coach
Tennis offers your kid unparalleled opportunities - world travel, money for college, great careers. Plus: friendships, character and a lifetime of good health. But players sometimes suffer burnout, injury, money and family problems. This book shows how you can raise your tennis kid successfully, while avoiding the pitfalls. After all, your kid has afforded you one chance to get it right. Whether your kid is 2 or 18, Keith serves you chockfull practical and new ideas: * the best age to get your kid started in tennis * motivate kids to go back, practice after practice * save on lessons, find scholarships and sponsors * how to pursue a career in professional tennis * gain insight into tennis organizations and agents * have fun along the way at the best tennis camps and resorts. Whether you are a coach, a tennis playing parent or a parent curious about tennis, this book will empower you to raise kids who swing the tennis racket with as much aplomb as their happy smiles.

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