In support of 10 and Under Tennis, both the International Tennis Federation and the USTA passed new rules governing play for the sport's youngest competitors. As of Jan. 1, 2012, all USTA-sanctioned events for 10-and-under competition are required to use a combination of slower-moving and lower-bouncing balls, shorter and lighter racquets, and shorter courts.
With more than 18 million children under the age of 10 in the U.S., getting more kids on the court and keeping them interested and invested in the game translates to big growth for tennis. If you're not offering 10 and Under Tennis, you may be missing out on a huge opportunity to grow both your business and the game.
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The ITF recommends you replace your Red, Orange and Green dot balls every 90 days.
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