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Why is it Important?
10 and Under Tennis using the QuickStart Tennis play format allows kids to rally and play real tennis shortly after picking up a racquet for the first time. And for the first time, kids can fall in love with tennis right away – a love that can last a lifetime. And what's more important than that?

Ways to bring 10 & Under Tennis to your Campus 

The Rules are Changing

In the beginning, you've got to make sure kids make contact with the ball; if they aren't making contact and rallying by an early age, they're not coming back. With 10 and Under Tennis using the QuickStart Tennis play format, you'll grow your programs faster than ever. When a child is hooked on the game at an early age, they'll keep coming back for more, and you'll have them for years into the future. With up to four to six 36' courts going at the same time on a 78' court, your revenue per court increases.

Maximize Revenue

With 10 and Under Tennis using the QuickStart Tennis play format, the math is simple: more happy kids = increased revenue for clubs and teaching pros. Multiple court configurations allow for as many as four to six courts in the space of a standard single court. That means more kids are playing instead of standing in line and waiting for a turn to hit. More kids are having more fun. More kids are learning to love the game. And more kids will be coming back for more tennis.

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