Sports Tennis Juniors
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This category includes sites about up-and-coming junior players, and information of interest to junior players in general. "Juniors" are normally players aged 18 and under, although some juniors make the leap to professional ranks at an earlier age in their career.

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Ariel Mini Tennis
Lawn Tennis Association programme to introduce 4-10 year olds to the game of tennis. Offers details on local venues, news, games and information for parents, teachers and coaches in England, Scotland and Wales.
Austin Tennis Academy
Program for junior tennis players who aspire to achieve excellence through tennis – provides information on coaches, activities and resources for interested young players and parents.
College And Junior Tennis
Results, rankings, and news from college tennis and junior tennis. USTA National and ITF Grand Slam junior tournaments, plus ITA Intercollegiate rankings, All-Americans, CAJA, NJCAA, NAIA, and NCAA Championships.
ITF Juniors
Guide to the junior tennis circuit, by the ITF, world governing body of tennis. Tournament calendar, rankings, and player profiles.
National High School Tennis All American Tennis Foundation
Tournaments, foundations, sponsorships, and links list.
St Peter's Grand Slam Tennis Camp
A junior and adult tennis camp for all ages and levels in Southern Maine.
US High School Tennis Association
US-wide association for high school tennis coaches and players. Monthly magazine with articles on coaching, drills, mechanics, and tactics. Book, video, equipment discounts. Liability insurance and coaches discussion area.
USTA Boys' Tennis National Championships
A hard court tournament for boys 18 and under in the United States. Tickets, players, history, results, and news items.
ZooTennis
A weblog with original coverage and links to other coverage of junior tennis, especially in the United States.

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