Junior tennis has massive developmental and psychological benefits and can help children grow in all sorts of ways. Here's what you can expect your child to developmentally and psychologically gain from playing tennis.
The recently released online platform "Net Generation" aims to help parents get their children involved in tennis. The website is owned by the United States Tennis Association (USTA). Here's everything parents need to know about Net Generation.
Getting your kids into tennis is the easy part. Children tend to fall in love with the sport shortly after being introduced. Just like other junior sports, however, external factors can lead to a loss of interest. One of the most common questions we receive, is "how to keep them interested?"
Is tennis truly safe for kids? Parents ask us this question all the time. Yes, tennis is a "non-contact sport" but are there other risks? Indeed, there are. Here's what safety concerns you need to be aware of, and how to address them.
Wondering when the appropriate time is to start tennis lessons for your child? We've created an informative guide to help you make the right decision based on age, maturity, and more. Read on to determine when your child should begin tennis lessons.
It can be difficult to pick the right outfits for your children's tennis practices. To help tennis parents like yourself, we have compiled a list of our top 7 kids' tennis clothes and outfits for both boys and girls.
Junior and adult players who are serious about tennis need to become acquainted with USTA Tennis Link. The online hub coordinates leagues, tournaments, and other tennis play opportunities. Here's everything you need to know about Tennis Link.
Parents often ask us about the Wilson Blade 25 Junior Tennis Racket. Hence, we created this comprehensive review. We'll go over the pros, cons, favorite features, and more. Learn about how it compares to other kids rackets, and if it's worth the price.
Which size tennis racket should you get for your child? Too large/heavy of a racket can lead to safety concerns, while too small of a racket can hinder their early tennis development. In this guide, we'll show you how to pick the correctly-sized tennis racket for your kid.
Many parents view the financial costs associated with tennis as a barrier to entry for getting their kids involved. Perceived high expenses shouldn't be a reason to not introduce your children to tennis. Here's how much tennis costs depending on location, coaching, and equipment.