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USTA/ITA Campus Kids' Days Schedule
College tennis matches can be very exciting, and the USTA is working with the ITA and college coaches to find ways to expose college varsity tennis to more junior players. The USTA and ITA have announced a new program to increase this exposure: Campus Kids' Days
Across the country, each college coach will select a team match that junior players in the local community are encouraged to attend. The atmosphere should be great - in addition to the tennis, there will be free food, refreshments, and activities. There should be something for everyone.
Learn more about Campus Kids' Days here, and then check the schedule below to find matches in your area - or at a school that interests you. Just email the listed coach for more information.
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