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THE RITTER PARK TENNIS CENTER & THE GREATER HUNTINGTON PARK & RECREATION DISTRICT TO HOST A USTA FREE TENNIS PLAY
There will be thousands of tennis events throughout the country, each showcasing how fun and easy it now is for families to get into the sport, as well as providing a great way for parents to spend time with their kids while keeping them active.
FROM THE COUCH TO THE COURT! Bring the whole family and enjoy a free game of tennis at our beautiful 11 court facility! The kids will volley and play matches in a non-competitive atmosphere with our pros and learn some skills! Refreshments will be served and the kids will get a free prize for participation!
With tennis properly scaled for age, kids play on shorter courts, with smaller racquets, and slower, lower-bouncing balls. Kids are able to play tennis made just for them, so they have a great time with the game and want to keep playing and improving.
“USTA Free Tennis Play Events are a great opportunity to get kids active and to encourage them to lead a healthy lifestyle during National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month,” said Kurt Kamperman, USTA Chief Executive, Community Tennis. “In addition, these events provide a fantastic platform to showcase the fun and excitement of youth tennis, and will encourage families to get involved in the sport.”
To learn more about USTA Free Tennis Play Events, please visit www.youthtennis.com.