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Move and groove with the latest collaboration from GoNoodle and Net Generation, “I Can Do That,” featuring US Open Champion Sloane Stephens.


Our friends at GoNoodle know how important it is to keep moving, so they’ve helped us develop a series of songs to get you and your family excited about tennis.


Through the partnership with GoNoodle and Net Generation, Official Youth Tennis of the USTA, we’ve already launched two songs and videos, “The Ball is in Your Court” and “Hit the Ball Y'all,” from GoNoodle’s popular group, Blazer Fresh. Viewed by over 10 million people, these videos are a fun and unique way to get kids up and moving at home or in the classroom, while inspiring creativity and individuality.




Sloane Stephens rocked the house at the 2019 Arthur Ashe Kids’ Day powered by Net Generation Stadium Show on Aug. 24th, performing with Arnstar from GoNoodle’s Blazer Fresh to premiere the latest hit, “I Can Do That.” Created to empower kids and foster confidence in our youth, this latest song aims to inspire all kids to get up and move.


August 24, 2019 - Sloane Stephens during the Arthur Ashe Kids' Day Show at the 2019 US Open. (Photo by Fernando Colon/USTA)


GoNoodle is a champion of the benefits of movement, both inside and outside of the classroom, and Blazer Fresh’s high-energy videos and catchy tunes are a perfect fit to help inspire young people through physical activity.


“Net Generation is all about making tennis approachable, accessible, adaptable and fun for kids,” said the USTA’s Chief Executive of Community Tennis Craig Morris. “We couldn’t think of a better partner than GoNoodle to help us with our mission and we’re excited to be a part of the movement.”


“The USTA is an incredible organization and GoNoodle is honored to be a partner in helping to ignite the next generation of tennis players” said GoNoodle’s Chief Executive Officer KC Estenson. “Our shared mission to get kids moving is introducing more children to the joys of tennis than ever before while connecting those kids to the brightest stars of the game today."