Tennis at Home

TENNIS AT HOME

 

While you’re working hard to keep your family safe, the USTA and Net Generation are here to help you keep your children active.

 

Because even when schools are closed, there are plenty of ways to stay engaged while nurturing creativity and a love for learning.

 

We will be sharing tennis tips and fun activities to keep everyone in the family active and occupied. We’ll also be soon adding tennis-themed educational content from the USTA Foundation's Academic Creative Engagement (A.C.E.) Curriculum to make sure the learning, and the fun, doesn’t have to stop. 

 

If you would like to receive these updates via email, you can join us at Net Generation for free.

 

Show us how you're playing tennis and staying active at home. Share a video or photo and we might feature you here. Use #NetGeneration and tag @USTA in your post to Twitter or Instagram

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Tennis activity videos

TENNIS ACTIVITY VIDEOS

 

Even away from the court, you can learn and develop your tennis skills. Here are a series of videos to keep the rally going at home.

 

Tennis Activity Videos

VIDEOS FROM OUR PARTNERS AT GONOODLE

 

Our friends at GoNoodle know how important it is to keep moving, so they’ve helped us get you and your family moving at home with tennis!

Jump, Squat, Turn Around (featuring Madison Keys)

100 Fast Jumping Jacks (featuring the Bryan Brothers)

Fast Feet (featuring Madison Keys)

DRAWING CHALLENGE 

 

We want to see your tennis artwork! Check out each challenge and we may feature your drawings!

 

 

ACE CURRICULUM FROM THE USTA FOUNDATION 

 

The USTA Foundation's Academic Creative Engagement (A.C.E.) Curriculum includes tennis-themed education activities you can do at home to make sure the learning, and the fun, doesn’t have to stop.

 

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