Fall Junior Team Tennis info

Lebsack 2023 Fall JTT: August 22 - October 7

Team practices are held at Lebsack on Tuesdays & Thursdays. Please check specific team info for practice times. Matches are played on Saturdays.

$275 (includes CTA registration fee).

Program details:

7 weeks. Registration is open!

14 hour-long practices held Tuesday & Thursday nights. See below for practice schedule.

7 match days. Matches are played Saturday afternoons and consist of one singles line and one doubles line. See below for match times (opponents and location TBD).

2023 Lebsack Fall JTT Tuesday & Thursday practice times:

10 & Under 4:30-5:30 pm

12 & Under: 5:30-6:30 pm

14 & under: 6:30-7:30 pm

18 & Under: 7:30-8:30 pm

2023 Lebsack Fall JTT Saturday match times:

10 & Under 2:00-3:30 pm

12 & Under: 3:30-5:00 pm

14 & Under: 2:00-3:30 pm

18 & Under: 3:30-5:00 pm

Each age group is capped at 12 players total. Teams will consist of 4 players, ensuring at least 5 matches per player.

More info will be emailed and posted as we get closer to the start of the season. Stay tuned!

Summer JTT General Info:

All general JTT info can be found on Colorado Tennis Association's website:


USTA Junior Team Tennis is an age- and level-based competitive tennis league that promotes sportsmanship, teamwork, and individual development on- and off-court. The Colorado JTT program follows national guidelines:

10 & Under: orange balls

12 & Under: green balls

Ages 13-18: yellow balls

To participate in Lebsack’s 2023 Junior Team Tennis program, simply register your child for the age-appropriate section. Rosters will then be arranged according to a combination of player/parent preference (i.e. a group of friends/schoolmates of similar ability/age may request to be on the same team), and demonstrated tennis skill and experience.

Levels will be determined using the following criteria:


  • General Experience - Prior match experience including JTT & some challenger tournaments.
  • Game Strategy - Lacks shot anticipation on returns and therefore can only react.
  • Movement & Footwork - Lacks ability to anticipate and therefore has difficulty covering the court. Limited footwork.    
  • Ball Control & Placement - Consistent when hitting medium paced shots but lacks execution when trying for directional control, depth or power.
  • Strokes - Not comfortable with all strokes including volleys, lobs, overheads and approach shots.
  • Net Play - Can volley slower paced balls on both forehand and backhand side.
  • Serve - (5 out of 10 times). Limited double-faults.
  • Consistency - Fairly consistent hitting medium paced shots within reach. Difficulty ending points.


  • General Experience - Extensive match experience and some success with challenger tournaments.
  • Game Strategy - Has an idea of what game strategy to use but lacks ability to fully execute game plan.
  • Movement & Footwork - Can cover the court well but may make errors because of timing and footwork.    
  • Ball Control & Placement - Improved stroke dependability with directional control on moderate shots.
  • Strokes - Comfortable with all strokes. Player needs to improve control of height, depth, direction and speed.
  • Net Play - Can volley medium paced balls and return with directional intent.
  • Serve - Player is developing more spin and power on the first serve and seldom double-faults.
  • (7 out of 10 times)
  • Consistency - Consistent hitting medium paced shots but may error when opponent uses varying pace, depth and spins.