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  • Upcoming Events

​Junior Mini-Camp
Friday, December 29th 12:30 - 4:30pm
Competitive players ages 10-18

Youth Progression Tournament 10 & under

Jan. 6, 2018 - USTA members

USTA Level 4 Junior Doubles and Mixed Doubles Tourney

Jan. 12 - 14, 2018 - USTA members

Boys, Girls, Mixed 12,14, or 18 and under

​Youth Progression Tournament 10 & under
March 17, 2018 - Membership not required - USTA members
Tournament flyer

Tournament Results​​

USTA Level 4 Thanksgiving Singles Tournament

USTA Singles "Showdown" Level 5     ​
October 6th & 7th             
Results & Photos


Junior Group Lessons

Group lessons for junior members of all levels and ages are available after school and on weekends.  We maintain a student to instructor ratio of no more than 6:1, which allows our staff to give plenty of attention to each player on his or her court.

Adult Tennis

Participate in leagues, lessons, drills, and special events to enjoy and improve your game.

10 & Under Tennis

Membership is not required for our tots and beginners group or private classes. The USTA's 10 & under format provides the tools to help foster the growth of those skills in players as young as 4 and 5 years old. We're excited to offer USTA's concept of smaller courts, lower nets, shorter racquets and slower balls, as the cornerstone of our junior program.

​​​​​​​​Junior Leagues

Junior league play is offered for those junior members who wish to augment their group lessons with singles and doubles match play. Competitive play is the best way for players to improve their game. Leagues are available all year long. Winners and runner-ups of each league receive trophies.​

Junior InterClubs

 A great way to create more matches for our juniors,
 as well as to build camaraderie, is to play inter-club
 matches against clubs from around the state. We try
 to host or travel to another club on a monthly basis,
 and if we can't find an opponent, then we'll schedule
 an intra-club where we break our own kids into two
 groups and play against each other. Either way,
 it's always good competition and a fun time!


2018 USTA Sanctioned Tournament List

 Held at Cherokee for USTA members


Our objective is to help juniors develop their skills and begin competing as early as possible. Cherokee has earned a reputation for helping develop some of the best players in the state. We also put great effort into improving the play of our recreational juniors who get an early start in the game through the 10 and under program, junior lessons, and leagues.