8 and Under: Red Ball Tennis Midwest Levels Red Level Age Eligibility Any Player until the first day of the month of their 9th birthday. Tournament Formats Non‐Elimination Formats (e.g. Round Robin, Compass) ‐ Single Day Tournaments
The eight tournament is at the Mouratoglou Tennis Academy in Nice, France, during the month of November. The ninth tournament is the tournament of Rafa Nadal Academy by movistar. This tournament will be organized at the Rafa Nadal Academy at Mallorca, Spain, during the month of December.
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LTA Youth Competitions are for children aged 10 and under and is split into the following age groups: Red: 8 and under; Orange: 8 - 9 years old; Green: 9 - 10 years old ; LTA Youth Competitions age groups are aligned with the same competition seasons as Junior Tennis. A player's competition age is determined by their age on 31 December.
Mini Tennis TournamentJulian won the match 10-8
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ALL refers to the entire listing of tournaments on the USTA Tournament Searchable Schedule. b. SANCTIONED refers to tournaments that agree to follow USTA rules and regulations of play. These tournaments usually count for ranking. c. NON-SANCTIONED refers to tournaments that may not follow USTA rules and regulations of play.
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From January 2012, only the following ball types can be used in 10-and-under tennis competition. A Stage 3 (red) ball, which is recommended for play on a “red” court, by players aged up to 8 years, using a racket up to 23 inches (58.4cm) long. A Stage 2 (orange) ball, which is recommended for play on an “orange” court, by players aged 8 to 10 years, using a racket between 23 inches (58.4cm) and 25 inches (63.5cm) long.