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AChildren can begin to develop the skills necessary to play tennis during infancy as they develop agility, balance and coordination. Playing tennis, however, requires complex motor skills involving movement, tracking and timing. Children will do best when introduced to tennis after they have learned to throw and catch a ball, so that all of those activities involving sending and receiving a ball are excellent. Our Junior Academy Program adheres to the new rules implemented by the USTA for the players these rules affect. Players 10 and under are introduced to the game by using slower low compression balls and a shorter court.