Junior Tennis

2019 McDonald’s RJTC Series Standings

2019 McDonald’s RJTC Series Standings

The latest standings for the McDonald’s Richmond Jr. Circuit tournaments can be found here. Thank you to all the players who have competed in these events and good luck! »

2019 McDonald’s RJTC Tournaments Begin in May

2019 McDonald’s RJTC Tournaments Begin in May

The Richmond Junior Tennis Circuit (RJTC) is designed to make competitive play more accessible for our juniors. These tournaments are for non-ranked juniors playing bantam or intermediate tennis or looking to start playing L7 or L8 tournaments. These one-day tournaments will be held on Saturdays at clubs throughout the Richmond area. More information can be found here. 2019 RICHMOND JUNIOR CIRCUIT... »

Six are honored at Junior Awards Banquet

Six are honored at Junior Awards Banquet

Six of the most talented and eager-to-learn players in the area were honored March 6 at the Richmond Tennis Association’s annual Junior Awards Banquet at Willow Oaks Country Club.          The two most prestigious accolades went to Olivia Wright, who received the Ellen Smith Maloney award for the most improved female player, and Chase Robinson, who took home... »

Register Now for Spring Junior Team Tennis

Register Now for Spring Junior Team Tennis

Richmond Juniors of all ages and levels are encouraged to play Junior Team Tennis this Spring! The 12u-18u age groups offer the following divisions:*12 and under offers Beginner, Intermediate-Green dot ball, Intermediate and Advanced.*14 and under offers Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced.*18 and under offers Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced. Playing in the USTA Junior Team Tenn... »

2019 Spider Tennis Camps

2019 Spider Tennis Camps

University of Richmond is offering two weeks of summer tennis camps at the Westhampton College Tennis courts. The sessions will run June 17-20 & June 24-27. Camps are open to juniors ages 8-18. Get more information and register now. »

McDonald’s RJTC Masters Results

McDonald’s RJTC Masters Results

The Richmond Junior Tennis Circuit held it’s Masters Tournament on Aug. 18 at CCV.  The Masters is a tournament where the top 8 players in each age group are invited to a single elimination tournament to determine the winner of the Richmond Junior Circuit.  There were almost 300 different juniors playing in the 13 tournaments throughout the summer trying to earn enough points to qualify for ... »

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