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New York Junior Tennis League Spring Community Tennis locations

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Get your kids ready to make a racquet! It's tennis time in NYC. Next Monday (April 19) the New York Junior Tennis League (NYJTL)will begin its annual Spring Community Tennis Program by providing FREE tennis lessons, tennis equipment, competition and special field trips to children ages 6-18 throughout NYC.

The runs from April 19-June 27 with USTA-certified instructors. Don't worry about forking over for expensive equipment--there will be tennis racquets to use during program hours. Children can sign-up at any NYJTL program location during the season - there is no registration deadline. A parent or guardian must register in-person with their child at the location they choose to attend. Saturday program hours are available at eight Youth Tennis Center (YTC) locations. For a list of locations holding tennis lessons, visit www.nyjtl.org.

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