Montana 3V3 Junior Team Tennis

1 match. 2 Courts. 3 Players

Intro to JTT: Montana Junior Team Tennis emphasizes fun, fitness, and friends. The focus in this kind of play is on enjoying the exhilaration of exercise and refining the skills that make tennis fun for players at all ages and levels of competition. JTT is a 6-8 session spring/summer program for boys and girls ages 18 and Under.

USTA Montana’s JTT fee various by location.  There is an additional $4 processing fee added on during registration.  Scholarships available. A USTA MEMBERSHIP IS NOT REQUIRED; however, membership to the USTA has many benefits for players of all ages.

Bozeman JTT

When:  FRIDAY, JUNE 23 from 1-6pm
Where: Bozeman High School courts
Format: 3V3
Entry Deadline:  May 31st
Fee:  $14/player
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REGISTER HERE

Missoula JTT

2017 Schedule: Wednesdays, June 21- August 16 (excluding July 5) @ University of Montana

Ages 10 to 14: 4-5:30pm

Ages 14-18: 5:30-7pm

Register here!

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Billings JTT

2017 Schedule: Saturdays 8am-12pm, matches are held at Pioneer Park and/or MSU Billings

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Contact: Navin Marimuthu, navin.marimuthu@gmail.com, 406-670-9520

Session 1: June 10, 17, and 24 REGISTER

Session 2: July 1, 8, and 22 REGISTER

Session 3: July 29, August 5, August 12 REGISTER

How 3V3 Works

  • Doubles. Simultaneously (hence, 3V3).
  • 1 match. 2 courts. 3 players. Substitutes wait in between courts.
  • Players can “tag” in and out between games.
  • Kids play singles and doubles against multiple opponents.
  • Total games won decides who wins the team match.

 Team Composition

  • Mixed Gender Teams
  • Minimum of 3 players for each match
  • Recommended to have 4 or more players per team for substitution
  • Players must be able to serve, rally and score

Match/Scoring Format

  • 20 minute warm up followed by 1-hour and 10-minute timed match
  • No-add game format using the 15, 30, 40 scoring
  • Each court will have a continuous running game total (no definitive sets). For instance, a court total can be 11-4. At conclusion of match all games are tabulated to determine total.

General Philosophy/Miscellaneous

  • No limit to how many times a player can sub in and out of any particular court
  • Somewhat equal playing time is highly recommended for all teams
  • Coaching of players on bench and during change-over is allowed
  • All extra players must be on designated court benches (obviously showing good sportsmanship) just like World Team Tennis, Davis Cup/Fed Cup