East Valley Junior NET Tournaments
East Valley Tennis, LLC (Tom Kenney, Manager) rents the courts from Kiwanis Park and administers all tournaments. These NET tournaments were formerly played at Gene Autry Tennis Center in Mesa. Do not contact Kiwanis Park regarding these tournaments.
At Tempe's Kiwanis Park Tennis Center
Upcoming Tournament Dates:
NET tournaments offer players the opportunity to compete against players of their approximate ability within a maximum 3-hour time frame. NET tournaments “ignite” beginners and provide continued improvement through competition to the more advanced.
All registration is done online (no phone entries). Click here to register.
Play is at Tempe's Kiwanis Park Tennis Center, 6111 S. All-America Way, 85253 and satellite locations. Do not contact Kiwanis regarding these tournaments.
Registration deadline is always 9pm on the Monday prior to the tournament.
No refunds or transferring entry fees to future tournaments after Tuesday before the tournament.
Match schedule is posted online on the Wednesday evening before the tournament.
Fee is $21 per player, per tournament.
Missed the Entry Deadline?
If you missed the entry deadline, fill in the Missed Deadline contact form (link on the left side of the page) and we will contact you if we can get you in. If you get in, payment is due at the tournament by cash or check only (no charge cards.)
Tournament Contact: Tom Kenney, 480-202-5322 | MesaTennis@gmail.com
NET Tournaments are sponsored by
M & S Trophies & Engraving
6247 E. Main St. #12 (Mesa)
Your age on the tournament date determines your age division.
|10 and Under||This division is for players 10 and younger who can serve, keep score (no-ad) and sustain a short rally. Play is with the low compression orange ball on the 60’ court. 10’s in USTA tournaments use the low compression ball on the smaller court to help players progress with learning the correct technique and allows for a ball that bounces in their strike zone. Players should wear clothes with a pocket for the 2nd ball to avoid delays. 10 and under players should not play in 12’s until they have demonstrated through tournament play that they are clearly too strong for the 10’s. This is not a race to the green ball.|
(12s, 14s, 18s)
|Play is on full court using green dot balls which enable players to progress tactically and technically before advancing to the yellow ball. This is not a race to the yellow ball.|
(12s, 14s, 18s)
|12s use the green dot ball like they do in USTA tournaments and 14s and 18s use the yellow ball. 10 and under players should not play in 12 Intermediate group until they have demonstrated through tournament play that they are too strong for the 10s. Intermediates are generally not ready for USTA tournament play, but are past the novice stage.High school JV players would generally play in the Intermediates.|
(12s, 14s, 18s)
12s and 14s are skilled enough to play in USTA tournaments.
High school varsity players should generally play in the 18s Advanced Group.