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NYJTL offering free tennis instruction for city children

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The New York Junior Tennis League is offering free summer tennis instruction for New York City children ages 6 through 18 at schoolyards and tennis facilities in all five boroughs. The program begins July 1, and runs through Aug. 23. Children must register in person at each site, although there is no deadline to register.

The league provides the children with loaner rackets, balls and other tennis equipment. The youngsters who participate in the programs learn the game of tennis from trained tennis staff, ready and able to work with children at all levels of ability. To find the location nearest you, call 786-7110, Ext. 157.

The New York Junior Tennis League, established more than 30 years ago, is a non-profit organization founded in 1970 by Arthur Ashe. The League provides free tennis programs for New York City youngsters throughout the year.

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