BCTA Tennis Coach Carol Molesky Leads Junior Team Tennis at Worldgate
Meet BCTA Tennis Pro – Carol Molesky
Carol currently teaches at Worldgate Sport and Health and coaches the girls’ varsity tennis coach at South Lakes High School in Reston. She has coached the girls’ varsity team for 5 years and was assistant coach to the boys’ varsity team for one year prior to that. Carol is currently coaching the Junior Team Tennis at Worldgate.
She currently plays in several competitive women’s USTA leagues in the local area for the Worldgate Sport & Health GWTA and NOVA teams. Molesky is certified and trained in the Coach Youth Tennis Program.
Blue Chip Junior Team Tennis
Junior Team Tennis has become a great way for players to get involved in matchplay and get a feel for the tournament scene. USTA Jr. Team Tennis is the largest junior tennis league in the USA with over 80,000 participants nation-wide. Players are able to develop their individual skills in a fun and competitive team atmosphere. The winning teams are able to advance from the local to district to section to national championships. Teams practice weekly where each practice focuses on a theme of the day (tactical, technical, mental, and physical) as well as structured match-play with supervised coaching.
Molesky Captains BCTA (Worldgate) Junior Team Tennis
Carol Molesky has been very involved with the Junior Team Tennis group where she coaches the practices and oversees the matches. Carol first began working with the JTT teams through Reston Tennis in 2014. While she was coaching the Girls’ Varsity Tennis team at one of the local high schools, she was frequently asked how girls and younger players could further develop their skills. Carol then started looking into local programs and found information on Junior Team Tennis where students of all ages could engage in matchplay.
“I love coaching the kids at all levels. I enjoy seeing them develop their skills and make even small achievements but mostly seeing them have while competing. Our JTT teams at Blue Chip are really having fun while developing their competitive skill sets.” – Carol Molesky