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USTA League Tennis is organized as competitive team match play. Teams are made up of a minimum of five to eight players depending upon division.
 
Teams and matches are set up according to NTRP ratings, so your teammates and opponents will be at your skill level. The competition is exciting, the atmoshpere is social, and since players compete on teams you have a built-in cheering section.

Who can play? - USTA League is for women and men age 18 and older of all abilities and experience.  Whether you're new to the game or a former player, there's a spot for you.
How does it work? - Teams compete in three national divisions: Adult, Senior, and Mixed Doubles.The format features singles and doubles matches for adult leagues, and three doubles matches for seniors and mixed leagues. 

Other League opportunities include Super Senior Doubles (age 60 and over), Mixed Senior (age 50 and over) and Combo Doubles, where the combined NTRP ratings of the doubles determine participation.
How competitive is it? - Do you have the desire to compete on a national level?  USTA League is the only adult recreational tennis program in the country with a national championship.  If you just want to play regularly, improve your game, or simply meet new people, USTA League can take you there too.  Make it your League.  Play as hard as you want!
 
Ask Aunt Sally
How high is too high when someone says the net's too high? When can you call a foot fault? 
What do you do when you have one of those tough tennis questions? Ask our own in-house expert, Aunt Sally.
Ask Aunt Sally at baird@ms.usta.com , or if you’d like, you can order 2012 Friend at Court, a comprehensive list of tennis rules, from USTA Middles States by calling 610-935-5000.
 
Share the Love Campaign - Calling all coaches, captains and coordinators! Help bring new adult players to USTA League Tennis and earn $200 in the process. Add six (6) new players to a new or existing team of any level that begins in the 2012 calendar year and you'll be eligible for a $200 incentive. Plus, you'll be entered into a drawing to win a trip for two (2) to the 2013 US Open.
 
 
Team Management on TennisLink - The newly-launched Team Management Tool (TMT) will make managing your tennis schedule easier, whether you are the captain or a team member.
LeagueIconLogoUSTA League Tennis is organized as competitive team match play. Teams are made up of a minimum of five to eight players depending upon division.
 

Teams and matches are set up according to NTRP ratings, so your teammates and opponents will be at your skill level. The competition is exciting, the atmoshpere is social, and since players compete on teams you have a built-in cheering section.

Who can play? - USTA League is for women and men age 18 and older of all abilities and experience.  Whether you're new to the game or a former player, there's a spot for you.

How does it work? - Teams compete in three national divisions: Adult, Senior, and Mixed Doubles.The format features singles and doubles matches for adult leagues, and three doubles matches for seniors and mixed leagues. 

Other League opportunities include Super Senior Doubles (age 60 and over), Mixed Senior (age 50 and over) and Combo Doubles, where the combined NTRP ratings of the doubles determine participation.

2013 League Restructure

How competitive is it? - Do you have the desire to compete on a national level?  USTA League is the only adult recreational tennis program in the country with a national championship.  If you just want to play regularly, improve your game, or simply meet new people, USTA League can take you there too.  Make it your League.  Play as hard as you want!

 

auntsallyiconAsk Aunt Sally
How high is too high when someone says the net's too high? When can you call a foot fault? 
What do you do when you have one of those tough tennis questions? Ask our own in-house expert, Aunt Sally.

Ask Aunt Sally at baird@ms.usta.com , or if you’d like, you can order 2012 Friend at Court, a comprehensive list of tennis rules, from USTA Middles States by calling 610-935-5000.

 

Share the Love Campaign - Calling all coaches, captains and coordinators! Help bring new SharetheLovelogoadult players to USTA League Tennis and earn $200 in the process. Add six (6) new players to a new or existing team of any level that begins in the 2012 calendar year and you'll be eligible for a $200 incentive. Plus, you'll be entered into a drawing to win a trip for two (2) to the 2013 US Open.

 

 

tennis_link_logoTeam Management on TennisLink - The newly-launched Team Management Tool (TMT) will make managing your tennis schedule easier, whether you are the captain or a team member.