Play USTA League Tennis - Steps to Take
USTA League, the country’s largest recreational tennis league, has more than 330,000 players nationwide competing in match play, meeting new people and enjoying the camaraderie of teammates in one of four national divisions (Adult, Senior, Super Senior and Mixed Doubles).
Play is based on the NTRP rating system so you will play with and against players of similar ability so even if you are new to the game or a former player, there’s a spot for you providing you are age 18 or older. USTA League also offers you and your teammates a chance to advance from local play to USTA League National Championship events.
As a USTA League player, you receive all the benefits of a USTA Membership, including early access to tickets, tennis publications and much more. Get started today!
How Does It Work?
Teams compete in four national divisions: Adult, Senior, Super Senior and Mixed Doubles. The format features singles and doubles matches for adult leagues, and three doubles matches for seniors, super seniors and mixed leagues.
USTA League is organized, competitive team play for women and men age 18 and older of all abilities and experience. Whether you're new to the game or a former college player, there's a spot for you. Teams are made up of a minimum of five to eight players depending upon division. So round up family, friends and co-workers to form a team – it’s easy and fun.
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 atmosphere is social, and since players compete on teams, you have a bulit-in cheering section.
- Find Your Division: USTA League participants can choose from any of four national divisions of play offering competition at the community, then Area Playoffs and/or Sectionals, and finally culminating at the National Championships. So find the division that suits you, grab your racket and take a swing.
- Find A Team: Form on-court partnerships and off-court friendships as part of a team with USTA League play. Tennis is the sport of a lifetime - share it with your peers and experience, as a group, the chance to be champions. Contact your Local League Coordinator.
- Register for a Team
- Find Your Local League Coordinator: Your local league coordinator is an essential resource for all information about USTA League programming within your area. Getting actively involved in the league that's right for you is often just a call or e-mail away.