We would like to take this opportunity to thank all of the USTA League Players during this unprecedented time. Please know that safety and health is first and foremost a concern which we take seriously.
As you know we are currently under a suspension until May 3rd. This is going to impact league play and state championships however the extent of that impact is still unknown. We will be updating our coordinators every step of the way and as soon as we have a solid plan to proceed, we will be communicating that with everyone.
We appreciate your patience and understanding and hope you all stay safe and healthy until we can all get back on the tennis courts where we very much desire to be!
USTA League Tennis is the world's largest recreational tennis league providing organized, structured team matches for all ability levels. Approximately 500,000 players compete nationwide, with over 124,000 adult and senior players coming from the USTA Southern Section alone. The program is open to women and men 18 years of age and older and features a local, state and sectional championship. The competitiveness of USTA League Tennis is a direct result of the NTRP (National Tennis Rating Program). Players enter the program by first signing up for a USTA membership and then going to TennisLink and filling out a self-rate questionnaire.
Whether you are a beginner or a more advanced player, this program has a spot for you. There is no better way to have fun, make friends and compete than USTA League.
USTA League is run by our Local League Coordinators with the overview of our State League Coordinators. For information about your local league, contact the Local League Coordinator and/or State League Coordinator in your area.
USTA league is the country's largest recreational tennis league with more than 300,000 players nationwide. If you are looking for some fun and competitive tennis, look no further!
The Team Managment tab will help provide you with some great tools for captains and players. You can also go to our Local League Information page for more information and downloads.
Handbook of Rules and Regulations for the 2020 League Season
All rules and regulations for local play.
Click on the link below to find your rating or put in your USTA number and then you will see a screen with your rating posted.
A medical appeal may be requested by a player for reconsideration of his/her NTRP rating based on a permanently disabling injury or illness that occurred after the last match player prior to most current year end NTRP rating level.
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