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USTA Leagues

Join a Team this Season

USTA League tennis is a great way to get out on the courts and meet and play with people of the same skill level. Whether you are new to tennis, an advanced player, or somewhere in between there’s a team for you.

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  • Penn Pals - Summer Session
    Penn Pals - Summer Session
    Been on a tennis hiatus or just looking to hit with like level beginner tennis players? Did you finish Try Tennis or Try Play and looking to get in some match play in a friendly format. Then play in our Penn Pals league!
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  • 2024 Althea Gibson Memorial Tournament
    2024 Althea Gibson Memorial Tournament
    It's that time of year again! Come out and join us for the 5th Annual Althea Gibson Memorial Tournament. This tournament not only honors the legacy of tennis trailblazer Althea Gibson, but it also serves as a reminder of our commitment to inclusiveness in the Durham tennis community.
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  • 2024 USTA Mixed Doubles
    2024 USTA Mixed Doubles
    USTA League tennis is a great way to get out on the courts, meet & play with people of your same skill level. Whether you are new to tennis, an advanced player, or somewhere in between there’s a team for you. Mixed doubles leagues take place from May to July.
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  • 2024 USTA Adult Singles
    2024 USTA Adult Singles
    USTA League tennis is a great way to get out on the courts, meet & play with people of your same skill level. Whether you are new to tennis, an advanced player, or somewhere in between there’s a team for you. Summer singles leagues take place from May to July.
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  • 2024 USTA Southern Tri-Level
    2024 USTA Southern Tri-Level
    USTA League tennis is a great way to get out on the courts, meet & play with people of your same skill level. Whether you are new to tennis, an advanced player, or somewhere in between there’s a team for you. Tri-level leagues take place from May to July.
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  • Try Play
    Try Play
    The next step for tennis instruction after Try Tennis.
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  • Try Tennis
    Try Tennis
    Get off the couch and get on the courts! Tennis instruction program for beginner tennis players!
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How does it work?

Teams compete locally and can progress to State, Sectional, & National championship play. Visit the NC Tennis website for details on state tournaments.

Leagues are organized for a variety of different skill levels, determined using the NTRP Rating system. If you are not rated (NTRP), please visit Tennislink and use the self-rating tool.  The self-rating process is free and takes less than 10 minutes to complete.

To learn more about USTA Leagues, check out our USTA Player Resources. Here you can find everything you might need to participate as a captain or a player, including registration instructions, league start and end dates, regulations, and more.

If you are interested in joining a USTA League, but you need help finding a team, just submit the Need A Team form. Players submitting this form will be added to the league’s Available Player List. By submitting the Need A Team form you are agreeing to have your contact information published.

What kind of USTA Leagues are there?

Leagues
Courts
USTA Adult League 40 & Over; 3.0, 3.5, 4.0 and 4.5
1 Singles, 3 Doubles
USTA Adult League 40 & Over 2.5, 5.0
3 Doubles
USTA Adult League 18 & Over; 2.5, 5.0 and 5.5
1 Singles, 2 Doubles
USTA Adult League 55 & Over and 65 & Over
3 Doubles
USTA Mixed Doubles League
3 Doubles
USTA NC Singles League
3 Singles
USTA Southern Combo Doubles League
3 Doubles
Tri-Level League
3 Doubles
USTA Adult League: 18 & Over; 3.0, 3.5, 4.0 and 4.5
2 Singles, 3 Doubles
How does it work?
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