“WHAT IS USTA LEAGUE?” – It is the country’s largest recreational adult tennis league that helps players nationwide get on the court, have a great time, make new tennis friends, visit other tennis facilities, improve health and step up their game. The league is organized as competitive match play with teams made up of a minimum of five (5) to eight (8) players. Teams and matches are setup according to NTRP ratings so teammates and opponents will be on the same skill level. The competition is exciting, atmosphere is social and since players compete as teams, you have a built in cheering section.
“HOW COMPETITIVE IS IT?” – As competitive as you want it to be! If you just want to play regularly and have alot of fun, improve your game and meet new people, USTA league tennis hits the spot! USTA leagues are the only adult recreational tennis program in the country with a national championship. Play as hard as you want and aim for the local, state, regional and national championships. Go For It!
“HOW DOES IT WORK?” – Teams compete in different national age divisions: age 18 and over, age 40 and over. The 18’s and 40’s team formats feature singles and doubles (2 singles matches and 3 doubles matches) per team match. Mixed Doubles League is male/female players together on a team. Their combined rating is the skill level of the league, example – two 3.5 NTRP players would combine to make a 7.0 team. Players must be at least the age of the division in that calendar year.
Billie Jean King Tennis Center
The USTA LEAGUE teams at BJK compete in the USTA Beach Cities League or in the South Bay area. For more information, please contact tennis pro ABA VILLENA at firstname.lastname@example.org to sign-up or to form a NEW team.
El Dorado Park Tennis Center
The USTA LEAGUE teams at El Dorado Park compete in Orange County League. El Dorado is going strong and currently has several USTA LEAGUE teams currently competing on Friday, Saturday & Sunday.