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The country’s largest competitive tennis league, USTA League Tennis provides organized competitive team matches for players of all ability levels.  The Phoenix area offers Adult, Senior, Super Senior and Mixed Leagues.  For information on any league, call or email Leslee Baska for East Valley at evleagues@phoenixtennis.com, 480-639-6703 or call or email Gary Blandino for West Valley at wvleagues@phoenixtennis.com 480-639-6702.

League play lets you experience team camaraderie and gives you the opportunity to meet new people in your area as well as in other parts of the country.  Keep practicing, keep winning, and you may travel beyond your local league and compete in area, sectional, and national championships.

Every League team member must be a member of the United States Tennis Association (USTA), and must have a National Tennis Rating Program (NTRP) rating.  Team Captains and players must register in Tennislink.  There is a local league fee for each League in which you play.  Team Captain’s entry fee is FREE!!

USTA LEAGUE TENNIS FOR ADULTS - Players must be 18 years old or over in the current year. 

ADULT 5 COURT LEAGUE - Levels of play are Women’s and Men’s 2.5, 3.0, 3.5, 4.0, 4.5, 5.0.  Winning teams at the local level advance to a District Championship.  Area winners advance to the Sectional Championships.  Sectional winners advance to the National Championship.  Open division winners advance to a separate Invitational Open Tournament.                                                                    

Click here for the 2010 USTA Central Arizona Adult League Schedule.

USTA LEAGUE TENNIS FOR MIXED DOUBLES - Players must be 18 years old or over in the current year.  Levels of play - 6.0, 7.0, 8.0, 9.0 - are determined by combining the NTRP levels of each player.  For example, a 4.0 woman and a 4.0 man would play together in the 8.0 league.  Or, a 3.5 player could play with a 4.5 player in the same 8.0 league.  A team match consists of three mixed doubles.  Winning teams at the local level advance to a District Championship.  Area winners advance to the Sectional Championship and Sectional winners to the National Championship.                                         

Click here for the 2010 USTA Central Arizona MIXED DOUBLES LEAGUE SCHEDULE.

USTA LEAGUE TENNIS FOR SENIORS - Players must be 50 years old or over in the current year.  Weekly team matches consist of three doubles matches per team.  Levels of play are Women’s and Men’s 3.0, 3.5, 4.0 and 4.5.  Winning teams at the local level advance to a District Championships.  District winners advance to the Sectional Championships.  Sectional winners advance to the National Championships. 

Click here for the 2010 USTA Central Arizona SENIOR LEAGUE SCHEDULE.

USTA LEAGUE TENNIS FOR SUPER SENIORS - Each team match consists of three doubles matches for players over 60 years of age.  Levels of play are Women’s and Men’s 7.0, 8.0 and 9.0 levels.  Winning teams at the local level advance to a District Championship.  Area winners advance to the Sectional Championships.  Sectional winners advance to the National Championships.                                              

Click here for the 2010 USTA Central Arizona Super Senior League Schedule.

USTA LEAGUE TENNIS MIXED SENIORS – Players must be 50 years old or over in the current year. Weekly team matches consist of three doubles matches per team. Levels of play are 6.0, 7.0, 8.0 and 9.0. Combined NTRP ratings are used, but cannot exceed 1 point between the pair. For example, a 3.0 woman and a 4.0 man can make up a 7.0 team. However, a 2.5 and 4.5 player would not be an eligible pair because they have more than 1 NTRP point of rating differential. Winning teams at the local level advance to the District Championships. Area winners advance to the Sectional Championship and Sectional winners advance to the Nationals.

Click here for the 2010 USTA Central Arizona Senior League Mixed Schedule

USTA LEAGUE TENNIS MIXED SUPER SENIORS – Players must be 60 years old or over in the current year. Weekly team matches consist of three doubles matches per team. Levels of play are 6.0, 7.0, 8.0 and 9.0. Combined NTRP ratings are used, but cannot exceed 1 point between the pair. For example, a 3.0 woman and a 4.0 man can make up a 7.0 team. However, a 2.5 and 4.5 player would not be an eligible pair because they have more than 1 NTRP point of rating differential. Winning teams at the local level advance to the District Championships. Area winners advance to the Sectional Championship and Sectional winners advance to the Nationals.

Click here for the 2010 USTA Central Arizona Super Senior League Mixed Schedule

 


 

USTA League Reference Guides now available:
Click here for the 2008 USTA League Sectional and National Championships Schedule
New Captain and Player Guide to USTA Leagues and TennisLink
Click here for a list of Frequently Asked Questions
Local League Rules and Regulations
Local League Frequently Asked Questions
Find your suggested NTRP level
2009 USTA League Regulations
2009 Match Requirements To Advance

For more USTA League Information in USTA Central Arizona call 480-639-6700 or email russell@PhoenixTennis.com.

 

 
 


 
 
 
 
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