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Adult League Offerings

 

Social Leagues

The Social League is created for non-traditional league formats and adds a social component to the game. Leagues consist of mixed ages, mixed genders, and mixed levels.

Current running leagues:

20 & UP Tennis League

Points & Pints

 

Adult 18 & Over

The Adult 18 & Over is our biggest league and allows any player who is 18 and over a chance to be a part of a team.

The division levels offered are 2.0-5.0+, with the 2.0 and 2.5 serving as the beginner level. The 5.0+ level allows two 5.5 players to join a team.

Team format of 2 lines of singles and 3 lines of doubles for team match in the 3.0-4.5 levels. 2.0, 2.5 and 5.0+ levels will be 1 singles and 2 lines of doubles. Local leagues may alter team format.

Local league winners in most divisions will have a chance to compete at state, section and/or even a national championship if the team qualifies.

 

Adult 40 & Over

The Adult 40 & Over is USTA’s newest age division and allows players 40 and over a chance to compete against players closer in age.

The division levels offered are 3.0-4.5+, with the 4.5+ allowing two 5.0 players to join the team.

Team format is 2 lines of singles and 3 lines of doubles.

Local league winners will have a chance to compete at state, section and/or even national championships if the team qualifies.

 

Adult 55 & Over

The Adult 55 & Over is a league offering for those players who are 55 years of age or older.

The division levels offered are 3.0-4.0 and 9.0 combined. The 9.0 combined offering allows 5.0 players to compete with a team.

Team format consists of 3 lines of doubles.

State, sectional and/or national championships are a part of this league if team qualifies.

 

Adult 65 & Over

The Adult 65 & Over is a Southern-recognized league comprised of players 65 years of age and older.

The division levels offered are 3.0-4.0 and 9.0 combined.

Team format is 3 lines of doubles.

Local league winners will have a chance to compete at state and/or a sectional championship! There is a national advancement for those who qualify.

 

Mixed Doubles

The Mixed Doubles is one of the most social USTA Leagues out there!

The Mixed 18 & Over consists of level offerings at 2.5 and combined 6.0, 7.0, 8.0, 9.0 and 10.0, which allows men and women players of different ratings to come together to form a doubles team. In addition, there is also a Mixed 40 & Over league at the 6.0-9.0 levels as well.

Team format is 3 lines of doubles.

The Mixed Doubles 18 & Over and 40 & Over leagues allow teams an opportunity to advance to a state, sectional and/or national championship for teams that qualify.

Some state offer a Mixed 55 & Over league at the 6.0-9.0 levels. For states that host state championships, those teams can qualify for the sectional invitational.

 

Combo Doubles

The Combo Doubles League is one of the fastest-growing leagues within USTA Southern. This friendly format allows friends, family and co-workers to combine their levels to play on a team together.

Combo Doubles 18 & Over offerings are 2.5 and combined 5.5, 6.5, 7.5, 8.5 and 9.5. in addition, USTA Southern offers Combo Doubles 40 & Over at the 5.5, 6.5, 7.5 and 8.5 leavels and Combo Doubles 55 & Over at the 6.5, 7.5, and 8.5 levels.

Team format is 3 lines of doubles for men and women.

State and sectional opportunities are available, too, for those teams that qualify.

 

Tri-Level

The Tri-Level League offers less populated areas the opportunity to participate in League Tennis by allowing players of different NTRP ratings to form a team. For example, individual 3.5, 4.0 and 4.5 teams would play on the same team.

The division levels offered in most states are 3.5, 4.0, 4.5 and 3.0, 3.5 and 4.0.

Team format is 3 lines of doubles for men and women.

In most states, a state championship will follow for those teams that qualify. The next step for those teams would be the sectional invitational.

 

 
 
 
 
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