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 and over 13,000 players in Alabama. The program is open to women and men 19 years of age and older and features a local, state and sectional championship and culminates in a national championship in each skill level (NTRP levels 2.5 - 5.0).
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 Tennis.
Local League Coordinators
Adult League committee
Championship Dates for 2016 (UPDATED as of 11/16/2015)!
2016 40 & Over Champions Photos - Auburn
2016 40 & Over Champions Photos - Pelham
2016 55 & Over Champions Photos
2015 40 & Over Champions Photos - Auburn
2015 40 & Over Champions Photos - Pelham
2015 55 & Over Champions Photos
2015 65 & Over Champions Photos
USTA League Regulations
NEW 2017 Regulation
2017 Championship Year Early Start Leagues
The USTA National Adult League Committee approved a regulation change that will affect all Early Start Leagues beginning with all leagues registering for the 2017 Championship Year. An Early Start League is any league that begins in the current calendar year, but is playing for the next championship year.
Early Start League Ratings will no longer be published, which means players will always register with their most recent valid computer year-end rating or their current self-rating.
Should you have any further questions about this regulation change, please contact the USTA Alabama office (205-995-2280) and speak with Jerrie Burns (firstname.lastname@example.org) or contact Ruth A. Bendall (205-541-1397 or email@example.com).
2016 USTA League National, Southern, and Alabama Regulations as of 2/25/2016
Local Grievance Forms
Protocol for filing a Self Rate NTRP Grievance
Experienced self rate guidelines
NTRP Frequently Asked Questions
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