Be a part of the action by joining the country's largest recreational tennis league – USTA League. Each year more than 325,000 players nationwide get on the court, have a good time, and step up their game.
2013 National USTA League Restructure
The National USTA League Committee approved an action to restructure the age grouping of the USTA League program starting in 2013. This will be a change from current age grouping of 18 and over, 50 and over, and 60 and over Divisions, to one of 18 and over (no change), 40 and over, and 55 and over and we will continue to offer the 70 and over division. For more information on this restructuring, click here.
Austin USTA League Tennis is team-based play. Leagues are organized into divisions comprised of teams with players in the same skill level (NTRP rating). Teams compete to win weekly matches, and the team with the most match wins in a season (Spring only) advances to sectional playoffs. Typically, there are two seasons per year - one in the Spring and one in the Fall. In a given match, players play individual singles or doubles matches (called "lines") and the team that wins the most lines wins the match. A line match is usually 2 sets with a first-to-10-by-2 tiebreaker played to decide the winner if the sets are split (Coman tiebreak). Each team has a captain/player that organizes the team and sets the lineup for matches. Players must be 18 years of age or older to participate in adult league play. To join in on the fun and competition, read more below about the USTA League that's right for you!
USTA League is the country's largest recreational tennis league, helping more than 325,000 players nationwide get on the court, have a good time, and step up their game.
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