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Our not-for-profit organization is dedicated to the USTA's mission "to promote and
develop the growth of tennis" throughout the Greater Charlotte community.

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North Carolina has eased restrictions, allowing tennis play to resume in accordance with criteria set by the county.
USTA has provided recommendations and resources for safe play, for players and facilities.
 
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At their Annual Meeting and Conference held in Austin, TX, the United States Tennis Association (USTA)
recently announced that the Charlotte Tennis Association was selected
as the Community Tennis Association (CTA) of the Year. 

Pictured above:
Eleanora Mauritson, USTA Awards Committee Chair;
Charlotte Tennis Association Executive Director Carla O'Connor
and USTA Chairman of the Board and President Patrick Galbraith

 » Latest CTA News

USTA LEAGUE PLAY RETURNS

We are excited to announce that we are resuming play! The USTA Southern Combo Doubles League season will begin the week of September 6. Registration is now open. All teams must be registered by the August 23 deadline. If you are interested in joining the fun by starting a team, captaining a team or playing on a team, click on "Read More," or click the USTA League Tennis menu option to the left for details. Read More
 

TENNIS...FOR THE HEALTH OF IT

Playing tennis is not only FUN, but it is proven that tennis can improve your balance, coordination, reaction time and agility; lead to stronger, healthier bones; lower risk of cardio vascular disease; reduce stress, etc. Click on Read More to view a video on the many health and fitness benefits that comes with participating in tennis. Read More
 

CTA BOARD OF DIRECTORS, PROGRAM COORDINATORS IN ACTION

Prior to their meeting held at Queens Sports Complex at Marion Diehl, Charlotte Tennis Association Board of Directors, staff and contractors had fun demonstrating their skills playing on the 36" courts using the red low compression balls and short racquets. The Smashers, captained by Vice President Pam Furr, proved to be too crafty for The Poachers, captained by President Joel Turner. Will there be a rematch? Read More
 

CTA PROVIDES SUPPORT FOR SCHOOLS

The CTA organizes free School Tennis Workshops and offers free tennis equipment loaner packages to help PE teachers, coaches and organizers implement tennis in school and after-school settings. CTA equipment packages include junior racquets, low compression balls, throw down lines and station signs to facilitate making tennis easy and fun. Using this equipment, tennis can be played in a gym, playground, or on any blacktop surface. Read More
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
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