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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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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

CHARLOTTE METRO USTA ADULT LEAGUE TEAMS TAKE STATE TITLES

Congratulations to the Charlotte Metro USTA Adult League State Champions! 28 teams representing Charlotte Metro advanced to compete at the 18, 40 and 55 & Over USTA North Carolina State Championships and five teams emerged as Champions. The 65 & Over state championships will be held October 15-17. Teams will go on to compete at Sectional Championships to be held in July, August and September. Click on Read More for a list of winners. Read More
 

JUNIOR TEAM TENNIS TEAMS COMPETING IN WILMINGTON

With the season officially closed, final standings for 2021 Spring Junior Team Tennis have been determined and winning teams announced. A total of 11 first/second place teams representing 8 play divisions - from 10U Beginner to 18U Intermediate, will advance to participate in the USTA Junior Team Tennis State Championships event being held in Wilmington July 16-18. Click on Read More to see the list of advancing teams. Read More
 

RECORD NUMBER OF REGISTRATIONS FOR CHARLOTTE PRO LEAGUE

The 2021 Charlotte Pro League kicked off this week with the player Draft on Sunday, followed by the Draft reveal on Monday. Both events were held at the site of our Presenting Sponsor, Town Brewing Co. With the highest number of registrations in the seventeen year history of the Pro League, 148 players were drafted to 8 men's teams and 4 women's teams. Join us for Opening Night on Thursday, June 17 at 7:00 PM when all team matches will be played at Olde Providence Racquet Club. Read More
 

THERE’S A PLACE FOR YOU AND YOUR GAME THIS SUMMER

Charlotte's summer USTA Leagues are just getting started with our traditional Mixed Doubles and Singles programs; and doubles play through the Charlotte USTA FLEX League. Players representing 4 public and 36 private facilities in the community are participating on 80 Mixed Doubles teams, 111 Singles teams and 98 FLEX League teams. Match play will run through mid-August culminating in local championship events for USTA Mixed Doubles and USTA NC Singles for advancement to the State Championships. Read More
 

CONGRATULATIONS TO CHARLOTTE METRO USTA ADULT SPRING LEAGUE CHAMPIONS

After an exciting spring season, the USTA Adult League concluded with local championship matches to determine which teams would advance to the USTA NC State Championships. A total of 36 teams will represent Charlotte at events being held in four locations through the state. Stayed tuned for results from the State Championships! Click on Read More for updates on winning teams. Read More
 

TENNIS ON TAP FOR PLAYERS AGE 21 TO 30

The Charlotte Tennis Association is serving up a new program for players age 21 to 30iish. This program is all about having fun, making new friends and improving your tennis game while you're at it! The early summer session of "Tennis on Tap" is underway at Alexander Street Park on Thursday evenings from 6:00 to 8:00 PM. You can sign up to join the action on one or more of the remaining three dates. Click on Read More for additional information and to register. Read More
 

JUNIOR TEAMS ARE BACK IN ACTION

Players age 6 to 18 are occupying the tennis courts at numerous facilities in Charlotte on Sunday afternoons. The Junior Team Tennis spring season kicked off this week with over 600 kids playing on 75 teams across eight divisions based on age and skill level. A big shout out to the coaches for their time and efforts to organize and manage teams and provide this fun team play opportunity. 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
 

2020 YEAR-END NTRP RATINGS

Given all of the impacts COVID-19 has had on play, the USTA has made the decision not to run or publish year-end NTRP ratings for 2020. Click on Read More to read a copy of the letter from the USTA, and to find the link to FAQs including information about what this means for your rating in 2021. Read More
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
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