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Charlotte Tennis Association

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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APPLY NOW FOR THE CHARLOTTE TENNIS ASSOCIATION BOARD OF DIRECTORS

The Charlotte Tennis Association ("CTA") is seeking applications for Board of Directors positions for the 2023-2025 term. The CTA is looking for board members who will actively participate at board meetings and on committees in the areas of adult and junior programming, tournament and event hosting, community engagement, fundraising and grants. For additional information about the Board and to apply, click on Read More. Read More
 

65 & OVER CHARLOTTE METRO TEAM TAKES SOUTHERN SECTION TITLE

Congratulations to Debbie Carmazzi’s 65 & Over 4.0 team, for winning the Sectional League Invitational in Dothan, AL! Debbie’s team is planning to complete in the National Invitational being held in Surprise, AZ in February. Read More
 

NINE TEAMS EMERGE AS SOUTHERN COMBO DOUBLES LEAGUE STATE CHAMPIONS

Congratulations to all the teams that won their local divisions to advance to the 2022 USTA Southern Combo Doubles League State Championships. The Charlotte Tennis Association was proud to send 32 teams to compete. Nine teams claimed championship titles and are advancing to compete in the USTA Southern Sectional Championships being held December 1-4 in Mobile, AL. Read More
 

USTA SOUTHERN COMBO DOUBLES LEAGUE UNDERWAY

The Combo Doubles League continues to grow with over 4,700 players, representing 40 public and private facilities, participating on 350 teams this fall. Team match play will occur through mid-October culminating in playoff events for advancement to the State Championships held over two weekends in Wilmington November 3-6 and November 10-13. Read More
 

CTA SUPPORT FOR WHEELCHAIR TENNIS PROGRAMMING

This past Saturday, over 80 players, including Charlotte Tennis Association Board members and Pro League players, participated in the Wheel Serve Fundraiser held at the Queens University tennis facility. The event consisted of six rounds of friendly up/down competition and an on-site silent auction. Wheel Serve raised funds to support wheelchair tennis programming across the state. Read More
 

CONGRATULATIONS CHARLOTTE AWARD RECIPIENTS

USTA North Carolina recognized individuals and organizations for their outstanding contributions in support of tennis programming in their communities, in our state, and beyond, at the Community Tennis Awards Luncheon held in Greensboro on Saturday, October 1. There were three award recipients from Charlotte - Myers Park Country Club, Robyn Haug and Carla O'Connor. Read More
 

KEEP ON PLAYING THROUGH USTA FLEX LEAGUE

Bridge the gap between fall and spring USTA League programming. The FLEX League program is fun and flexible, and it’s easy to form singles and/or doubles teams to and play out of private or public facilities. Registration opens on September 26 and runs November 6 through mid-January. Click on Read More for further details. Read More
 

THREE TEAMS ADVANCE TO USTA LEAGUE NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

Congratulations to Wendy Parker’s 18 & Over 4.5 team, Jonathan Edwards’ 18 & Over 5.0 team and Karen Foster’s 55 & Over 3.5 team for emerging as Sectional Champions and advancing to National Championships! The National Championships are being held over the next three weeks. Click on Read More for photos of the winning teams! Read More
 

BEST OF THE BEST PRO LEAGUE TEAMS

After an extremely competitive nine weeks of regular season play, and a three-week playoff event, the Architech Sports team captained by Stephen Woodall emerged as the Men's Division Champions; and the Meghan Rosenthal Art team captained by Kayla Braud claimed the Women's Division title. Click on Read More for details and photos. Read More
 

CONGRATULATIONS CHARLOTTE METRO USTA MIXED DOUBLES STATE CHAMPIONS

Ten teams representing Charlotte Metro advanced to compete at the USTA North Carolina State Championships which were held September 8-11 in Asheville. Three teams emerged as Champions and will advance to compete at Sectional Championships: 40 & Over 6.0 team captained by Wendy Solomon, 40 & Over 8.0 team captained by Wendy Parker and 65 & Over 7.0 captained by David Murch Elliot. Click on Read More for photos of the winning teams! Read More
 

USTA ADULT LEAGUE STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS HELD IN CHARLOTTE

On June 23-26, Charlotte welcomed over 900 players on 88 teams to compete in the 40 & Over USTA Adult League State Championships. Matches were scheduled on over 75 courts across nine area tennis facilities. Feedback from the Tournament staff and players has been extremely positive about their experience. Click on Read More for further details and how you can get involved for 2023. 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
 

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
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
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