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Our 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

USTA UPDATES PERTAINING TO COVID-19

USTA Sanctioned events are suspended through May 31. When the USTA and governmental bodies allow resumption of play, our goal is to coordinate with area facilities to arrange for court availability to complete the USTA Adult League program that was underway in the spring when play was suspended, and then offer additional programming as the calendar allows. Click on Read More for additional links and information. Read More
 

USTA ADULT LEAGUE OFF TO A WET, RAINY START

In spite of a very wet and rainy start, the Adult League season has kicked off with a record number of over 5,000 participants playing on 392 teams representing 42 Charlotte area tennis facilities! Team competition will run through late May, and culminate with championship events to advance teams to the State Championships. Registration for USTA Mixed Doubles and USTA NC Singles leagues will open April 1. Read More
 

2020 USTA LEAGUE CAPTAINS MEETINGS AND SPECIAL RECOGNITIONS

The CTA recently hosted two USTA League Captains Meetings where we showed our appreciation for individuals captaining teams this spring. We also recognized several 2019 team captains. Congratulations to Donna Mitchell who was selected as our Outstanding USTA League Captain of the Year! Thanks also to Jason Michael who captained 14 teams, Troy Young who captained 9 teams and Heather Phelps, Brad Smith, Katie Cronin, Mark Knowles, Misty Jones and Teresa Geyling, who each captained 6 teams. Read More
 

CHARLOTTE USTA LEAGUE OUTSTANDING FACILITY

At our recent USTA Adult League Captain's Meetings the Charlotte Tennis Association recognized Providence Plantation Racquet and Swim Club as the 2019 Outstanding USTA League Facility of the Year. In 2019 PPRSC hosted 13 teams across all four local USTA League programs, which was almost double over 2018. Looking back over the last 5 years they have increased almost 300%! Thank you, Providence Plantation Racquet and Swim Club, for your outstanding support of USTA League and CTA programs! Read More
 

2019 USTA NTRP RATINGS JUST RELEASED

The 2019 USTA League year wrapped up with a record number of over 11,700 registrations in Charlotte. Thanks to all players that participated, particularly all of our captains that worked hard for their teams. The 2019 year-end NTRP Ratings are now available and will go into effect on January 1, 2020 when registration for the Winter/Spring USTA Adult League opens. Let us know if you need assistance in forming teams or with team placements. Have questions? Click on Read More for more information. 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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