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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

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 spring session of "Tennis on Tap" begins Thursday, March 25 at 6:00 PM and will run for six consecutive weeks at Veterans Park. Register and pay now to play all six Thursdays, or register each week as your schedule permits. 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
 

2021 USTA ADULT LEAGUE IS BACK AND GOING STRONG

It’s been one year since the league season abruptly stopped play due to the Covid Pandemic. Although still slightly affected, league play is going strong with over 4,500 registrations across 350 teams representing 39 Charlotte area tennis facilities! Team competition will run through late May, and culminate with local championship events to advance teams to the NC State Championships. Registration for Summer USTA Leagues will open April 1. Read More
 

BLACK HISTORY MONTH - USTA RECOGNIZING GAME-CHANGERS

In celebration of Black History Month, throughout February on USTA.com, the USTA will celebrate the long history of tennis in the U.S. by featuring contributions from African-American players, coaches, and administrators - some broke down barriers; many more have broken records. Every one of them have been an important pillar in strengthening our great game. Many have transcended the sport they helped to build to become true American icons. Read More
 

WINTER WARM-UP CHARLOTTE USTA FLEX LEAGUE

The inaugural season of the Charlotte USTA FLEX League has kicked off with over 250 players playing on 80 teams based on NTRP level. Teams are scheduled eight weekly doubles matches and are currently on track to complete the season in mid- February. Want to know more about the Charlotte USTA FLEX League? Click on Read More 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
 

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
 

APPLY NOW FOR THE CHARLOTTE TENNIS ASSOCIATION BOARD OF DIRECTORS

The Charlotte Tennis Association is seeking applications to fill positions on the Board of Directors. Our organization is looking for board members who will actively participate at board meetings and on committees to help carry out our mission as an organization to promote and develop the growth of tennis in the community. Please click on Read More for additional information about the CTA and to apply. Read More
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
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