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Adult Tennis

United States Tennis Association (USTA) League

The United States Tennis Association (USTA) leagues provide organized, structured team matches for all ability levels. The program, open to women and men 19 years of age and older, features a local, state and sectional championship and culminates in a national championship in each skill level (this description derived from the USTA website).

For more information, contact Jeff Burns via e-mail at jeffburns@knology.net or visit the Southern Section of the USTA. For scheduling information, visit Tennis Link on the USTA website.

For USTA Rules and Regulations, you can follow this link to assure your knowledge of the game. USTA RULES AND REGULATIONS

For USTA Guidelines and SELF RATING follow this link  NTRP Computer Ratings.

To self rate you must have a USTA account. Follow this link under “CREATE a USTA Account” Tennis Link

If you are interested in participating in USTA League (next season begins February 2014) contact Jeff Burns at (jeffburns@knology.net)

 

USTA Men and Women Beginner League

This league is designed for men and women who are new to tennis and who are at least 18 years old. The USTA has established the National Tennis Rating Program (NTRP) in order to classify players according to their ability so that league matches are more competitive and more fun. Any Women 2.0 to 2.5 level and Men 2.5 to 3.0 level, who are new to tennis and want to play with others at their skill level, need to sign up for this program. Don’t worry if you are not ready for leauge tennis, the whole idea is to have fun and learn to play matches.

What to do now? Email Stephen or Trish Kee at huntsvilletennis@gmail.com and indicate that you want to be contacted when teams form.

Men and Women Beginning Classes 2pm to 4pm for four Sundays

June 22nd, June 29th, July 6th and July 13th

 

Huntsville Women’s Tennis Association

The Huntsville Women’s Tennis Association welcomes players of all abilities. The only requirement for membership is a desire to play tennis. The association sponsors round robins, tournaments and leagues.  The association also holds social events. For information, contact HWTA president Karen Morris at (256) 682-6515 or (256) 772-0532 or email: kmmorris114@gmail.com.

For membership questions, contact Della Evans at (256) 683-3420 or (256) 881-8229 or e-mail: de60loveto_travel@yahoo.com.

For question or concerns regarding HWTA contact: HWTAcontact@gmail.com

HWTA 2014 Membership Form

HWTA Newsletter

 

Huntsville Industrial Tennis League (HITL)

HITL, the Huntsville Industrial Tennis League, is a local, non-profit, summer to fall tennis league in the Huntsville, Alabama area. HITL offers a unique playing format that stresses affordability, flexibility and competition.

For more information, visit hitl.org.

 

Huntsville Area Tennis Association (HATA)

Our organization is dedicated to the USTA’s mission “to promote and develop the growth of tennis” throughout our area. HATA is the support organization whose mission is to promote and increase participation in USTA programs and to unify Huntsville area tennis by supporting the programs of the individual tennis organizations in the area which contribute to our mission. These organizations include Huntsville Women’s Tennis Association, Space City Racquet Club, World Team Tennis (Huntsville Athletic Club), and the Huntsville Industrial Tennis League.  As an Umbrella Community Tennis Association, HATA obtains grants from the USTA, accepts donations, and raises funds to support the HATA mission. For more information visit our HATA website http://www.huntsville.usta.com.

 

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