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    USTA Mixed Doubles League

    The USTA North Carolina Mixed Doubles Tennis League is a co-ed team format league where 12-15 players comprise a team. The following NTRP levels are offered: 5.5, 6.0, 7.0, 8.0, and 9.0 (at each age bracket: 18+; 40+ & 55+). (There may not be a spread of NTRP level greater than 1.0 between players on any given court). In each team match, three courts of doubles are played. Players must be at least 18 years of age and have a valid USTA Membership.

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    Smash Cancer

    Play Singles, Doubles or Mixed Doubles while supporting a worthy cause and remember if you get 5 or more of your teammates to play you can play conflicting league matches as a rain make up. Sign up, contact your opposing captains and play those courts early so you can enjoy the fun tennis, food and beverages! Details at www.smashcancer.org

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    Junior Team Tennis (JTT)

    Jr Team Tennis (JTT) is a fun, competitive tennis league for youth tennis players (6-18 years old) from beginner through advanced level players.

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    Try Tennis

    Try Tennis is fun!

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South East Tennis players may also follow these guidelines, however, let's be careful. Also, If any facility has a wear your mask while not playing rule, please abide by their facility rule. Thank you so much. We so want our South East Tennis USTA league players to be healthy!As we move forward, observing Governor Cooper’s Executive Order No. 209 effective Friday April 30, 2021 at 5pm, USTA North Carolina will not require masking during our outdoor events and tournaments. Masks are still recommended outdoors for those who are not fully vaccinated. Social distancing, handwashing and hand sanitizing regularly are still required. Thank you all as we see our way forward. ... See MoreSee Less

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