Adult Tennis





Get in The Tennis Game 


Get in the game as a USTA member. Connect with our nationwide community and unlock special benefits.


Find Local Tennis

Ready to get on court? The USTA offers a myriad of local play opportunities for adult players of every age and skill level.


From the practice court to game, set, match. You can play locally, regionally and nationally, and even represent the U.S. abroad.


Stay active, improve your tennis game, and have the chance to compete for a national championship with USTA League.

Adult Social Tennis


Adult social tennis provides casual play opportunities for every level of tennis player, from those new to tennis to those with years of experience. Whether you are looking for a multi-week program, a half-day event, or just an hour of fun to socialize with friends or meet new people, there is an adult social tennis program that fits your schedule.

USTA League


Organized into three age groups–18 & over, 40 & over and 55 & over–USTA League is the country’s largest adult competitive tennis league for players of all skill levels that begins locally and branches out nationally. 


After creating a USTA Account, new players can self-rate to obtain an NTRP rating. Once you have an NTRP rating, you are ready to find a league and start playing.

Adult USTA Tournaments


The USTA holds tournaments across the country for all ages and abilities, from local tournaments to national championships, on all surfaces.

Wheelchair Tennis


The USTA is dedicated to providing top-flight programming and developmental opportunities to wheelchair athletes of all ages and backgrounds. The USTA offers a wide variety of sectional and national wheelchair tournaments throughout the country, and gender-neutral divisions were unveiled in 2021 to promote level-based play for all competitors.

Adaptive Tennis


Tennis provides adults with cognitive and physical disabilities the benefits of improved hand-eye coordination, balance, mobility, strength and fitness. It builds self-confidence, social skills and functional independence. The sport offers inclusive opportunities for adults with disabilities and creates friendships for a lifetime.