Midwest / Central Indiana

Adult League

About USTA League in Central Indiana

USTA League is the country's largest recreational tennis league, helping more than 800,000 participants nationwide get on the court, have a good time, and step up their game. The league is organized as competitive team match play. Teams are made up of a minimum of five to eight players depending upon division. Teams and matches are set up according to NTRP ratings, so your teammates and opponents will be at your skill level. The competition is exciting, the atmosphere is social, and since players compete on teams, you have a built-in cheering section.


View our geographic area map here.

Click here to view information on local league play in Indianapolis.


Interested in playing in this area? Contact District League Coordinator, Karen Griffiths.


  • Click here to visit the IU Tennis Center's website.
  • Click here to visit the Russell Road Racquet Club's Facebook page.



Interested in playing in this area? Contact Local League Coordinator, JoAnne Fink.


  • Click here to visit the Evansville Community Tennis Association's website.
  • Click here to visit the Tri-State Athletic Club's website.




Interested in playing in this area? Contact District League Coordinator, Karen Griffiths.


  • Click here to visit the Southern Indiana Tennis Center website.

We have countless captains that help make USTA League play possible in Central Indiana. Learn more about what they do and find captain resources below!


Ready to captain a USTA League team? Join our captain mentoring program!

This new program will pair an experienced captain with a player who wants to form a team of their own. New captains will have a resource to answer questions and teach them the ins and outs of captaining a team. Reach out to Tasha Overmeyer at tsovermyer@hotmail.com for details.


Virtual Captain's Meeting

Video Resources:


Captain Resources


What it Means to Be a Captain 


  • Be familiar with the structure, procedures and local league, sectional and national rules, as well as the general rules of tennis to keep your team informed.


Be There!

  • Attend all local league meetings and be in contact with your local league coordinator in case of any changes made to the league.


Find Interested Players

  • Recruit enough players to field a complete team for every match.



  • Ensure that all players meet the eligibility requirements: Have a valid NTRP rating, USTA membership and be the minimum age for the league.
  • Obtain a team number from your league coordinator.
  • Distribute all materials to your team including: Team number, schedule of play, current rules and regulations and a list of team members with telephone numbers and emails.
  • Confirm home and away matches and contact opposing team captains to confirm date and time of match. Assist your local league coordinator in rescheduling postponed or delayed matches.
  • Organize all materials necessary for the team’s participation at the championship level, if your team qualifies.


Get Results In

  • Record match results on TennisLink within 48 hours (per regulations).
Central Indiana District Championships

Adult 18 & Over, Adult 40 & Over District Championships

August 5-6, 2023 

Lawrence North High School and Lawrence Central High School, Indianapolis, IN


Mixed 18 & Over, Mixed 40 & Over, Adult 55 & Over District Championships

September 9, 2023

Indianapolis Racquet Club Dean, Indianapolis, IN



Indiana State Championships

Adult 18 & Over, Adult 40 & Over State Championships

August 12-13, 2023

Carmel Racquet Club, Carmel, IN



Adult 55 & Over, Mixed State Championships

September 17, 2023

Wildwood Racquet Club, Ft Wayne, IN



Midwest Sectional Championships


National Championships

Have a question about League play? Contact Karen Griffiths at karen.griffiths@midwest.usta.com.

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