Whether you play Singles or Doubles or want to compete locally or nationally, USTA Tournaments are for you. Face off against competitors of a similar age and ability or test your skills in fun family events.
As a USTA Member, you will receive all the benefits of membership while supporting the growth of tennis in your local community.
NTRP tournaments are organized according to ratings, so your opponents will be at your skill level. Senior tournaments are organized according to age. Open tournaments are just that, OPEN to anyone and generally draw the most competitive players. Family and wheelchair tournaments are also offered.
Click here for adult tournament information including draw types, schedules, Intersectionals and rankings.
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Developed in 1978, the National Tennis Rating Program (NTRP) is a classification system that identifies and describes general characteristics of tennis-playing ability. The NTRP General Characteristics Guide outlines the abilities of each level from 1.5 (beginner) through 7.0 (touring pro). Generally, USTA League offers programs for the 2.5 through 5.0 levels.
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