The USTA Midwest Section sends a men's and women's team to participate in the USTA National Intersectional Team Championship. Play on a team, and compete against the other 16 USTA Sections from all parts of the United States. For the age categories of 35, and 45 - team members are usually rated 4.5/5.0 or above. For the age categories of 55, 65 - team members are usually rated 4.0/4.5 or above. USTA Midwest Section endorsement is required.


2022 USTA National Women's Intersectional Team Championships (Level 3)

November 7-13, 2022 | Plantation, FL

Entry Fee: $155 ($135 prior to September 1)

View details here.


If you want to apply to compete for the Midwest in the USTA National Intersectional Team Championship, CLICK HERE to complete the interest form. Both singles and doubles players are needed in each age category. ADVERTISEMENT Apply today!



45s:  Anne Luke

55s:  Tammy Simone

65s:  Lisa Musgrave

75s:  Elizabeth Barnhill

80s:  Betty Watson



General Information

USTA National Intersectionals Championship

The event is currently counted as one of the required tournaments for a national ranking in the respective divisions (it will not replace the need to play the required USTA National Championships). Points will be awarded.


Team Selection

The USTA/Midwest Section Intersectional Team Selection Committee will select the tennis team and alternates. Selection will be based on District, Sectional, and National rankings; current year’s tournament record; participation in the USTA Midwest Section Senior Team Championships; USTA League Tennis history; and any other pertinent information such as Non Sanctioned USTA tennis tournaments, National Senior Olympics, National ATA tournament results.


Expenses and Entry Fees

Entry fees, transportation, lodging, food and other expenses are the responsibility of the tennis players. The USTA will provide all court costs, tennis balls, player gift and awards.  Welcome reception and player banquet are TBD due to the ongoing pandemic. Contact your respective team captain with questions.


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