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Connecticut

USTA League

Connecticut 

<h2>USTA League</h2>
<h1>Connecticut </h1>
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Throughout the state of Connecticut, tennis facilities are booming in large part because of the excitement and comradery of USTA League Tennis. Connecticut’s 2018 season saw 726 teams playing in 32 different leagues. Four Connecticut teams became New England Section Champions, earning the right to play at USTA Adult League National Championships.

 

USTA League Tennis has grown exponentially across the country, providing the perfect combination of competition and social opportunity for adults eighteen and over at all levels of ability. It is the nation’s largest recreational tennis program, and Connecticut, with the support of USTA New England, competes impressively at all levels of play.

 

The beauty of USTA League Tennis is that there is a place for everyone, whether brand new to tennis or experienced players seeking to compete well after high school and college playing days are over. ADVERTISEMENT Tennis is a lifetime sport with over 325,000 players nationwide participating in adult tennis leagues.

 

Leagues are organized for competitive team match play for women, men and mixed doubles. Teams are organized and scheduled for local competition throughout the year based on the NTRP rating system to ensure that you compete with players at your level, with ratings evaluated once a year, to keep the competition on an equal footing.

 

While competitive spirit is an important part of league play, it is balanced with a social atmosphere and an opportunity to get to know players from all over your region.

 

Connecticut is an active tennis state considering its size, and has leagues in three local areas: Eastern, Northern and Southern.

 

Whether you are a hopeful new player, a recreational player, or a former player who wants to make time for tennis again, Connecticut league tennis welcomes you. You’ll make new friends, sharpen your skills on the court, and find out why USTA league players come back year after year.

 

Explore the Eastern, Northern and Southern Connecticut League pages for information on programs near you, as well as lists of contacts to help you get started playing right away!

 

Eastern Connecticut League

Northern Connecticut League

Southern Connecticut League

 

League Resources: 

USTA New England League

2019 Championship Calendar

2018 New England Section Regulations

2019 Tri-Level Rules

New Captain & Player's Guide

Friend At Court

2018 National League Regulations

NTRP Rating Information

Grievance Form

Rule Proposal Change Form

 

Frequently Asked Questions

 

What are the penalties for Tardiness?

 

5 minutes or less: Loss of toss plus 1 game

5:01 - 10 minutes: Loss of toss plus 2 games

10:01 - 15 minutes: Loss of toss plus 3 games

More than 15 minutes: Default of court

 

How are the teams who are moving onto districts determined?  

 

If that particular league advances to a District or Sectional championship, then the following applies:

Any flight in which there are 5 teams or more, the top two teams in the flight will receive an invitation to advance to the next championship level.

Any flight in which there are 4 teams or less, the top team in the flight will receive an invitation to advance to the next championship level.

 

What are the reasons you can ask to reschedule all or any part of a match?

Makeup matches are allowed only for scheduled matches that are affected by specific holidays, weather, extenuating circumstances and approved contract time conflicts.

Please note: Not having your best players available is NOT an acceptable reason to reschedule a match.

 

USTA CT League Committee

 

Chairman        Rich Bisk, rlbisk@optonline.net

 

Eastern CT Representatives

                Ted Sherman, ted_sherman@watkinson.org

                Victor Niezrecki, vniezrecki@yahoo.com

                Camille Burlingham, clburling@aol.com

 

Northern CT Representatives

                Madelyn Valbuena, madelyn.valbuena@att.net

                Cindy Pegg, cynthia_pegg@sbcglobal.net

                Jim Tillow, jimt@nctusta.com

 

Southern CT Representatives

                Omar Khan, okhan32@gmail.com

                Marie Vizzo, returngrl@aol.com

                Andrew Taylor, andrew@agthome.com

 

Club Representative

                Bill Mountford, mountb@chelseapiersct.com

 

Entry Level Representative

                Robyn Sondak, Rsondak@Travelers.com

 

Outreach Representative

                Ellen O’Donnell, etod62@gmail.com

 

Secretary       Maria das Neves, maria.m.dasneves@gmail.com

 

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