USTA League New England is comprised of 15,000 players who compete in ten local areas around the section in different divisions and age groups. Players can compete in Adult and Mixed (co-ed) divisions in four different age groups. There are also Tri-Level opportunities and Combo Leagues. Click here to learn more.
Year-round offerings are played during various timeframes between September and August. All programs with the exception of Combo Leagues have national advancement opportunities. The Adult 65 & Over Sectional Champions advance to an “Invitational” in Arizona which will take place in May 2017 and competition will include all 17 sections that choose to field teams.
USTA League takes the fun and excitement of the game of tennis to a higher level by offering the “championship experience”. In 2016, more than 7,500 players experienced the thrill of participating at District and Sectional Championships.
By the end of the Sectional Championships, 36 teams advanced to the National Championships in California, Arizona
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Did you know?
Did you know you can warm up on the court prior to a USTA match?
ANSWER...There is no prohibition for warming-up on the courts prior to USTA match. Note that all players must be on their assigned courts at the match start time with fees paid and line-ups exchanged 5 minutes prior to the match start time. Warm-ups must be coordinated with the club and court fees may apply.
Did you know you have access to the email addresses and phone numbers for the captains in your league?
ANSWER...To find the Team Captains Report, go to the USTA League Page and sign-in with your USTA Number where it says
USTA WMA League Contacts:
Karen Fawthrop & Dawn Fleury
USTA Western Mass. League Coordinators
Contact league coordinators
USTA Western Mass. League Treasurer
Adult Leagues Committee