League Championship Update for 2021

February 02, 2021

Leagues are starting up around the Mid-Atlantic and that means a new Section Championship schedule for 2021.  This year’s tentative schedule release includes important updates for you to remember and some slight changes from previous years. As you are reviewing the updates, don't forget to check out the USTA Mid-Atlantic League Championship page for up to date information throughout 2021.


Changes for Championships this year:

  • Washington, D.C. leagues will now advance to Maryland/D.C. Regional Championships beginning in 2021

  • West Virginia leagues will now advance to Virginia/West Virginia Regional Championships beginning in 2021

  • An additional day will be built into the schedule for each event in order to accommodate potential rain delays

  • If necessary, Championships may merge into one event

  • In 2021, Combo will not advance to a Championship 

  • At this time, a Regional Championship is only planned for Adult 18 & Over and Combo Mixed

  • The other leagues noted below will advance directly to a Sectional Championship

Tentative 2021 Championship Schedule - for more details about USTA Mid-Atlantic Championships, click here


  • July: Regional Championships for Adult 18 & Over (.0 & .5) for both VA/WV and DC/MD
  • August: Adult 18 & Over Sectional Championship; Adult 40 & Over Sectional Championship
  • September: Adult 55 & Over Sectional Championship; Mixed 40 & Over Sectional Championship; Mixed 18 & Over Sectional Championship
  • October: Adult 65 & Over Sectional Championship; Mixed 55 & Over Sectional Championship
  • January 2022: 2021 Combo Mixed Regional Championships for both VA/WV and MD/DC; Tri-Level & Tri-Level Mixed Sectional Championship
  • April 2022: 2021 Singles Sectional Championship


While this year’s championships may look a little different than previous years, we are committed to providing you with fun and exciting events that are safe for all players, staff, and facilities. Take a minute to review the USTA Mid-Atlantic Required and Recommended Play Guidelines for tips on staying safe on the court. Also, be sure to follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and our Blog for the latest updates from around the Mid-Atlantic.

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