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Southern / Georgia

Let's Play Georgia

July 08, 2020

It’s been a long few months, hasn’t it?  We have done all the things to stay sane while staying safe – including learning how to create a Zoom meeting, binge watching Netflix, mastering the Instacart order, and building puzzles as if winning the US Open Championship depended on it. Did you take advantage of the Tennis at Home content that USTA delivered to your inbox?  It was and still is a great way to keep a racquet in your hand when you just can’t get on the court.  Some of us even spent time hitting against the wall behind the local grocery store just to burn off some crazy. 

 

It’s time to get back to your happy place and on the tennis court! The great news is that we can safely play the sport that we love so much.  PLAYING TENNIS SAFELY  Your team, your tennis friends, and all of the fun times are waiting for you. Tennis can be played and enjoyed while social distancing. Remember what brought you joy and let’s play Georgia!

 

Find Your Local League Play

Local League

 Counties Supported Contact

USTA Atlanta

  • Cobb
  • Dekalb
  • Douglas
  • Forsyth
  • Fulton
  • Gwinnett
  • Paulding (East of 61)
Maegan Kulich (LLC)

Brunswick-Golden Isles Tennis Association (BGITA)

  • Glynn
Jeanne Krawetzky (LLC)

Central Savannah River Area Tennis Association (CSRATA)

  • Burke
  • Columbia
  • Lincoln
  • McDuffie
  • Richmond
  • Aiken, SC
  • Barnwell, SC
  • Edgefield, SC
Julie Lichty (LLC)

Chattahooche Area Tennis Association (CHATA)

  • Heard
  • Meriweather
  • Troup
Tammy Green (LLC)

Cherokee County Tennis Association (CCTA)

  • Cherokee
Will Ku (LLC)

 

18 & Over league is always exciting and includes both singles and doubles.  If you're a singles player, this is the league for you!

Local League

 Counties Supported Contact

Clarke Oconee Tennis Association (COTA)

 
  • Barrow
  • Clarke
  • Jackson
  • Madison
  • Morgan
  • Oconee
  • Oglethorpe
Cyndie Mckee (LLC)

Columbus Regional Tennis Association (CORTA)

 
  • Chattahoochee
  • Harris
  • Marion
  • Muscogee
  • Lee, AL
  • Russell, AL
Marisela Humphries (LLC)

Coosa Valley Tennis Association (CVTA)

 
  • Chattooga
  • Floyd
  • Polk
Eddie Stokes (LLC)

Etowah Valley Tennis Association (EVTA)

 
  • Bartow
  • Gordon

 

Heather Ellington (LLC)

 

40 & Over league is highly competitive. There's a little less focus on singles and more on emphasis on doubles.  Teamwork and forming lifelong friendships is what this league is about.

Local League

 Counties Supported Contact

Flint River Tennis League (FRTL)

  • Colquitt
  • Decatur
  • Dougherty
  • Early
  • Grady
  • Miller
  • Mitchell
  • Seminole
  • Thomas
Tabitha Spooner (LLC)

Lake Oconee Tennis Association (LOTA)

  • Baldwin
  • Greene
  • Putnam
Ellen Shea (LLC)

Macon Area Tennis Association

  • Bibb
  • Crawford
  • Houston
  • Jones
  • Monroe
  • Peach
Patsy Bendall (LLC)

Mountain Tennis Association

  • Fannin
  • Gilmer
  • Pickens
  • Towns
  • Union
Kim Duval (LLC)

 

Mixed league is all about couples.  Some real life couples play together and some don't.  Who knows? You might even meet your future forever partner!

Don't call them seniors! 55/65 & Over leagues continue to prove that tennis truly is the sport for a lifetime.

There are League play opportunities in your area.  Contact your local league coordinator for more information or

Dave Bain

Senior Director of USTA Georgia Adult & Junior Leagues

404-256-9543 ext. 118

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