2017 Yearbook

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League Captain of the Month: Geri Steckel

Our July League captain of the month, Geri Steckel, talks of making nationals and the social side of being a League captain. Read More

Survey About 2013 USTA League Restructuring

USTA League is changing its structure and format for the 2013 National Championships, which affects many League seasons in 2012. Gone are the monikers "Senior" (50 & over) and "Super Senior" (60 & over), replaced instead by a more representative grouping based on age. Under the new structure, the USTA League National Championships will fall under just two divisions—Adult and Mixed. The Adult Division will be broken down into 18 & over, 40 & over, and 55 & over with a potential 65 or 70 & over league type considered for the future. Sections are encouraged to add a 65 or 70& over league type locally. The Mixed Division will be 18 & over, which is the same as the previous format, with the potential to add a 40 & over league type in the future. As they had previously, players will continue to compete by NTRP rating within each division. Read More

2012 Early-Start Ratings Now Available

Early-start ratings are now out for all players who participated in USTA Leagues in the Heart of America, Iowa and St. Louis districts and for players from those districts who self-rated for the 2011 season. Read More

Follow Our 2011 League Championships Blog

Catch all the action at our League section championships on our blog! Read More

USTA League iPhone App Now Available!

Download the USTA League app for your iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch devices and get USTA League information anytime, anywhere. Read More

Take Your Place on the Avenue of Aces

You can be a part of the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center when you make a donation to USTA Serves, the charitable arm of the USTA. Move into the neighborhood and your donation will be used to fund grants, scholarships for at-risk youth and people with disabilities. Read More

USTA League celebrates its 30th anniversary with unprecendented growth and an eye on the future

USTA League launched 30 years ago with the goal of organizing and promoting more opportunities to play tennis for adults of all ages. In its earliest years, USTA League attracted 13,000 participants and, from there, began a steady growth that has made it what it is today—the world’s largest recreational tennis league. Read More

Topeka Men Finish Fourth at USTA League 3.5 Adult National Championships

The men’steam from Topeka, Kan.,representing the USTA Florida Section, finished third at the USTA League 3.5 Adult National Championships held at the Jim Reffkin Center in Tucson, Ariz., from Oct. 29 to Oct. 31. Read More

St. Louis Dominates, Closes League Season

In the final USTA Missouri Valley Section League Championships of the 2010 season, host city Springfield, Missouri, provided the best weather-weekend of any of the championships. In addition to the weather, the Cooper Tennis Complex brought out some amazing competition from the 46 teams and nearly 450 players. Read More

Final Section League Championships to Commence in Springfield

Approximately 46 teams and more than 400 players will compete in the 2010 United States Tennis Association Missouri Valley League Section Championships, which are being held in Springfield, Missouri, Sept. 24-26 at both Cooper Tennis Complex and Gillenwaters Tennis Center. Play begins each day at 7:30 a.m. Read More

League Captain of the Month: Karon Fulmer

Her daughter got her into playing tennis. Now Karon Fulmer is a USTA League Captain. Read More

Nine Teams Win League Titles in St. Louis

Nine teams -- including six from Heart of America -- won titles in St. Louis at the USTA League section championships. Read More

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