Through a variety of programs, teaching and learning tools, Net Generation is looking to capture the imaginations of kids of all backgrounds and skill levels - bringing together a national community of parents, coaches, players, teachers, and volunteers.
RTA’s President Bill Edwards and Executive Director Julie Dick presented a check to Ken Hisler, Assistant Director for Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources, at the December 4th Raleigh City Council meeting.
Are you ready for fall tennis? Registration opens soon for combo and fall singles.
Get your teams together!.
Team registration opened June 16 and closes July 1.
USTA membership is
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From couch to courts in 6 weeks! Racquet, t-shirt and 6 sessions of instruction for one low price! Choose from multiple sessions during the year - read more for details.
New sessions for 2019 are listed and are registering adult and junior players.
Need help finding a team or a player? Captains can add players to their team long after the season starts! Good for players new to the Raleigh area and captains looking to fill teams.
Spirit of Tennis Scholarship
The RTA is offering three scholarships for $1000 each to Raleigh tennis players planning to attend college in the fall.
Congrats to our winners
Have a great time in college - we hope to see you in adult league soon!
If you run tennis programming and are looking for some assistance with social tennis, drop-in clinics and team up events the USTA is here to help. If you need help with the grant process, contact us for assistance.
Read more for important dates, times and rules.
Meredith College Matches!
If your match is on a Meredith College court, please note that alcohol is NOT permitted on the campus of Meredith College.