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Whether you're a seasoned player, looking to get back in the game, or new to tennis, we've got you covered! Check out these amazing tennis opportunities for competitive and non-competitive play.
USTA Spring League is just around the corner. See important spring team registration dates, find a team (sooner is better), view the league schedule, formats of play by age division and more.
When was the last time you picked up your racket? Does it feel like ages ago? You’re not alone! Rusty Rackets is the perfect program to enable players returning to tennis after an absence!
The Try Tennis pathway is as easy as one, two, three! For new players, the Try Tennis pathway can get you on the court learning, playing, and competing in no time! Check out the pathway to find the place for you.
The Raleigh Tennis Association (“RTA”) serves as the primary resource for all things tennis in the greater Raleigh, NC area. The RTA is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization and operates under the guidance of the United States Tennis Association ("USTA") and in conjunction with the North Carolina Tennis Association ("NCTA").
The RTA is committed to growing, promoting, and supporting tennis in the greater Raleigh, NC area. The RTA aims to connect every player or prospective player with opportunities to participate in tennis through programming, collaboration, funding, diversity & inclusion, outreach, and advocacy.
Looking for tournaments, community matches or open play?
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