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2024 USTA Summer Singles Adult League




If you enjoy singles and want to continue playing competitive tennis after spring league is over in Raleigh, consider playing in the 2024 USTA North Carolina Summer Singles League! Matches will begin no earlier than May 20 and run through July. Teams compete locally to progress to state championships.

This league is a team competition for men and women with NTRP ratings of 2.5 to 4.5. This league does not count toward your NTRP rating. Each match consists of three courts of singles. Teams must have a minimum of four (with at least three at the NTRP level of the league) and no more than nine players on their roster. Players may register for teams at their NTRP level or one level higher.


Please note that players may only play on one team per NTRP and age level. For instance, a 55 year-old 3.0 woman may play on a 3.0 morning or evening team, but not both. She may additionally play on an 18 & Over or 40 & Over 3.0 team.

  • Any team using Raleigh city courts as their home team will pay court fees directly to Raleigh Parks and Recreation for their home matches. Courts are billed at $10 per court per match. Invoices are sent to the team captains who will in turn collect fees from their team members.

  • The league coordinator will reserve courts for any team using Raleigh city courts for their home matches. Club players will secure courts through their respective clubs. All teams must have enough courts for equal home and away matches.

  • The USTA league fee is $25 per player per team. In addition, the USTA annual membership fee is $44.

  • Need to reschedule a match due to weather?  Click here and we will provide the opposing captain with your line-up.


Important Registration Dates:

  1. March 25, 2024: Team registration begins. Captains must fill out and submit a Team Number Request Form in order to receive a team number and register a team. You will no longer create a team number on the USTA website.

  2. April 10, 2024: Team registration closes. Teams must have at least three at-level players and four total registered to be added to the league.

NTRP Rating Information:

Adult USTA teams use NTRP ratings to determine a player’s level. 

  • If you don’t know what your rating is, visit TennisLink to understand ratings.

  • If you don’t have a rating, click the “Self Rate” button on TennisLink and answer the questions. Your rating will be generated immediately.

Days of Play:
When a weekday morning or evening league has two match times listed (e.g., 6:30 or 8 p.m.), matches will be scheduled for the earlier time slot until all courts are filled.

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