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USTA Spring League

2023 Spring League Information

USTA Spring League enables you to play team competition against players of similar skill levels. Most spring leagues consist of singles and doubles play. Leagues range from 2.5 to 5.0 NTRP levels. Your play during the spring season determines your NTRP rating for the following year.

Teams compete locally to progress to state, sectional, and national championships. Players may register for teams at their NTRP level or one level higher. For instance, a player ranked 3.0 may play on a 3.5 team, but may not play on a 2.5 team.

New to USTA League tennis? Learn more about what to expect from USTA League tennis here.

Please note that players may only play on one team per NTRP and age level. For instance, an 18 & Over 2.5 woman may play on a 2.5 weekday or weekend team, but not both. She may additionally play on a 40 & Over 2.5 team if she is old enough.

Google Drive for Captains and Players (click here)

This drive contains information pertinent to players and captains.

  • How to register on Tennislink for captains and players

  • Important dates for 2023 and spring play dates and times

  • Spring play format and roster rules

  • Tennislink Guide for new captains

  • Captains' meeting slides

  • NTRP Guidelines

  • 2022 USTA Capital Local League Rules

  • 2023 States Schedule

  • 2023 Wildcards

All captains need to submit their spring information form. Click here to submit the captain's form.

  • 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.

  • The USTA league fee is $22.15 per player per team. In addition, the USTA annual membership fee is $44.


Important Registration Dates

  1. January 1, 2023: Team registration opens on TennisLink. You will register your own team. Team numbers will not be given out. 

  2. January 22, 2023: Team registration deadline. Players may continue to register through the season.

  3. January 24, 2023: Teams must have the following number of players registered:















Maximum Team Roster Size: 15 players

  • If a level of USTA League Adult 18 & over, 40 & over, or 55 & over consists of only two teams in a level of play, each team must maintain its roster with at least 40 percent of its players at the designated NTRP level of play. This rule does not apply to the Adult 55 & Over and 65 & Over 9.0 league.

  • League matches will begin between the end of February and mid-March.

If you are a player needing a team, click here to submit your request.

If you are a captain who needs a player, please email

Age Groups Offered


All players must be at least 18 to play in an adult league. A player may play in multiple age groups as long as he/she will turn the minimum age during the calendar year.

  • 18 & over

  • 40 & over

  • 55 & over

  • 65 & over

Age Division Formats

  • 18 & over:  3.0, 3.5, 4.0, 4.5 -  2 singles, 3 doubles 

  • 18 & over:  2.5 and 5.0 - 1 singles, 2 doubles

  • 40 & over:  3.0, 3.5, 4.0, 4.5 - 1 singles, 3 doubles 

  • 40 & over:  2.5 women - 3 doubles

  • 55 & over:  3 doubles

  • 65 & over:  3 doubles


NTRP Ratings 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.

League Schedule

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Questions? Local League Coordinator:


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