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2020 USTA South Carolina League Tennis

Whether you are a beginner or a more advanced player, this program has a spot for you. There is no
better way to have fun, make friends and compete than USTA League Tennis. 

Area Local League  Local League Coordinator
Aiken, North Augusta Aiken Area Tennis League Maurice Pieters
Bluffton, Beaufort Coastal Carolina Tennis Association (CCTA) Jerry Wayne

Columbia, Camden, Blythewood

Columbia Tennis League Sandra Grooms
Charleston, Kiawah, Seabrook, Summerville, Mt. Pleasant, North Charleston, Goose Creek, Walterboro Lowcountry Tennis Association (LCTA) Dee Mack
Florence, Hartsville, Manning, Sumter, Bennettsville, Timmonsville Pee Dee Tennis League (PD) Michelle Moore
Greenville, Anderson, Belton, Easley, Seneca: Daytime Women & Men's League Upper Piedmont Tennis Association (UPTA) Bonnie Sue Duncan (Women)
Richard Jones (Men)
Greenville, Anderson, Easley, Seneca: Evening/Weekend Women Foothills Tennis Association (FTA) Iris Poleto
Greenwood, Clinton, Abbeville, Newberry Greenwood Area Tennis Association (GATA) Mike Martin
Hilton Head Island Tennis Association of Hilton Head Island (TAHHI) Jackie Reynecke
Lexington, Irmo, Orangeburg, Chapin Lexington Area Tennis Association (LATA) Joyce Harrison
Myrtle Beach, Pawley's Island, Georgetown, Conway Grand Strand Tennis League (GSTL) Susie Honeycutt
Rock Hill Mid Carolina Tennis League (MCTL) Kim Ozmon
Spartanburg, Union, Gaffney, Landrum, Boiling Springs, Moore Spartanburg Area Tennis League (SATL) Sam Hicks

 

QUESTIONS

  • Want to find out more information about programs in your area?
    Get contact information for your local coordinator.
  • Have a flexible schedule?
    Learn about USTA Flex Leagues.
  • Not sure which league is the right one for you? 
    Learn about the different league formats.

 

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ABOUT USTA LEAGUES
 
USTA League tennis is the world's largest recreational tennis league providing organized, structured team matches for all ability levels. Approximately 500,000 players compete nationwide, with over 124,000 adult and senior players coming from the USTA Southern Section, and nearly 50,000 players in SC alone. The program is open to women and men 18 years of age and older and features a local, state and sectional championship and culminates in a national championship in each skill level (NTRP levels 2.5 - 5.0).
 
 

 
 
 
 
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