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Adult Leagues
40 & Over State Championships in Winston-Salem


The last adult league state championship from the spring season is complete, and we have eight new winners with bragging rights for the rest of the year.

The Adult League 40 & Over State Championships were held in Winston-Salem from June 25-28, with over 800 players taking the courts at Hanes Park, Wake Forest Tennis Center, Forsyth Country Club and several other sites around the city.

There were eight champions from the 40 & Over tournament. Here are your 2015 winners.


55 & Over, 65 & Over State Championships

USTA North Carolina's first league state championship is underway. The Adult League 55 & Over and 65 & Over State Championships will run until Monday, June 1, in Greensboro.

If you're playing in the state championships this weekend, be sure to visit ncleaguetennis.com for details and updates on everything happening in Greensboro. 


70s Invitational in Pinehurst

USTA North Carolina's 70s Invitational returns to Pinehurst for 2015. The two-day round-robin tournament is set for April 21-23, and we're looking to see an even greater turnout than last year's inaugural event.


2014 Singles League State Championships

Nearly 500 players headed to Goldsboro last weekend to compete at the 2014 Adult League Singles State Championships. Fourteen levels of mens' and women's teams were in action from Oct. 9-12 at Herman Park, Mount Olive College, Goldsboro Country club and several other sites around the area.


USTA North Carolina holds inaugural Tri-Level State Championships

USTA North Carolina held its first ever Adult League Tri-Level State Championships from Sept. 19-21 in Hickory, N.C. Over 300 players across five different levels competed in the inaugural tournament for a league that continues to display impressive growth each year.