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USTA North Carolina Notebook

2013 Awards Nominations

2013 State Championships

Adult Programs
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.

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18 & Over State Championships in Lake Norman

Lake Norman hosted he Adult League 18 & Over State Championships this year from June 11-14. Over 1,100 players showed up to compete at 12 sites around the area, including Lake Norman Tennis Center, Jetton Park, The Club at Westport and more.

If you played in the tournament and would like to see more information or full results, go to ncleaguetennis.com.

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2015 Rankings Rules for Adults

2015 Ranking Rules for Adults

CLICK HERE for rules and regulations of ranking adults in tournaments

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Bids open for 2016-2017 NC State Closed Championships

State Closed bids for 2016-2017 are now open to all USTA member organizations in North Carolina. Our State Closed tournaments are special events. They are the highlight of many players’ careers. State champions are crowned in all divisions.

Changes in dates will be difficult due to conflicts with USTA, USTA Southern, and USTA North Carolina tournament dates. However, the Sanction and Schedule committee will consider each bid.

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Templeton, Noblitt win titles at 2015 NC State Closed

The North Carolina State Closed (Open) Championship is a staple of Spencer Love Tennis Center’s tournament schedule every year. The 2015 edition, sponsored by Columbia Forest Products, was as popular as ever, drawing crowds every night from the Greensboro tennis community to watch over the course of nine days.

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