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USTA North Carolina Notebook

2013 Awards Nominations

2013 State Championships

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Last State Closed tournament of 2015

Heavy rain washed out the NC State Closed NTRP Clay Court Championships back in October, but the tournament has been resheduled, and it's ready to go starting Dec. 4. Charlotte Racquet Club North will host the three-day tournament, open to any North Carolina player with an NTRP rating.

What is a State Closed? North Carolina holds seven State Closed tournaments each year, ranging from family to senior levels of play. These tournaments feature all sorts of skill levels and ages from players who live in North Carolina.


2015 NC State Closed Odd Years champions

Olde Providence Racquet Club was the site of the 2015 NC State Closed Adult Championships (Odd Years), hosting the tournament from Oct. 22-25 in Charlotte. 

More than 100 players took part in this year's tournament. To find full results, click here. Below are the state champions from the weekend in Charlotte.


Denver mixed doubles team wins Section title

Last year an 18 & Over 9.0 mixed doubles team from Denver, N.C., took a trip to the Southern Sectional Championships, but due to injuries and some missed opportunities, they fell short of their goal of winning a title.

Fast forward one year, the same team wrote an entirely different story.


2015 singles state champions

USTA North Carolina visited Goldsboro for the 2015 Singles State Championships. Herman Park played host to the three-day tournament that featured 16 levels of teams.

To find full results from the Singles State Championships, click here. Below are the state champions from the weekend in Goldsboro.


Tri-Level state champions

Sometimes mother nature isn't a tennis tournament's best friend. That was exactly the case for the 2015 Adult League Tri-Level State Championships in Raleigh.

With heavy chances of rain throughout the weekend, the USTA North Carolina league staff was forced to make some changes. Tri-Level matches were moved to Piedmont Indoor Tennis Center and Barber Park in Greensboro, allowing players to complete all matches as originally scheduled.