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2013 State Championships

NC Tennis Offers Junior Tournament Vouchers for L4 & L5 Tournaments

High School and Jr. Team Tennis Players, Coaches, and Captains:

The North Carolina Tennis Association is again providing tournament vouchers for current High School and Jr. Team Tennis players in North Carolina. The NCTA Junior Competition Committee and Board of Directors want to provide an incentive for those players in North Carolina to get involved in USTA tournament competition.

The NCTA will pay the entry fee for the first tournament a player enters to introduce them to the fun and camaraderie of tournament tennis. To be eligible, a player must not have played in any sanctioned tournament in the past. Players may use these vouchers in any sanctioned junior L4, L5 or Adult NTRP (provided they allow junior entries) tournament held in North Carolina this year. L5s are for less experienced competitive players. L4 tournaments offer more experienced competitive play with no ranking restrictions. NTRP Tournaments provide play against adult players of the same level. Vouchers are good for singles OR doubles.

In order to use the vouchers, players must join the USTA before playing in a tournament. The cost for a one-year junior membership is $20.00. The membership will allow players to play in tournaments for a year and also includes a one-year subscription to Tennis magazine, which they will receive once a month. Players can join the USTA online at or by calling 1-800-990-USTA (8782).

The purpose of this program is to promote an interest in tennis in younger players in North Carolina. As you know, tennis is the one sport that you can continue playing throughout a lifetime. This will not only help you to increase your skills, but will also sharpen your competitiveness on the court.

View North Carolina’s Junior tournaments (Look for the word L4, L5 after the title)

High School Coaches should contact Joanna ( and Jr. Team Tennis players should contact Sara Worth ( for free entry fee vouchers. The players should enter the tournament online and and then present the voucher to the Tournament Director when they check in at the tournament for their first match. The Tournament Director will send the voucher to the NCTA office for player reimbursement. No voucher request will be considered after the tournament online registration deadline

**Reimbursement does not include the tennis link processing/service fee**