|2015 Junior Team Tennis State Championships|
A record-breaking number of juniors took the courts in Lake Norman from July 17-19, marking the largest USTA North Carolina Junior Team Tennis (JTT) State Championships in history. Over 600 players and a total of 92 teams were in action at this year's tournament, shattering previous participation highs.
This was the first year Lake Norman hosted the JTT State Championships. River Run Country Club served as the man site for the 2015 event, and the Lake Norman Tennis Association did an incredible job with volunteering and supporting the event.
Jr. Team Tennis
2015 Jr. Team Tennis State Championships
Junior Team Tennis Travel League
We know it can be difficult for advanced level players to commit to a six-plus week Junior Team Tennis season while juggling a tournament schedule. USTA North Carolina encourages advanced level players to form coed teams, with players of the same ability, to compete in our regional Travel League.
Team matches will be scheduled over thre dates in May and June. All participants that meet the league criteria will have an opportunity to advance with their teams to our state championship where they can earn L2 NC and L4 Southern points.
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.
Three North Carolina champions at JTT Sectionals
North Carolina was the most successful state at this year's USTA Southern Jr. Team Tennis Sectional Championships in Cayce, S.C. Three of the eight titles won at the JTT Championships went to teams from Chapel Hill, Raleigh and Wilmington.
A total of 56 teams and 453 players traveled to Cayce for the tournament from Aug. 14-17. Georgia emerged with two champions and five finalists, while South Carolina also finished with two title-winning teams.
Here are your North Carolina champions for 2014.