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USTA North Carolina Notebook

2013 Awards Nominations

2013 State Championships

Community Tennis
North Carolina High School Coaches Workshop

2015 Workshop
USTA North Carolina brought together dozens of high school tennis coaches from around the state to hone their skills at UNC Greensboro this year. Coaches participated in a variety of drills, learning everything from technique to managing practices.

If you attended this year's workshop, here are some important links for tournaments, leagues, upcoming events and more for your players.


Find a CTA

USTA North Carolina is pleased that our Community Tennis Associations have realized the benefits of developing their own web sites. To encourage this new communication tool, we are providing links here to these sites.

If you would like for your local Association to have a web presence, ask them to contact the NCTA office. We are happy to help in any way possible.


About Abilities Tennis

Abilities Tennis Association of NC (Abilities Tennis) is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization dedicated to raising awareness and developing adaptive tennis programs for persons with intellectual disabilities throughout the state of NC.  Their goal is to provide adaptive tennis programs year-round through clinics, tournaments, and PE-Adaptive Tennis in the Public School systems.  They work closely with USTA NC, Community Tennis Associations, Public School Systems, Parks and Recreation departments, and Special Olympics of NC.


OPAF wheelchair tennis training and clinics

The Orthotic and Prosthetic Activities Foundation (OPAF) is bringing five tennis clinics to the Carolinas over the next two months. OPAF is partnering with USTA North Carolina, USTA South Carolina and USTA Wheelchair to offer trainings for teaching pros, therapists, and wheelchair and adaptive tennis players.


2015 Raise the Net

The USTA North Carolina Board of Directors passed a historic plan in January of 2011 to impact the growth of Tennis in our state. Due to the ever expanding tennis public in NC, the Board created a special reserve account for 2011 to impact refurbishing public tennis facilities in NC. The Board voted in January of 2014 to continue this plan.  This account, along with matching USTA funds, will allow a total investment of up to $200,000 in assistance throughout our state.