|USTA North Carolina holds inaugural Tri-Level State Championships|
USTA North Carolina is holding its first ever Adult League Tri-Level State Championships from Sept. 19-21 in Hickory, N.C. Over 300 players across five different levels are competing in the inaugural tournament.
Three North Carolina teams win at 18+ Sectionals
Three North Carolina teams have punched their tickets to the USTA Adult League National Championships.
The Women's 4.0 Foothills, Women's 4.5 Capital Area and Men's 5.0+ Metro teams all emerged as winners at the 2014 USTA League 18 & Over Southern Sectional Championships. North Carolina also placed with two other finalists: the Women's 3.0 Capital Area and Women's 5.0 Metro teams finished as runner-ups.
18 & Over teams face off in Winston-Salem at state championships
USTA North Carolina's 2014 Adult League 18 & Over State Championships took place in Winston-Salem this year. Nearly 1,500 players competed on courts at 15 sites around the city over the course of the four-day tournament from June 12-15.
Final matches finished Sunday, with 11 total winners emerging as champions. Here are the winners for each age division.
70s Invitational to bring 100 players to Pinehurst
A new tournament will be held in Pinehurst this spring, exclusively featuring players ages 70 and up. USTA North Carolina's 70s Invitational is set for April 23-24 and will include 100 players in a round robin tournament.
The 70s Invitational opens with a draft at 8 a.m. on April 23, randomly dividing players onto teams. Due to court limitations, a maximum of 50 men and 50 women will be allowed to register as individuals for the tournament. Players will be added to a waiting list when one gender reaches its max.
Four NC teams crowned at Combo Doubles Southern Sectionals
North Carolina was in the spotlight often at the 2013 Combo Doubles Southern Sectional Championships, as four 18 & Over teams from the state emerged as champions last weekend in Mobile, Ala.
With four of the 11 total champions, North Carolina was the winningest of the section's nine states competing. Two championship teams came from Charlotte, and North Carolina also finished with one other finalist from the city.