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USTA North Carolina Notebook

2013 Awards Nominations

2013 State Championships

Adult Programs
USTA North Carolina donates default fees to charity

If you’ve played in an Adult League State Championship in North Carolina, you’re probably familiar with the default rule. It’s not a regulation every state enforces, but in this state it goes a long way towards benefitting local charities and organizations.

USTA North Carolina instituted a default rule when State Championships continued to see an increase in missed matches. Nearly 40 matches were defaulted at the NC Southern Combo State Championships several years ago, marking a tipping point that spurred change.

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NTRP Ratings

Ratings are expected to be released on December 2. Be sure to to login to TennisLink to see your updated rating. Click here to search your name or USTA member number for rating info.

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2014 Southern Combo Doubles State Championships

Over 2,500 players will be in Wilmington during the next two weeks for the 2014 USTA North Carolina Southern Combo Doubles State Championships. With 270 teams and 1,800-plus individual matches, this the largest tournament held in the state's league play throughout the year. 

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2014 NC State Closed Odd results

 

Olde Providence Racquet Club was the site of the 2014 NC State Closed Championships (Odd Years), where nearly 100 players competed in one of USTA North Carolina's six annual state closed tournaments. This year's tournament was held from Oct. 23-26 and featured 15 age groups/levels of competition. 

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2014 NC State Closed Even results

Asheville Racquet Club was the site of the 2014 NC State Closed Championships (Even Years), where 62 players competed in one of USTA North Carolina's six annual state closed tournaments. This year's tournament was held from Oct. 16-19 and featured nine age groups/levels of competition. 

The following list includes the winners and age division from the State Closed Even. Click here for the full results.

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