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USTA North Carolina Notebook

2013 Awards Nominations

2013 State Championships

Adult Programs
USTA North Carolina holds inaugural Tri-Level State Championships

USTA North Carolina held its first ever Adult League Tri-Level State Championships from Sept. 19-21 in Hickory, N.C. Over 300 players across five different levels competed in the inaugural tournament for a league that continues to display impressive growth each year.

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2014 Mixed Doubles State Championships

The 2014 USTA North Carolina Adult League Mixed Doubles State Championships were held in Asheville this year, with nearly 1,300 players taking the courts across the city. Thirteen levels competed in this year's tournament.

To see all the tournament information, news and results, go to ncleaguetennis.com/mixeddoubles. Below is a list of the Mixed Doubles champions from Asheville.

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North Carolina 2015 tournament sanctions

Any USTA member organization is eligible to apply for the sanction of a North Carolina tennis tournament. The sanctioning process for tournaments each year begins on Oct. 1 and ends on Oct. 15. There is a $45 fee per tournament sanctioned.

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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.

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Compete in North Carolina Adult State Closed Championships

The North Carolina State NTRP Hard Court Championships will take place at the end of the month, and all players around the state are invited to sign up for this premier tournament. This year's tournament will be held in Wilmington from July 31-Aug. 3, featuring some of the best competition from across North Carolina.

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