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Adult Tennis Leagues

United States Tennis Association (USTA) league play is one of the most diverse and popular programs offered at any club. These leagues are sponsored under the rules and coordination of the USTA. USTA League play affords people of all skills and age a forum for competing against players from other clubs and associations along the Denver Front Range. 

Key Adult League Information

  • HRCA Tennis League Guidelines
  • Planning: Most players plan several months in advance that they will play in any given league.
  • USTA Leagues: United States Tennis Assoc. League is the country's largest adult competitive tennis league.  It’s a great way to stay active, improve your game, and even have the chance to compete for a National Championship.
  • ITA Leagues: Intermountain Tennis Association is a six-state tennis organization; a division of USTA.
  • CTA Leagues: Colorado Tennis Association is a district affiliate of the USTA, and the governing body of tennis in Colorado. CTA coordinates adult league play for more than 40,000 players across the state.
  • In-House Leagues: HRCA offers women's in-house doubles leagues ranging from level 2.5 to 3.5. Players may not play down an NTRP level. Teams need to have at least one player at the appropriate NTRP level. (NTRP Levels)

2024 Adult League Registration

All 2024 Adult League information is now available, including the league calendar and the 2024 registration form. No waivers or rosters are required this year!

Important: January 7, 2024, will commence the HRCA registration only process. All USTA/CTA League dates/times registrations will follow their schedule (see links below). When registering, please use the “Sanctioned Leagues” application. There is no staggering of registration dates within the HRCA. I understand that after a Tennis link Team Number has been issued, if a refund is requested and processed, a cancellation fee of 20 percent of the total team fee will be incurred. Please be mindful: completing the “Sanctioned Leagues” application for HRCA does not guarantee you a position in the “USTA/CTA League.

Please call the Tennis Monitor desk at 303-471-8996 for more information or with questions.   

In House Adult Tennis Leagues

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Time and Date Course Description

Sanctioned Tennis Leagues Applications

More Adult League Information

Questions? Contact Marianne McCauley, Tennis Coordinator, at the Northridge Tennis Pavilion by calling 303-471-8940.

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