USTA Flex League

Grab one of your teammates and create a team to participate in the USTA Flex League. You need at least one player on your singles team, and two players on your doubles team. There is no limit on the number of players you can have on your team. Participation only requires access to one court that can be reserved for play. USTA Flex League packages all the thrills of organized league tennis into a flexible schedule so everyone, regardless of time constraints and ability, can play.

The USTA Flex League offers fun and competitive matches for players of all levels — from beginner to advanced. You’ll get all the fun and excitement of USTA League, but on your own schedule. You play whenever it’s convenient for you — weekends, mornings, nights, even on your lunch hour! 

Whether you’re looking to play more matches, improve your skills, expand your social network, or stoke that competitive fire, USTA Flex League offers all that — and offers it all on your terms and your time.

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Summer 2024 Schedule; Doubles play only

 Team Registration Begins

April 1, 2024

 Team Registration Ends

May 20, 2024

 Season Starts (1st scheduled match date)

June 2, 2024

 Play Concluded By

 August 4, 2024     

 Last Day to Add Players

July 7, 2024

Winter 2024-2025 Schedule; Singles and Doubles play

Team Registration Begins

September 22, 2024

Team Registration Ends

October 22, 2024

Season Starts (1st scheduled match date)

November 10, 2024

Last Day to Add Players

December 31, 2024

How the USTA Flex League Works

  • USTA Flex League groups players of similar ability together using NTRP levels
  • Teams are comprised of at least one player for a singles team and two players for a doubles team
  • There is no limit on the number of players you can have on your team
  • Teams are grouped by preference for weekday/weekend or evening/weekend play
  • Season is structured to provide each team with 8-9 weekly matches
  • Team matches require access to only one tennis court that can be reserved for play
  • Teams arrange to play on a day and time that is most convenient each week
  • It is the home team’s responsibility to initiate contact to schedule the match, reserve the court, and bring new balls. Any fees associated with court use is the home team’s responsibility.
  • Players must be at least 18 years old by the start of the season to be eligible to participate
  • USTA Membership is not required for participation in the USTA Flex League
  • If you do not have a USTA NTRP rating, you must complete the self-rate process before registering
  • You may register to play at your NTRP level and/or a half level higher
  • Charlotte USTA Flex League results do not count for NTRP ratings
  • For more details, please review the Rules and Guidelines

NTRP Levels Offered

  • Women’s Singles: levels 2.5 – 5.0 (offered in the winter season only)
  • Women’s Doubles: levels 2.5 – 5.0 (offered in the summer and winter seasons)
  • Men’s Singles: levels 2.5 – 5.0 (offered in the winter season only)
  • Men’s Doubles: levels 2.5 – 5.0 (offered in the summer and winter seasons)

Team Composition/Match Format

  • Teams are comprised of a minimum of 1 player for a singles team and 2 players for a doubles team
  • On teams with more than two players, any combination of players may be used for doubles team matches
  • All team matches will be “scheduled” for 5:00 PM on Sunday, which is the last day of the  USTA Flex League week
  • To keep the pace, matches should be played on or before the last day of the week in which the match is scheduled. However, players will be given one additional week to make-up matches that were not able to be played due to inclement weather during the scheduled week. Scores must be entered on or before the last day of the make-up week.

Fee/Registration Information

  • Players registration fee: $18.15
  • Public park teams: per the direction of Mecklenburg County Park and Recreation (MCPR), USTA Flex League teams using public park venues for their home matches will need to reserve their own court for matches, using the online system (see Public Park Teams section).

Public Park Teams

  • Public park captains must create an account through the MCPR site.
  • Reservations can be made at Park Road Park, Jeff Adams Tennis Center, Freedom Park or Colonel Beatty Park by using this link.
  • The Queens Sports Complex is not part of the online reservation system. If you would like to book a court this venue, you should contact Steve Elliot at
  • Online reservations can only be made 7 days in advance, and not less than 1 hour in advance.
  • There is not currently a provision to cancel or change reservations online.  If you are rained out or need to make a you will need to contact Steve Elliot at


  • No refunds will be issued once schedules have been posted
  • Refund requests must be submitted via email to the League Coordinator
  • A refund will be issued less the $3.15 TennisLink fee. If the registration payment included a public court fee, that amount will be refunded as well