Volunteers Needed for the 40 & Over USTA Adult League State Championship!

The Charlotte Tennis Association is proud to be hosting the 2024 40 & Over USTA Adult League State Championships. The Charlotte Tennis Association partnered with the city and county, specifically Visit Charlotte and Mecklenburg County Park and Recreation, to submit a winning proposal to host a USTA League Championships in Charlotte.

We are excited to welcome as many as 1,000 players, as well as their families to our great city. Teams will be competing for State Championship titles and the opportunity to advance to the next level of competition. Play will be served across nine different public and private tennis facilities, utilizing over 75 tennis courts during this four-day event, being held June 20-23. 

Click here to learn more about USTA League State Championships and ways you can support it or to sign up for a volunteer slot.

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