Meet Seth Meyer, USTA Local League Coordinator for Maine

With more than 900,000 registrations each year, USTA League is the country’s largest adult recreational tennis league – and a great way to stay active, socialize and improve your game. Plus, with players of nearly all skill levels, there’s a place for you and your game.

3 Steps to Getting Started in USTA League: Create a free account, Find a League, Register for a Team

Step 1 to getting started in USTA League is to create a free USTA account.

Step 2 is to find the league that’s right for you. You can search online or contact Maine’s Local League Coordinator, Seth Meyer at ‘me-league@newengland.usta.com‘. Tennis is more fun when you play with and against players of similar abilities, so check out these brief descriptions to help you figure it out.

Step 3 is to register for a team.

If you have questions, no worries – we’re here to help. Contact your section league coordinator or email our national staff .

League play starts on the local level for ages 18 and over. Top teams earn the chance to compete in sectional and national championships. Your section may also offer non-advancing leagues such as combo, tri-level and 65 & over.

Adult 18 & Over

  • NTRP levels: 2.5 (women only), 3.0, 3.5, 4.0, and 4.5
  • Team match format for championships is two singles matches and three doubles matches (2.5 NTRP levels play one singles match and two doubles matches).

Adult 40 & Over

  • NTRP levels: 3.0, 3.5, 4.0 and 4.5+
  • Team match format is two singles matches and three doubles matches.

Adult 55 & Over

  • Combined NTRP levels: 6.0, 7.0, 8.0 and 9.0.
  • Team match format is three doubles matches.

18 & Over Mixed

  • Combined NTRP levels: 6.0, 7.0, 8.0, 9.0, 10.0
  • Team match format is three doubles matches.

40 & Over Mixed

  • Combined NTRP levels: 6.0, 7.0, 8.0 and 9.0.
  • Team match format is three doubles matches.

Click here for all additional USTA league resources and forms.