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USTA South Carolina League Tennis

Register for a USTA League

Need to register for a USTA League Team & have a team number? Click here to go to TennisLink

Need help registering for a League Team? 

Click here for instructions or contact your Local League Coordinator listed below.


USTA South Carolina is inviting bids for its State League Championships.  These events are the state championships for USTA Adult Leagues, USTA Mixed Doubles Leagues, STA Combo Doubles, and SC Singles Leagues. Click here for more information

AreaLocal LeagueLocal League Coordinator
Aiken, North AugustaAiken Area Tennis LeagueMaurice Pieters
Bluffton, BeaufortCoastal Carolina Tennis Association (CCTA)Jackie Reynecke
Columbia, Camden, BlythewoodColumbia Tennis AssociationSusan Turner
Charleston, Kiawah, Seabrook, Summerville, Mt. Pleasant, North Charleston, Goose Creek, WalterboroLowcountry Tennis Association (LCTA)Dee Mack
Florence, Hartsville, Manning, Sumter, Bennettsville, TimmonsvillePee Dee Tennis Leauge (PD)Dusty Braddock
Greenville, Anderson, Belton, Easley, Seneca: Daytime Women & Men's LeagueUpper Piedmont Tennis Association (UPTA)Jennifer Smith
Greenville, Anderson, Easley, Seneca: Evening/Weekend WomenFoothills Tennis Association (FTA)Iris Poleto
Greenwood, Clinton, Abbeville, NewberryGreenwood Area Tennis Association (GATA)Kat Finkbeiner
Hilton Head IslandTennis Association of Hilton Head Island (TAHHI)Jackie Reynecke
Lexington, Irmo, Orangeburg, ChapinLexington Area Tennis Association (LATA)Joyce Harrison
Myrtle Beach, Pawley's Island, Georgetown, ConwayGrand Strand Tennis League (GSTL)Wende Cover
Rock HillMid Carolina Tennis League (MCTL)Nancy Moll
Spartanburg, Union, Gaffney, Landrum, Boiling Springs, MooreSpartanburg Area Tennis League (SATL)Don Neault


  • Want to find out more information about programs in your area?
    If you don’t find information about your area above, please contact PJ Fulmer (fulmer@sctennis.com)
  • Have a flexible schedule?
    Learn about USTA Flex Leagues.
  • Not sure which league is the right one for you?
    Learn about the different league formats.
  • If you would like information about how to file a grievance, please contact PJ Fulmer (fulmer@sctennis.com).


USTA League tennis is the world’s largest recreational tennis league providing organized, structured team matches for all ability levels. Approximately 500,000 players compete nationwide, with over 124,000 adult and senior players coming from the USTA Southern Section, and nearly 50,000 players in SC alone. The program is open to women and men 18 years of age and older and features a local, state and sectional championship and culminates in a national championship in each skill level (NTRP levels 2.5 – 5.0).