The USTA League is improving its structure to enhance your playing experience starting January 1, 2013. Under the new structure, the USTA League will have two divisions - ADULT and MIXED DOUBLES.
The Adult Division will be broken down into 3 separate leagues: As of 2013
Adult - 18 years of age and over - 3.0, 3.5, 4.0, 4.5 will consists of 2 singles positions and 3 doubles positions (the same as the current league structure)
Adult- 18 years of age and over- 2.5 and 5.0 will consist of 1 singles position and 2 doubles positions (the same as the current league structure)
Adult- 40 years of age and over- 3.0, 3.5, 4.0 and 4.5 will consist of 2 singles positions and 3 doubles positions
This league will replace the now existing USTA Senior League of 3 doubles positions, and 50 years of age and over
Adult 55 years of age and over- 6.0, 7.0, 8.0 and 9.0 will consist of 3 doubles positions
This league will replace the now existing USTA Super Senior League of 60 years of age and over
The Mixed Doubles League will remain unchanged
IMPORTANT FACTS REGARDING THE NEW STRUCTURE:
As before, participants will continue to compete at the NTRP level for each category.
The previous League structure is being replaced with the new age realignment structure as per the divisions and age groupings listed above- THERE ARE NO NEW LEAGUES IN ADDITION TO THE EXISTING LEAGUES YOU CURRENTLY PARTICIPATE IN.
As captains, organizing teams should remain unchanged; however the new structure should provide your teammates more opportunity to play on more teams, at more appropriate age divisions.
The local leagues, District Championships, Section Championships and National Championships will remain the same except for the age requirements and the addition of the 2 singles positions which will be added to the existing "Senior League."
The USTA-Nevada Leagues (Ladies Weekday, Summer, Fall Adult and Fall Senior) will NOT be affected by the restructuring.
The change in the league structure was made to ensure that USTA League continues to meet the needs of its constituents in the years ahead.