Lochmere Adult Tennis Leagues
USTA leagues are the country's largest recreational tennis league, helping more than 400,000 players nationwide get on the court, have a good time, and step up their game. The league is organized as competitive team match play. Teams are made up of a minimum of five to eight players depending on the league.
The Recreation Club of Lochmere forms USTA (United Staes Tennis Assiciation) league teams for NTRP rated players, 2.5,3.0,3.5,4.0, and 4.5.
A common question for new players joining USTA leagues is "what level of play do I sign up for?" To help guide you through the process, the USTA uses the National Tennis Rating Program (NTRP) for determining levels of competition for USTA leagues. NTRP ratings are as follows:
- 3.0 (Intermediate Beginner)
- 3.5 (Intermediate)
- 4.0 (Advanced Intermediate)
- 4.5 (Advanced)
Within Wake County, there are WWTA (Western Wake Tennis Association) Adult tennis leagues. For more information about WWTA, click HERE.
2018 Spring WWTA Mixed Doubles League Registration
TO REGISTER FOR A LOCHMERE TEAM, PLEASE VISIT HERE.
Registration to represent Lochmere on a WWTA (Western Wake Tennis Association) team in the spring begins on January 22 and ends February 9.
Each match plays 3 doubles pairings so a minimum of 6 players are needed to fill a team. We will TRY to keep the teams to 10 players maximum.
In order for a team to form, there must be at least 4 Lochmere resident Mixed Teams (8 players) on the roster (maximum of 10 players). Team B will be formed after Team A is completely filled.
Each player has a rating and it is combined with their partners' rating to determine what level they can play:
The season is March 3 through May 12. Remember if you would like to participate, please sign up HERE. CAPTAINS are needed. Please reply that you are volunteering to captain a team!
Guest Player Policy Reminders
Lochmere Tennis League Council
The sole purpose of the Lochmere Tennis League Council is to aid and assist in the formation of Lochmere tennis leagues. The Council is made up of the Captains for that season from each level of play, men and women. Their responsibilities will be conducted season to season throughout the calendar year. All questions and concerns should be directed to Head Tennis Pro.
Members of the Council for the Spring Season are as follows: