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League Updates and Announcements

October 1, 2023 - Join us on October 1st at the Hispanic Heritage Festival in downtown Greenville!  We will have information for an upcoming tennis event at the Clevelan Park public tennis courts.   Come on down and see us at our vendor booth and grab some goodies !!!   Leave your contact information for upcoming events in the Greenville area.   Our CTA events are free and we will provide all equipment and instruction necessary.

REGISTER for our ROCK n ROLL Racquets Event on October 18th!

Be sure to check out the most up to date League Schedule for 2023!

Combo League Rules Added

Mixed League Rules Updated

Adult 65 and Older National Invitational Information


About UPTA

UPTA is in Upstate S.C. and runs USTA  Adult League Tennis. USTA League Tennis is the world's largest recreational tennis league providing organized, structured team matches for all ability levels. 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 (2.5-5.0). 


We, the UPTA Tennis Association and UPTA Foundation, recognize that diversity is absolutely essential to achieving our mission which is, in part, "To promote interest in the game of tennis." For us diversity is the existence of many unique individuals in the community. This includes men and women from different nations, cultures, ethnic groups, generations, backgrounds, skills, abilities and all of the other unique differences that make each of us who we are. As an Association, we are commited to fostering a tennis environment that is more inclusive, to achieving greater diversity within our tennis community, and to inspire men and women from diverse backgrounds, generations, and skill levels to patricipate in the sport of tennis.

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Try this activity at home or on the court to work on hand-eye coordination and control. To make it more challenging, try spreading your arms out wider or letting the ball bounce higher. Try to see how many you can get in 30 seconds.

No court to play on at home? No problem! Make your own net at home using regular items from around the house. Get creative, but make sure to ask for permission from your parent or guardian before using!

Edgies works on your grips, specifically a continental grip. Using your racquet with a continental grip, try and see how many times you can hit the ball using the outer edge of your racquet. You got this!

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