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LNTA Offering New Beginners Co-Ed Social Flex League
Are you new to tennis and want to meet other beginners in a social match setting? We have just the thing for you, LNTA is launching a new co-ed Flex League for players new to the sport. This social league is perfect for Try Tennis graduates to experience the dynamics of league play with players of similar abilities. Learn more here.
Try Tennis is an instructional program designed for adult and junior beginners. It’s a 6-week series of clinics in which participants learn the fundamentals of the game. Go from the “couch to the court” in 6 weeks! A racket is included in the program cost. It’s the perfect way to try out the sport. Click here to see a list of Try Tennis sessions currently available.
Registration for LNTA’s popular Racquets & Jackets League is now open. Racquets & Jackets is Tri-Level format. Team registration for ends November 1st. Don’t let your game get rusty during the winter months, grab some friends and create a team!
LNTA will offer a new Winter Singles Flex League during the 2021-22 winter months. You can have a minimum of one and a maximum of three players on your singles team roster to aid in scheduling your weekly match, and participation only requires access to one court that can be reserved for play. Singles Flex League offers all the thrills of organized league tennis in a flexible scheduling format. Learn more about this new format here. Registration will open on October 13th.
November 14, 2021 Dear Lake Norman Tennis Community, We are excited to share that the 18 & Over NC USTA Adult League Championships, hosted by LNTA, have received two awards. In October, our championship was named the 2021 USTA NC Team Tennis Event/Program of the...
LNTA had two Mixed Doubles teams win the State Championship and advance to Southern Sectionals. Congratulations to Dewey Baker's 40 & Over 7.0 (below) and Lance King's 18 & Over 8.0 (above) Mixed Doubles teams. Way to represent! Good luck at Sectionals,...
Congratulations to our own Amy Brandon for being recognized by USTA North Carolina as the USTA Jr. Team Tennis Local League Coordinator of the Year. Amy received the award October 2nd at the USTA NC Annual Meetings. It is presented to an individual who delivers USTA...
Congratulations to the 18 and Up teams captained by Alex King (4.5) and Kelly Hunter (5.0) for winning the State Championships! Good luck at Southern Sectionals! (Alex King team pictured)