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USTA Georgia
116 Marble Mill Road
Marietta, GA 30060
404-256-9543
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Mixed 18 and 40 & Over Leagues


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Looking for a great program that provides the opportunity to exercise, meet new people, or share an activity with your other half? Join the USTA League tennis Mixed Doubles League.  Georgia has over 7,500 mixed doubles players. Teams range from beginner level to professional.

Our Mixed Doubles league is a combined rating system. We offer 2.5, 6.0 - 10.0 levels in the Mixed 18 & Over Division and 6.0 - 9.0 in the Mixed 40 & Over Division. If you have a partner that is below or above you in rating, you can play together. If your computer rating is from 2016 to present, that rating must be used, however, if your rating is prior to 2016 or you have not had a previous computer rating, you may self-rate. USTA membership is required.

The combined levels of each doubles pair cannot exceed the team level.  No individual team can be separated by more than 1.0 in NTRP level.  An example is a 5.0 and 3.0 cannot play together at the 8.0 level, but a 3.5 and a 4.5 can.

This is a very friendly, social and competitive league. In the Mixed 18 & Over Division, the winners of each local league may progress to a State championship, a Sectional championship and then on to a National championship and in the Mixed 40 & Over Division, the winners of each local league may progress to a State championship, a Sectional championship and then on to a Regional championship

Please contact your local coordinator. We have teams waiting for you. Just serve them up!


Mixed League Coordinators


USTA Georgia
David Bain
Senior Director of USTA Adult & Junior Leagues
bain@ustageorgia.com

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Tennis Rules

Last week's answer was True, all court measurements are made to the outside edge of the line. If a ball breaks during a point, what happens?

Point is awarded to last player who hit the ball
Point is played to conclusion and a new ball put in play
Point is replayed and ball is replaced with like wear ball

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