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Wyoming League Tennis
Here is a brief explanation of the leagues being offered for the 2019 Wyoming League Season. 
USTA Adult 18 & Over League combines singles and doubles play for each team match for players 18 and above in age. Levels range from beginner (2.5) through advanced (4.0) in women’s divisions and from beginner (2.5) through advanced (4.5) in men’s divisions. Match format for 2.5 level consist of 1 singles and 2 doubles, and for all other levels (3.0 - 4.0) consists of 2 singles and 3 doubles.
USTA Adult 40 & Over League is for men and women that are will be at least 40 years of age this calendar year. Senior Leagues matches consist of three doubles matches. Levels range form beginners (3.0) through advanced players (4.0) in both men’s and women’s divisions. Match format consists of 2 singles and 3 doubles.
USTA Adult 55 & Over League is for men and women that will be at least 55 years of age this calendar year. Super Senior League matches consist of three doubles matches and levels are combined for doubles and include 6.0, 7.0, 8.0   Match format consists of 3 doubles.
Tri Level Local League is exactly what it sounds like, a league that allows teams to be made up of three levels of players. Open to players that are 18+ this calendar year, there are men's & women's leagues with three doubles per team & each line at a different NTRP level of 3.5/4.0/4.5.  Players from each team compete against the same ability.


Mixed Doubles – Wyoming has two mixed doubles leagues – USTA Adult 18 & Over Spring Mixed Doubles and the ITA Fall Mixed Doubles. Matches consist of three mixed doubles matches. Levels are combined for Mixed Doubles and for the USTA Spring Mixed include 6.0, 7.0 and 8.0 levels. The ITA Fall Mixed Doubles also consists of three mixed double matches and include 5.5, 6.5, 7.5, and 8.5 levels. Match format consists of 3 doubles.
You can view the most current 2019 Wyoming League Schedule here.  Check back often for updates.
You can view the 2019 Wyoming League Regulations here.
Free Agent Draft – If you are new to league tennis or want to see who else around the state might need another player for a team or to see if someone would like to join you on a team, please complete this brief Wyoming League information form so we can identify the best opportunity for you to play league tennis. 
For more information, contact Peg Connor at peg@ustawyoming.com.
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