For more than 30 years, USTA League Tennis has been serving up outstanding competition. What began in 1980 with just a few thousand participants nationwide has grown into one of the largest recreational adult leagues in the country, with more than 800,000 players taking to the courts in 2013 alone. By the end of 2013, an estimated 10 million players across the country have competed in USTA League Tennis over the years.  

League tennis is also one of the most popular adult recreational sports in Idaho, with more than 6,300 annual participants. 

Idaho Tennis Association coordinates more than a dozen leagues featuring a variety of formats. There are leagues for men's teams, women's teams and mixed doubles teams. There are leagues offering singles play, doubles play, and combined NTRP play. There are also flex leagues which allow players to schedule their own matches. All adult leagues require a USTA membership.



For the past several years, participation in the various divisions of adult tournament play—NTRP, Senior/Age Division, Championship, Family Doubles—has been steadily climbing as players of all ages and abilities are discovering the competitive and social fun of tournament tennis. With more than 40 Idaho tournaments for players ranging from entry-level to championship to choose from, we think there's an event for every player who wants to experience the excitement and fun of tournament tennis who wants to try one—even if they just want to watch.





Tennis 101 teaches the basic concepts and strokes of the game quickly and easily in a fun, family-friendly, active and encouraging group environment for ALL AGES. These low-cost clinics run from 9 to 10:30 a.m. on Saturdays from May through August, at many venues around the state. We separate kids and adults, so you are learning within your own age group.