USTA Leagues

Many AVAC® tennis members participate in USTA League play. It's a great way to get to know other members and be involved in play that is both competitive and fun! Depending on your age group, you may be able to play in one or more leagues at any time of the year.

AVAC® charges a $20 administrative fee for each team on which you play.

For AVAC’s full policies on all leagues, see: AVAC USTA Policies & Procedures

PLAYING NOW (September - December 2021)

Combo Doubles League
combined-level men’s & women’s doubles for players at least age 18
Mixed 55 & Over League
– mixed doubles for players at least age 55


Teams occasionally need to add players during the season. If you have an interest in playing in this league, contact the AVAC USTA Coordinator Mary Lehner.


REGISTERING NOW
(Playing January – March 2022)

Adult 40 & Over League
men’s & women’s doubles & singles for players at least age 40 (more info)
Mixed 18 & Over League
– mixed doubles for players at least age 18 (more info)
Adult 65 & Over League – men’s & women’s doubles for players at least age 65 (more info)

 

To play on an AVAC team, register with the club by November 24.  (There is a $20 late fee to register after the deadline.) 

 

REGISTER FOR ADULT 40 LEAGUE 

CHECK REGISTRATIONS FOR ADULT 40 LEAGUE 

 

REGISTER FOR MIXED 18 LEAGUE 

CHECK REGISTRATIONS FOR MIXED 18 LEAGUE

 

REGISTER FOR ADULT 65 LEAGUE 

CHECK REGISTRATIONS FOR ADULT 65 LEAGUE


FUTURE SEASONS

Playing April – June 2022 

Adult 18 & Over League – men’s & women’s doubles & singles for players age at least age 18

Adult 55 & Over League – men’s & women’s doubles for players at least age 55

 

Playing June – August 2022 

Mixed 40 & Over League – mixed doubles for players at least age 40

 

Playing September – November 2022 

Adult 70 & Over League – men’s & women’s doubles for players at least age 70



img  Mary Lehner
USTA League Coordinator

Mary worked at IBM for 34 years as a software developer, but always maintained a life in the "parallel universe" of physical activity. She ran a Karate school with her husband for 25 years, ran competitive corporate track with IBM, played traditional Japanese drums with the San Jose Taiko performance group, and rode her own Harley across the US.

Mary joined AVAC® in 2002 to start swimming as a lower impact activity. But she soon discovered the social and competitive pleasure of playing on AVAC® tennis teams. In 2015 she took on the job she now loves of coordinating the USTA teams at AVAC®. Mary supplements her tennis with Pilates 2-3 times per week for all-round strength and flexibility.