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Started in 1985, the WTT Recreational League program features year-round leagues that have provided playing opportunities for more than 490,000 tennis players of all ages and abilities across the United States.

WTT Recreational Leagues run year-round at public parks, tennis clubs, schools, college campuses, military bases, corporations, camps, residential communities and tennis facilities in more than 1,000 U.S. Cities. The format features co-ed teams competing in six sets - men's and women's doubles, men's and women's singles and mixed doubles. The unique WTT format, which is also played in the Professional League, includes no-ad scoring, substitution and coaching.

Players have an opportunity to qualify for WTT National Qualifiers and the National Championship. Participants also receive the Point of Contact newsletter along with discounted tickets to professional tennis tournaments, movies and much more through the WTT Membership Program.


Check out the WTT Pro League Teams

The WTT Pro League enters its 30th season of play in 2005. Billie Jean King and Larry King created the unique gender-equity team concept in the early 1970ís. The WTT Pro League first hit the courts in 1974 for a five-year run. After a short hiatus, the League returned in 1981 and has been a highlight of the annual U.S. tennis calendar for the past 25 consecutive years.





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