USTA League Captain Videos 

Check out these videos full of helpful tips designed to make your USTA League Captain experience as easy as possible.

  1. USTA League Captain’s Corner: How to get your NTRP Rating | WATCH
  2. USTA League Captain’s Corner: How to Appeal your NTRP Rating | WATCH
  3. USTA League Captain’s Corner: How to View Your Team’s Schedule | WATCH
  4. USTA League Captain’s Corner: How to Enter Your Match Scores | WATCH
  5. USTA League Captain’s Corner: How to View Your Team’s Standings | WATCH

USTA Account & Membership Info

Which Captain Tasks are Done on TennisLink?

  • register your team
  • view your team’s match schedule
  • get opposing captain’s contact info
  • see your team roster with player contact info
  • print a match scorecard
  • enter / confirm / dispute scores

Friend at Court: Download PDF

Friend at Court is the book of rules and regulations under which tennis is played in the United States. It includes the ITF Rules of Tennis, The Code, and USTA Regulations. It is recommended reading for players, parents, coaches, teachers, tournament directors, league officials and anyone who wants a finer understanding of the game.


USTA League Captain’s Guide: Download PDF

This handy guide was created to make your job easier and to provide tips for success. We provide tips for before the season starts, preparing for match day, and what to keep in mind for before, during, and after the match.

USTA League Rules & Regulations

All players, teams, and local leagues must abide by all USTA rules & regulations. These are categorized by geographic areas: Paducah (our local playing area), Kentucky (state), Southern Section (comprised of 9 states: Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, NC, SC, & Tennessee), and National Regulations (for teams who advance to National Championships).

Remember, all USTA League matches are un-officiated. It’s up to the players to know and abide by the Local Regulations, and all USTA rules. The Code, listed below, is an excellent resource for rule interpretations in match play situations, as well as tennis etiquette.