Ready to take your game to the next level? There are Adult Tournaments for Age, NTRP, Family, and Wheelchair Divisions. We are here to help you understand the different types, find tournaments, and advance as far as you want to go.
USTA Florida is eager to resume Youth and Adult Tournaments in many Florida communities. We recognize that many facilities are not yet ready to host tournaments and that some facilities and communities may be subject to additional restrictions or guidelines when hosting these events. For those who are ready to host a tournament, we ask players and providers to work together to follow all USTA Florida Youth and Adult Tournament safety guidelines and any additional recommendations that pertain to your area.
Alternative-format events such as Tiebreak Tournaments, Fast4, and One-on-One Doubles offer players a chance to play competitively in one-day and abbreviated tournaments rather than giving up an entire weekend.
Alternative formats include torunament styles such as:
One day tournaments that include seeds and draw sheets (main draw and consolation), but matches are best of three tiebreaks.
There are various types of adult tournaments for players of all types. Find out more below!
Adult/Senior Age Division Tournament Tennis offers men and women the opportunity to individually compete in sanctioned tennis tournaments in five year increments, for example; 30 through 90. Age division tournaments offer singles and doubles categories. Most guarantee players at least two matches in each division with a feed-in consolation.
NTRP (National Tennis Rating Program) tournaments offer players the ability to play tournaments at their appropriate NTRP rating level. Most USTA Florida tournaments offer all available NTRP levels from 2.5-5.0. These tournaments are grouped by level to provide the player with a competitive but comfortable opportunity to compete with others.
Includes the following divisions; father-son, father-daughter, mother-son, mother–daughter. Parent and child may enter if they are related; by blood, legal adoption, or current step relationship. A child may play with different parents in different tournaments or different divisions in a tournament. There is also a division with a minimum age restriction for parent.
The NTRP Nationals Championships are national adult tournaments that leverage the NTRP rating system as a way to create level-based competition at the 18 & over and 50 & over age groups. Each year, NTRP National Champions are crowned in men’s and women’s singles and doubles at the 3.0, 3.5, 4.0, 4.5 levels in both 18 & over and 50 & over age groups, as well as at the 5.0 level in the 18 & over division. Learn more below about how you can qualify for the 2020 NTRP National Championship.
Check out information on qualifying in Florida and upcoming qualifier tournaments below.
Players with self ratings “S” and Mixed ratings “M” do not qualify and will not be allowed to enter the 2020 USTA Florida NTRP Championships.
ADVANCING TO NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS*
Only players with a 2017, 2018, 2019 computer generated year end rating which includes a “C” rating, a “T” rating or an “A” rating.
USTA Florida supports various tournament series taking place throughout Florida. These tournaments often bring players from all over the globe to compete. Check out some of them below.
Super Senior Grand prix
The Super Senior Grand Prix Series originated over 25 years ago for senior male players 55 & Over to compete. The series attracts top players from around the US and overseas. Click the link below for upcoming tournaments.
Started over 10 years ago, the East Coast Swing is a series of Men’s 55 & Over Singles Tournaments. The events take place at various facilities on the East Coast of Florida each year. Click the link below for upcoming tournaments.
Each year East and West teams form up and face off to see who will capture the coveted Florida Cup. Age divisions start with 35 & over attracting some of the most competitive players. Click the link below for information regarding this years tournament.
The Les Grandes Dames is a series of USTA Category II tournaments. Women ranging in ages from 45 to 85 from all over the globe compete in the series each year. Click the link below for upcoming tournaments.