Started in 1985, more than 1 million players of all ages and abilities have participated in WTT community programs, events, and competitions. The format features coed teams competing with no-ad scoring, substitution, and coaching.
The WTT Community Tennis program features year-round leagues that provide playing opportunities in parks, schools, clubs and tennis facilities in hundreds of locations throughout the country. All players compete to qualify for National Qualifiers and the National Championships. Learn more about WTT Community Tennis or join a league near you.
The WTT format is used for the USTA Tennis On Campus program which features more than 50,000 college students competing nationwide in intramural and intercollegiate clubs. Since its inception in 2000, Tennis On Campus has grown significantly and today is played on more than 700 college campuses across the country. Developed by the USTA in partnership with NIRSA and World TeamTennis, the Tennis On Campus program gives college students the opportunity to build leadership skills, network in a coed sports environment, and compete on a college team without the rigors of playing in a varsity program. Learn more about USTA Tennis on Campus.
The WTT Junior Nationals, which began in 1996 and is hosted by WTT co-founder Billie Jean King, is a national junior invitational event featuring 16 coed teams from throughout the United States. The teams, representing juniors ages 14-18, play the World TeamTennis format during their three days of non-elimination draw competition. The event places a strong emphasis on teamwork and sportsmanship. Learn more about the WTT Junior Nationals.
X TeamTennis is also geared toward high school players and features an accelerated and exciting twist on the WTT format with teams of one boy and one girl representing their schools. Learn more about X TeamTennis.