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Action Wraps Up at USTA Adult League Championships

It wasn’t a televised event, but for those playing in USTA Adult League Championships this past weekend, it felt more like the US Open than a recreational league.

USTA Adult League Championships wrapped up in Middle States this weekend, as 60 teams battled in non-stop competitive action at three New Jersey sites. In the end, 12 teams earned a chance to represent Middle States at USTA League National Championships, which begin next month and run through late-October.

First- and second-place district teams at each level are listed below. Official champion and finalist team photos can be found here and also on the Middle States Facebook page.

2.5 Men

Winner: PATD
Finalist: CPD

2.5 Women

Winner: PATD
Finalist: NJD

3.0 Men

Winner: NJD
Finalist: CPD

3.0 Women

Winner: DD
Finalist: NJD

3.5 Men

Winner: CPD
Finalist: NJD

3.5 Women

Winner: PATD
Finalist: NJD

4.0 Men

Winner: NJD
Runner Up: AMD

4.0 Women

Winner: CPD
Runner Up: AMD

4.5 Men

Winner: PATD
Finalist: EPD

4.5 Women

Winner: PATD
Finalist: CPD

5.0 Men

Winner: PATD
Finalist: CPD

5.0 Women

Winner: CPD
Runner Up: PATD

The first set of National Championships will take place Sept. 28-30 when the 5.0 and 2.5 adult levels compete in California. For a complete National Championships schedule, click here.

USTA League, the country’s largest recreational tennis league, has more than 330,000 players nationwide competing in match play, meeting new people and enjoying the team aspect of the game. To find out more about USTA League Tennis or find a team in Middle States, click here.

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