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Welcome to the official web site of USTA Kansas

We are working to serve you better! The purpose of the USTA Kansas is to promote the sport of tennis as a means of recreation, good health, and sportsmanship by facilitating league programs, tournaments, and other tennis-related events and activities. These programs are offered for adults, juniors, seniors, in addition to mentally or physically handicapped athletes.

Use this site to get latest information on events and activities going on throughout the state. Our hope is that this information will help you get involved in the great sport of tennis.

2016-2017 KS Adult League Schedule

Click to see the 2016 Award List



USTA/Kansas Annual meeting and Awards Presentation will be held Sunday November 13, 2016 at Terradyne Country Club and Resort, 1400 Terradyne Drive, Andover, KS 67002.


Executive Board meeting  and election of officers …..  10:00 – 11:00 A.M.


Staff Meeting with Board  ….. 11:00 – 11:50 A.M.


Buffet luncheon begins at noon.   Awards Presentation follows.


Please send confirmation of your attendance to Diana Christman, dchristman10s@att.net  or

call 785-357-8480 on or before Sunday November 6, 2016. 


View the 2017 Calendar of Events

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Local Coach Named to No-Cut Coach All-Star Team

The United States Tennis Association (USTA) today announced its 2016 No-Cut Coach All-Star Team, which includes Stu Reece of Lees Summit, Mo., who coaches at Lees Summit North High School. Read More

Sock to Be Honored with Sportsmanship Award

Sock to Be Honored with Sportsmanship Award Download Document

Tulsa 6.0 League Team Finishes 2nd at Nationals

The men’s tennis team from Tulsa, Oklahoma, representing the USTA Missouri Valley Section, finished second at the USTA League Adult 55 & Over 6.0 National Championships held at the Surprise Tennis & Racquet Complex in Surprise, Ariz. Read More

Junior players have success in HS State Tourneys

Over the weekend, USTA junior players around the USTA Missouri Valley had success in high school state tournaments. Players in Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska all had success. Congratulations, and we look forward to seeing you back in USTA tournaments soon! Read More