Fed Cup 2019 - asheville

World-class tennis is returning to Asheville where team USA will take on Australia! We’ve got the scoop on tickets, volunteer opportunities and much more. Check it out!


This calendar will be updated with events from ATA, Aston Park, and local Asheville tennis clubs including tournament and league play. Click on an entry for more details!


Spring Registration is now open for Western NC USTA Leagues! Have you formed your teams and contacted all your players? Team rosters must be set by February 28, 2019. Season runs March 10 thru May 25. Click here for more information on spring league for women, and here for spring league for men.

If you plan on captaining or co-captaining any USTA league teams during the year 2019, please plan on attending the WNC Captains' Meeting on Sunday, Feb. 17 from 3-5 pm at the Clarion Inn, Asheville Airport Exit. We will have WNC area CTA representatives at the meeting to share info on their area tennis happenings and a meet & greet. Please RSVP your attendance to Bevie Walker, WNC USTA Local League Coordinator, at

Asheville Tennis Association named CTA of the year in NC

The Asheville Tennis Association (ATA) was awarded the Community Tennis Association (CTA) of the Year by the United States Tennis Association - North Carolina at its annual Community Tennis Development Workshop in Greensboro September 29th. The ATA was recognized for several achievements, including the following:

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  • The ATA involvement in recruiting volunteers for the Fed Cup tie in Asheville versus The Netherlands in February. Over 100 volunteers were scheduled, and over 60 were unfortunately turned away. Jeff Joyce served as the Fed Cup Volunteer Coordinator.

  • Serving the Underserved was this year's motto, with the ATA serving the Parks and Recreation Playground Program during the summer months with tennis instruction. Debbie Southern led this effort.

  • Several sessions of Try Tennis for adults, the 6 week instructional program to get folks off the couch and on the court. This program led to over 100 new players taking the courts. This was a collaboration with Aston Park, with Laura Loftis providing the courts.

  • New youth summer program in the Erwin Community, led by Chuck Johnson. This is a part of an effort to rejuvenate tennis in Erwin and to get the Boys Team back up and running.

  • Kathy Hurley and Debbie Southern serving as Tournament Co-Chairs, were instrumental in re-booting the Asheville Open, which led to increases in entries in both the Adult and Junior Opens. Lewis Isaac and the rest of the ATA Board served as volunteers for the AO, along with the Tournament Committee.

The ATA has had a great year meeting its mission of "Promoting and Developing the Growth of Tennis in the Asheville area".