Adult Tennis

Players Ages 18 years and up

Get Fit and Make Connections

Whether you are a club player or a newbie to tennis, we can help you find a place to play and learn.

Adult Tennis includes activities for those 18 years and above. Our Association is excited about getting more players to stay in Conway to play tennis and develop the game in our area. If you are new to tennis and want to learn, check out our instructor page. If you are an experienced player and are looking for players to connect with, we hope to encourage that, too with email lists and facebook groups. Tennis is a great way to have fun, make social and business connections and get fit at any age

We can guide you through the many ways players can get started in the game, play and compete.

Some great resources include:

or contact the Conway Area Tennis Association to get started.


Players of any age can get individual or group lessons from a certified tennis instructor to help learn or develop a specific aspect of their game. We have some of the best certified instructors in the state!
Check out some of our local tennis instructors.

Play Days

Play Days are for the adults, too! The CATA works with local instructors to organize Play Days for players of all ages. They usually consist of a morning or an afternoon of supervised play designed to be fun and social. Check out our facebook page and watch for upcoming events like our Wooden Racquet Play Day.

League Tennis

USTA adult leagues run year-round offering the best in competition and camaraderie for recreational players, leading to sectional and national championships. The average team consists of 12 to 16 players.
League play divides teams into multiple age groups, with multiple levels of ability in each age group. Age ranges for men’s and women’s teams are 18 & over, 40 & over, 55 & over, 70 & over and 80 & over. Combination (men & women) teams and interim teams are also part of league play.

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More tournaments are being designed to fit modern lifestyles – shortened formats and half-day events are options offered in a mix of more traditional, multiday events.

One of CATA’s goals is to organize tournaments in the Conway Area. Potential tournaments include:

Toad Suck Daze Tennis Tournament: Non- Sactioned Recreational Tournament during Toad Suck Daze, open to non-USTA members.

Jack Logan Memorial Tournament (A.K.A. Conway Tennis Ball) Recreational nonsanctioned, one day format tournament for multiple levels of play.