The Columbia Tennis League is the local organization of the USTA in the Columbia, South Carolina metropolitan area. The league features organized competition throughout the year for adults, seniors and children. The adult, senior and junior team tennis leagues compete in the spring and fall. The Mixed Doubles and Combo Doubles and Singles leagues compete in early and late summer.

CalendarFall League

CTL fall league schedules have been published for 18, 40, 55 and 65 age groups. Please see the CTL official announcement for details.

Play is offered for 18 & Over, 40 & Over, 55 & Over, 65 & Over and 75 & Over divisions. Player fees range from $3-20, depending on the division. Please see the captain's letter for more infomation.

Please refer to the calendar to the right for the schedule for divisions large enough to require championship playoffs, held November 16 & 23.

Junior Tennis

CTL is has offerings available this fall for young players (and wannabe players) too. Please check out the Junior Team Tennis page for more info.

Combo Doubles

Combo Doubles play has has concluded. Good luck to our teams in the playoffs!

Tennis Apprentice 2

If you or someone you know is interested in playing league tennis, but not sure how to go about it, TA2 is a program that teaches you everything you need to know about league tennis. Come join the fun!


CTL has published the 2019 Newletter - lots of good info in there. Please check it out!

Wheelchair/Adaptive Tennis Lessons

The Windermere Tennis Club is offering FREE tennis lessons for youth to adults for wheelchair/adaptive tennis. Sport Wheelchairs will be available in youth to adult sizes. Please call the Windermere Tennis Club to schedule a lesson and for more information. 803-754-1715.


The Columbia Tennis League welcomes all people who play, watch, support or enjoy the game of tennis into our events, programs, membership and leadership and will not discriminate against any person on the basis of age, sex, race, ethnicity, creed, sexual orientation, color, physical condition or national origin.  Moreover, we believe that the growth of tennis hinges on effective outreach to groups that have not traditionally been heavily involved in the sport and we will actively solicit and support the participation of such groups.