TennisLadders.NET is a website built by tennis players, for tennis players. We have active tennis ladders in over 250 cities across the globe. Many of the players who have met through this website are now great friends or business associates. This is a place to record your wins, losses and find competitive matches to play while expanding your tennis network. It's hard to meet new players, and this site connects us together while encouraging match play. Joining your local tennis ladder is a great way to compete, have fun and get exercise. Join your local tennis ladder and start growing your tennis network today. Thousands of players are ready to receive your challenge match invitation. We exist to provide a healthy and reliable medium for tennis enthuiasts to connect over the court.

Join one or join Multiple Tennis Ladders, and find your place at your desired skill level.

We support the USTA

TennisLadders.NET supports the United States Tennis Association. The USTA has served as inspiration for these tennis ladders. The USTA is dedicated to improving the quality of life among our nation’s youth, people with disabilities and growing the game in general.

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Meet The Founder

Paul created TennisLadders.NET in an effort to meet new players and to provide a way for local tennis enthusiasts to connect. He formed the first tennis ladder in Santa Monica, CA, which now has over 200 members. He founded a USTA league team in the area which he led to the Southern California Sectional playoffs at Indian Wells, and started developing his tennis network from there. Growing up he played on his high school tennis team at Cherry Creek High School in Denver, CO. It was there that he discovered his love for the tennis ladder. Paul has a Bachelors degree in Computer Science from the University of Colorado at Boulder, and a Masters degree in Business Administration from Pepperdine University. He spends his free time bicycling, working on this website and of course, playing ladder matches. Paul has been featured on the Parenting Aces Radio Show, and currently sits on the Tennis Advisory Board for City of Mountain View.

Paul Ferguson
Chief Tennis Officer