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||World Team Tennis
This is a fast-paced and social coed league for players 18 years and up. A
USTA Membership is not required. Each event is a 1-2 day tournament.
The winner of each event at each NTRP level
competing will have the chance to compete in a National Qualifier.
Weekend Event for 2013
June 29-30 - $20/player (+$3 active.com processing fee)
June 29 - 3.0 and 4.0 levels
June 30 - 3.5 and 4.5 levels
World Team Tennis Format
Each match consists of one set of men's singles and one set of womens singles
followed by one set of men's doubles and one set of womens doubles, followed
by two sets of mixed doubles. Team competition will consist of six no-ad sets:
starting with one set of men's doubles and one set of women's doubles,
followed by one set of men's singles and one set of women's singles, followed
by two mixed doubles matches, each playing one set.
We are offering four divisions: 3.0, 3.5, 4.0 and 4.5. The level you play
is decided by the average NTRP rating of the top two men and top two women on
your team. See the
World Team Tennis
Regulations for additional information.
Teams must have a minimum of four (4) players (2 men, 2 women) registered
on the team prior to their first team match. Teams can have up to ten players.
How to form a team
||Find a group of players that
you would like to have on your team
||Determine your NTRP level and
decide your team name
the USTA Colorado League Coordinator overseeing World Team Tennis. Request a
team to be created. Please include the event, NTRP level and team name.
||When you receive
confirmation that the team has been created, you and your teammates can
register for the team.
||If you are unable
to form a team but would still like to play, please
contact the World Team Tennis Coordinator for assistance.
Fun facts about World Team Tennis
All players can be involved in singles, doubles
and mixed doubles during each team match
Player substitutions are allowed at any time during a match
On-court coaching is encouraged
No such thing as a let serve
No-ad scoring, overtime, and sudden-death points make play
Total Games Won scoring format makes every game count
Division winners may advance to their choice of a WTT
Match results do not count toward NTRP ratings
USTA membership is not required
Even the pros are playing World Team Tennis! To learn more, visit WTT.com.
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