Spring 2007 World Team Tennis Recreation League
Michelle Via and Charles Gray announce plans to run the 2007 World Team Tennis Season from the first week of March to the end of April (length of season will be dependent upon the number of teams). There must be a minimum of four teams in each division. Registration will be open for 2.5, 3.0, 3.5 and 4.0 levels. The format features co-ed teams competing in six sets: Men’s and Women’s doubles, Men’s and Women’s singles and Mixed Doubles. The unique format includes no-ad scoring, substitution and coaching. Players interested in forming a team for March of 2007 should contact Michelle Via.
3.0 to 3.5 Mixed Drop-In Round Robin
The 3.0-3.5 Public Courts Tennis Ladder participants have organized a “drop-in tennis” league. Drop-in leagues are designed to match random players of similar ability at a designated time and place. With drop-in tennis, there is no need to form a team or commit to a set league schedule. You just “drop-in” for a pick up game. Currently, the Drop-In group meets every Thursday at 6 PM.
USTA Richmond League
USA League Tennis (United States Tennis Association) is the nation’s largest recreational tennis program. USA League Tennis provides organized, competitive matches for adults of all ability levels. Teams consist of either all women or all men (or mixed doubles), and because all teams are set up according to NTRP rating, you’re always sure that you’ll be facing off against someone of comparable ability.
- USTA Leagues (also see USTA/Mid-Atlantic )
- Richmond USTA Tennis Leagues
Henrico Adult Summer Tennis League
Check back Spring 2007! For ages 18+. Enjoy a summer evening with a game of tennis one night a week! Sign up for the Singles Tennis League and compete against players of a similar level of play. The U.S.T.A. rating system will be used to group the level of play. If you are not sure of your rating, then please indicate whether you are advanced, intermediate, or beginner. Matches will be scheduled for Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, or Thursdays at 6 p.m. or 8 p.m., beginning June 26, ending August 5. Freeman and Hermitage High Schools. $15. Registration ends June 19. More details go to forehead.