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SPRING 

TOURNAMENT

February 24-26, 2023

Scottsdale Ranch Park

  • Matches start as early as 9:00 a.m.

  • Round robin format - 4 to 6 matches 

  • Register as a team OR

  • Register as a Lone Wolf and we will find you a team!

  • Winners advance to WTT National Qualifier Tournament

  • Player gift and party!

Only:

$49 

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SUMMER 
TOURNAMENT

Thurs, Fri Sat nights 

June 1-3, 2023, Location TBD

  • Matches start as early as 6:00 p.m.

  • Round robin format - 4 to 6 matches 

  • Register as a team OR

  • Register as a Lone Wolf and we will find you a team!

  • Winners advance to WTT National Qualifier Tournament

  • Player gift and party!

Only:

$49

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FALL

TOURNAMENT

November 18-20, 2022

Phoenix Tennis Center

  • Matches may start as early as 8 AM

  • Round robin format - 4 to 6 matches 

  • Register as a team OR

  • Register as a Lone Wolf and we will find you a team!

  • Winners advance to WTT National Qualifier Tournament

  • Player gift and party!

Only:

$56

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What is World Team Tennis?

WTT is a Co-ed team format that consists of 6 no-ad sets per team match played on 2 courts. First up: one set each of men's and women's doubles.  Then: one set each of men's and women's singles. Last: 2 sets of mixed doubles. Total games won from all sets determines the winner (not necessarily the set winner.) Substitutions and coaching are allowed during the match. Click here to view all WTT Rules

 

What is a WTT team?

A team must have three men and three women, as a minimum. This allows for periods of rest and subbing in matches.

 

Who can play?

Adults (18 & over) may sign up as a team or as an individual.

 

When do matches start?

Matches for Fall and Spring Tournaments may begin as early as 6pm on Friday evening.

Summer Tournament begins Thursday night

 

 

What Divisions (levels of play) are offered?

3.5, 4.0 and 4.5 and below

 

Determining Team Rating

The average NTRP rating of the top two men and top two women players on your team determines the team rating.

 

 Example:

 Joe- 4.5     Mary- 3.5

 Tom- 4.5    Jill-3.5

 Bill- 4.0      Gail- 3.5

 Joe- 4.5     Nancy- 3.5

 Jim- 3.5     Joan- 3.0

 

The top two NTRP rated men and top two NTRP rated women averaged: 

4.5 man + 4.5 man + 3.5 woman + 3.5 woman = 16. 16 divided by 4 equals 4.0.

All other men must be 4.5 or lower.  All other women must be 3.5 or lower.

This team could register for the 4.0 division or a higher division. A team consists of a minimum of two men and two women. Although the limit to the number of team members is ten, the suggested number of players is 3-4 men and 3-4 women. Click here to determine your NTRP level.

 

Where do we play?

Each Tournament location is set independently and posted above.

Can I register as an individual/substitute/team?

You can register as an individual (we will make every effort to find an existing team for you to join in any given season), as part of a partial team (we will assign other players to complete your team), or a full team. If you cannot commit to the entire season, we will place you on a substitute list. You will be called by myself or a team captain in the event they need a replacement player.

 

Note to substitute players:

Subs may be permitted subject to NTRP rules.  Please request more information.

 

Why register via the Internet?

You are not an official league participant until you have registered online. When you register via the Internet site you will be e-mailed league information during the season and your WTT Member Benefits (WTT Point of Contact Newsletter, discounts on hotel, rental cars, 2 for 1 tickets, plus more).

 

What is the cost?

between $45 and $60 depending on event.

See registration link for fee.

 

League winners qualify for a National Qualifier?

Winning teams advance to the WTT National Qualifiers. Your team is eligible to participate in a NQ for up to one year from the end date of your league. For every four (4) teams in any official World TeamTennis (WTT) local league division, one (1) team will be eligible to participate in a NQ. Click here for more details.

 

For more information contact:

Kelly Ferris - ferris@southwest.usta.com