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Team Tennis

Saturday Women

The Saturday Women’s League is a league full of players with vast amounts of experience. The league is open to Women 18 and older and plays on Saturday 2 times a year. Each dual meet consists of five doubles matches. Each season includes seven weeks of regular play with a four-week playoff to determine the city champions. Champions of each level move on the state championship. Winners from each state proceed to MITB Tennis Team National Championship. National Championship will rotate each year between the 16 states. Teams are formed and organized by individual members of the teams and play out various courts around the area. Each team must have a minimum of twelve women. Once registered, teams will be assigned a level/flight by MITB Sports and placed in a division with a schedule of play for the season. Playing levels consist of 31 levels ranging from 3.0 to 6.0 to ensure sandbagging is controlled to the fullest.

Team placement is determined by the average of all player’s usta rating. If a player does not have a USTA rating, players will be researched to the fullest in other flex league to determine their rating. In order to control sandbagging to the fullest, any player that has no tennis history in any league will be assigned a rating of 6.0, until it can be proven otherwise.  At MITB Sports, we have seen and understand, teams will recruit players with no history and try to rate them as low as possible in order to sandbag. If you would not like your player to be assigned 6.0, please have them play in other leagues to generate some type of rating.

Seasons

Spring March 27-July 10

No Play on April 3, May 8, May 29, June 19, and July 3

Fall October 9-December 18

No Play on November 27

Format

Five Lines of Doubles

Date Played

Saturday @ 1:00 p.m.

Age

18+

 

Senior Day Women

The Senior Day Women’s League is a league full of players with vast amounts of experience. The league is open to Women 55 and older and plays on Monday’s 2 times a year. Each dual meet consists of three doubles matches. Each season includes seven weeks of regular play with a four-week playoff to determine the city champions. Champions of each level move on the state championship. Winners from each state proceed to MITB Tennis Team National Championship. National Championship will rotate each year between the 16 states. Teams are formed and organized by individual members of the teams and play out various courts around the area. Each team must have a minimum of eight women. Once registered, teams will be assigned a level/flight by MITB Sports and placed in a division with a schedule of play for the season. Playing levels consist of 31 levels ranging from 3.0 to 6.0 to ensure sandbagging is controlled to the fullest.

Team placement is determined by the average of all player’s usta rating. If a player does not have a USTA rating, players will be researched to the fullest in other flex league to determine their rating. In order to control sandbagging to the fullest, any player that has no tennis history in any league will be assigned a rating of 6.0, until it can be proven otherwise.  At MITB Sports, we have seen and understand, teams will recruit players with no history and try to rate them as low as possible in order to sandbag. If you would not like your player to be assigned 6.0, please have them play in other leagues to generate some type of rating.

Seasons

Spring March 22-July 5

No Play on March 29, May 3, May 31, June 21, and June 28

Fall October 4-December 20

No Play on November 29

Format

Three Lines of Doubles

Date Played

Monday’s @ 10 a.m.

Age

55+

Senior Women

The Senior Women’s League is a league full of players with vast amounts of experience. The league is open to Women 45 and older and plays on Tuesday’s 2 times a year. Each dual meet consists of three doubles matches. Each season includes seven weeks of regular play with a four-week playoff to determine the city champions. Champions of each level move on the state championship. Winners from each state proceed to MITB Tennis Team National Championship. National Championship will rotate each year between the 16 states. Teams are formed and organized by individual members of the teams and play out various courts around the area. Each team must have a minimum of ten women. Once registered, teams will be assigned a level/flight by MITB Sports and placed in a division with a schedule of play for the season. Playing levels consist of 31 levels ranging from 3.0 to 6.0 to ensure sandbagging is controlled to the fullest.

Team placement is determined by the average of all player’s usta rating. If a player does not have a USTA rating, players will be researched to the fullest in other flex league to determine their rating. In order to control sandbagging to the fullest, any player that has no tennis history in any league will be assigned a rating of 6.0, until it can be proven otherwise.  At MITB Sports, we have seen and understand, teams will recruit players with no history and try to rate them as low as possible in order to sandbag. If you would not like your player to be assigned 6.0, please have them play in other leagues to generate some type of rating.

Seasons

Spring March 23-July 6

No Play on March 30, May 4, June 1, June 22, and June 29

Fall October 5-December 21

No Play on November 23

Format

Three Lines of Doubles

Date Played

Tuesday’s @ 6:30pm

Age

45+

Wednesday Women

The Wednesday Women’s League is a league full of players with vast amounts of experience. The league is open to Women 18 and older and plays on Wednesday’s 2 times a year. Each dual meet consists of five doubles matches. Each season includes seven weeks of regular play with a four-week playoff to determine the city champions. Champions of each level move on the state championship. Winners from each state proceed to MITB Tennis Team National Championship. National Championship will rotate each year between the 16 states. Teams are formed and organized by individual members of the teams and play out various courts around the area. Each team must have a minimum of twelve women. Once registered, teams will be assigned a level/flight by MITB Sports and placed in a division with a schedule of play for the season. Playing levels consist of 31 levels ranging from 3.0 to 6.0 to ensure sandbagging is controlled to the fullest.

Team placement is determined by the average of all player’s usta rating. If a player does not have a USTA rating, players will be researched to the fullest in other flex league to determine their rating. In order to control sandbagging to the fullest, any player that has no tennis history in any league will be assigned a rating of 6.0, until it can be proven otherwise.  At MITB Sports, we have seen and understand, teams will recruit players with no history and try to rate them as low as possible in order to sandbag. If you would not like your player to be assigned 6.0, please have them play in other leagues to generate some type of rating.

Seasons

Spring March 24-July 7

No Play on March 31, May 5, June 2, June 23, and June 30

Fall October 6-December 29

No Play on November 24 and December 22

Format

Five Lines of Doubles

Date Played

Wednesday’s @ 9:30 a.m.

Age

18+

Junior Girls

The Junior Girls League is a league full of players with vast amounts of experience. The league is open to Girls 8 to 18 years old and plays on Sunday 2 times a year. Each dual meet consists of two singles and three doubles matches. Each season includes seven weeks of regular play with a four-week playoff to determine the city champions. Champions of each level move on the state championship. Winners from each state proceed to MITB Tennis Team National Championship. National Championship will rotate each year between the 16 states. Teams are formed and organized by individual members of the teams and play out various courts around the area. Each team must have a minimum of ten girls. Once registered, teams will be assigned a level/flight by MITB Sports and placed in a division with a schedule of play for the season. Playing levels consist of 31 levels ranging from 3.0 to 6.0 to ensure sandbagging is controlled to the fullest.

Team placement is determined by the age and level of the junior player.

Seasons

Spring March 28-July 11

No Play on April 4, May 9, May 30, June 20, and July 4

Fall October 10-December 19

No Play on November 28

Format

2 Singles & 3 Doubles lines

Date Played

Sunday @ 1:30 p.m.

Age

8 to 18

Team Tennis

The Sunday Men’s League is a league full of players with vast amounts of experience. The league is open to Men 18 and older and plays on Sunday 2 times a year. Each dual meet consists of five doubles matches. Each season includes seven weeks of regular play with a four-week playoff to determine the city champions. Champions of each level move on the state championship. Winners from each state proceed to MITB Tennis Team National Championship. National Championship will rotate each year between the 16 states. Teams are formed and organized by individual members of the teams and play out various courts around the area. Each team must have a minimum of twelve men. Once registered, teams will be assigned a level/flight by MITB Sports and placed in a division with a schedule of play for the season. Playing levels consist of 31 levels ranging from 3.0 to 6.0 to ensure sandbagging is controlled to the fullest.

Team placement is determined by the average of all player’s usta rating. If a player does not have a USTA rating, players will be researched to the fullest in other flex league to determine their rating. In order to control sandbagging to the fullest, any player that has no tennis history in any league will be assigned a rating of 6.0, until it can be proven otherwise.  At MITB Sports, we have seen and understand, teams will recruit players with no history and try to rate them as low as possible in order to sandbag. If you would not like your player to be assigned 6.0, please have them play in other leagues to generate some type of rating.

Seasons
Spring March 28-July 11
No Play on April 4, May 9, May 30, June 20, and July 4

Fall October 10-December 19
No Play on November 28

Format
Five Lines of Doubles

Date Played
Sunday @ 9:00 a.m.

Age
18 & Over

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Senior Day Men

The Senior Day Men’s League is a league full of players with vast amounts of experience. The league is open to men 55 and older and plays on Friday’s 2 times a year. Each dual meet consists of three doubles matches. Each season includes seven weeks of regular play with a four-week playoff to determine the city champions. Champions of each level move on the state championship. Winners from each state proceed to MITB Tennis Team National Championship. National Championship will rotate each year between the 16 states. Teams are formed and organized by individual members of the teams and play out various courts around the area. Each team must have a minimum of eight men. Once registered, teams will be assigned a level/flight by MITB Sports and placed in a division with a schedule of play for the season. Playing levels consist of 31 levels ranging from 3.0 to 6.0 to ensure sandbagging is controlled to the fullest.

Team placement is determined by the average of all player’s usta rating. If a player does not have a USTA rating, players will be researched to the fullest in other flex league to determine their rating. In order to control sandbagging to the fullest, any player that has no tennis history in any league will be assigned a rating of 6.0, until it can be proven otherwise.  At MITB Sports, we have seen and understand, teams will recruit players with no history and try to rate them as low as possible in order to sandbag. If you would not like your player to be assigned 6.0, please have them play in other leagues to generate some type of rating.

Seasons

Spring March 26-July 9

No Play on April 2, May 7, May 28, June 18, and July 2

Fall October 8-December 27

No Play on November 26 and December 24

Format

Three Lines of Doubles

Date Played

Friday’s @ 10 a.m.

Age

55+

Senior Men

The Senior Men’s League is a league full of players with vast amounts of experience. The league is open to Men 45 and older and plays on Wednesday’s 2 times a year. Each dual meet consists of three doubles matches. Each season includes seven weeks of regular play with a four-week playoff to determine the city champions. Champions of each level move on the state championship. Winners from each state proceed to MITB Tennis Team National Championship. National Championship will rotate each year between the 16 states. Teams are formed and organized by individual members of the teams and play out various courts around the area. Each team must have a minimum of ten men. Once registered, teams will be assigned a level/flight by MITB Sports and placed in a division with a schedule of play for the season. Playing levels consist of 31 levels ranging from 3.0 to 6.0 to ensure sandbagging is controlled to the fullest.

Team placement is determined by the average of all player’s usta rating. If a player does not have a USTA rating, players will be researched to the fullest in other flex league to determine their rating. In order to control sandbagging to the fullest, any player that has no tennis history in any league will be assigned a rating of 6.0, until it can be proven otherwise.  At MITB Sports, we have seen and understand, teams will recruit players with no history and try to rate them as low as possible in order to sandbag. If you would not like your player to be assigned 6.0, please have them play in other leagues to generate some type of rating.

Seasons

Spring March 24-July 7

No Play on March 31, May 5, June 2, June 23, and June 30

Fall October 6-December 29

No Play on November 24 and December 22

Format

Three Lines of Doubles

Date Played

Wednesday’s @ 6:30pm

Age

45+

Junior Boys

The Junior Boy’s League is a league full of players with vast amounts of experience. The league is open to Boys 8 to 18 years old and plays on Sunday 2 times a year. Each dual meet consists of two singles and three doubles matches. Each season includes seven weeks of regular play with a four-week playoff to determine the city champions. Champions of each level move on the state championship. Winners from each state proceed to MITB Tennis Team National Championship. National Championship will rotate each year between the 16 states. Teams are formed and organized by individual members of the teams and play out various courts around the area. Each team must have a minimum of ten boys. Once registered, teams will be assigned a level/flight by MITB Sports and placed in a division with a schedule of play for the season. Playing levels consist of 31 levels ranging from 3.0 to 6.0 to ensure sandbagging is controlled to the fullest.

Team placement is determined by the age and level of the junior player.

Seasons

Spring March 28-July 11

No Play on April 4, May 9, May 30, June 20, and July 4

Fall October 10-December 19

No Play on November 28

Format

2 Singles & 3 Doubles lines

Date Played

Sunday @ 3:00 p.m.

Age

8 to 18

Mixed Doubles

The Mixed League is a league full of players with vast amounts of experience. The league is open to Men and Women 18 and older and plays on Saturday 1 times a year and Sunday the other part of the year.  Each dual meet consists of five doubles matches. Each season includes seven weeks of regular play with a four-week playoff to determine the city champions. Champions of each level move on the state championship. Winners from each state proceed to MITB Tennis Team National Championship. National Championship will rotate each year between the 16 states. Teams are formed and organized by individual members of the teams and play out various courts around the area. Each team must have a minimum of six men and six women. Once registered, teams will be assigned a level/flight by MITB Sports and placed in a division with a schedule of play for the season. Playing levels consist of 31 levels ranging from 3.0 to 6.0 to ensure sandbagging is controlled to the fullest.

Team placement is determined by the average of all player’s usta rating. If a player does not have a USTA rating, players will be researched to the fullest in other flex league to determine their rating. In order to control sandbagging to the fullest, any player that has no tennis history in any league will be assigned a rating of 6.0, until it can be proven otherwise.  At MITB Sports, we have seen and understand, teams will recruit players with no history and try to rate them as low as possible in order to sandbag. If you would not like your player to be assigned 6.0, please have them play in other leagues to generate some type of rating.

Seasons

Spring January 9-March 20

Fall July 18- October 3

No Play on September 5

Format

Five Lines of Doubles

Date Played

Spring Saturday @ 1:00 p.m.

Fall  Sunday @ 9:00 a.m.

Age

18+