Queens mixed 2011 rules

  • Register Online using your USTA membership # and 10 digit team code
  • Registration deadline: March 1, 2011
  • Team Match Fees ($29 per player per match) – all fees must be paid in full by February 21, 2011. Failure to pay team fees by the deadline will result in match cancellation and/or players being excluded from future Metrotennis CTA league play.  NOTE: Matches played prior to the deadline must be paid for by 3pm the day prior to the match date.
  • Match fees are paid online: USTA League Tennis -> Queens League -> Pay for matches.
  • Rescheduling Courts: Each team may request to re-schedule a maximum of 3 courts per season. NOTE: You can only re-schedule one court per match — 3rd doubles. All re-schedule requests must be submitted no later than February 10, 2011. One date will be given for the re-schedule. If either team can not make the re-schedule date, the requesting team must forfeit.
  • Warm ups may take no more than fifteen minutes, including service practice. If a player arrives on court prior to the default time, they are only entitled to a 5 minute warm-up. Under no circumstances may a match start more than 20 minutes past the match start time.
  • FIVE MINUTE RULE: if 5 minutes or more remain before the end of the match, you MUST start and attempt to complete the next game. If less than 5 minutes remain, do NOT start a new game.
  • Tentative Playoff Dates
    The playoff schedule is determined at the sole discretion of the league coordinator and may be altered. All teams will be notified of the exact dates once they are finalized.

    1. District playoffs: tbd (National Tennis Center)
    2. Regional Playoffs: May 14 & 15, 2011 (National Tennis Center)
    3. Eastern Section Championships : June 3 – 5, 2012 in Schenectady
    4. National Mixed Doubles – Tucson AZ. : 6.0, 8.0, 10.0 – November 18-20; 7.0 & 9.0 – November 11-13

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Queens 2011

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