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How does a TennisSF.com Season / League run?


      The league advertises the season dates and builds a queue of committed players for the season.


Kickoff Day

      The start day of the season, players are sent a kickoff email that contains important information about the league, the link where your league standings and players contact information. We guarantee 6 playing partners at your playing level, but have been averaging closer to 15+ partners in most cities. The number of different levels we run is solely based upon the number of players enrolled for the league kickoff. Typically we are running a Skilled-3.0, Competitive-3.5 and Advanced-4.0 in most cities.


Your Task - "Flexible Scheduling"

Myself__there_
Member Since 04/02/12
Beautiful game in Golden Gate park blue skies and sunshine.
V. Arnone TennisSF.com

      After this kickoff email is sent, it is the player's task to communicate with other players. Players should work with their partners to find an agreeable time and location to play the match. While TennisSF.com doesn't mandate your playing schedule, it is recommended that players schedule at least one match per week. By request of the players, we started to allow players to play 1 rematch per season. The regular season is all about playing as much as you can. As of Aug. 25th, 2014 we've had 293 players play more than 20 matches in a season.


Where to Play?

       Play at your local free tennis courts, tennis parks, condo courts or tennis clubs. The league strongly suggests that players jointly try to pick a tennis court location convenient to both. We provide an extensive list of tennis courts, including # of courts, lighting, hitting walls, etc. We strive to keep this list up-to-date.

       TennisSF.com sets up a must play dates to push players out on the courts. The final deadline is the date marking the end of the season, at which point players with 3-5 wins (Actually total is specified on the division page) will qualify for a post-season playoff to determine the league champion.


Default Schedule

Match #1 to be completed by This is an Example Schedule
  #1  R.  Federer  vs.  YOU
  #2  R.  Nadal  vs.  J.  McEnroe
  #3  J.  Connors  vs.  N.  Djokovic
  #4  A.  Roddick  vs.  M.  Fish
  #5  S.  Edberg  vs.  I.  Lendl
  #6  P.  Sampras  vs.  A.  Agassi
  #7  J.  Isner  vs.  P.  Rafter
  R.  Laver  gets  a  bye

How to Play?

       Players can use three mostly standard playing formats: 2 out of 3 sets, 2 sets with 10 point super tie-breaker or the 10-game pro set (First to 10, used when court time is limited). 

Dad___de_young_museum
Member Since 02/16/09
As an erratic and somewhat old time player with TennisSF, I have had nothing but the greatest experiences. TennisSF makes the program simple and easy to connect with tennis players in the area.
M. Del Rosario TennisSF.com

Playoffs

       Each season concludes with a playoffs where players with anywhere from 3 to 5 season wins qualifies for a single elimination tourney.  The champion is awarded based upon the league Prize Pool. Each singles league champion also receives a playing entry into the National Tourney which is already scheduled for Crandon Park Tennis Center in Key Biscayne - Nov. 1-3, 2013.


Join Today!!

      Full price is $34.95 to play in a season, BUT the earlier you sign up we typically offer discounts during these tougher economic times. Just go to the Join Page and complete the short form. We'd be happy to find you dedicated tennis playing partners.

 
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