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April 19, 2019
In this Adult League Alert!
  Schedules are now available for USTA Adult 55 & Over
  Important reminders for 2019 League Tennis
  Captains Information
  Upcoming Deadlines
  Facility Usage Reports - Denver Coordinators
  Become an Official


Schedules are now available for USTA Adult 55 & Over
Match schedules are now available on TennisLink for USTA Adult 55 & Over. Note: The various geographic areas within Colorado have slightly different dates by which schedules will be published. If your schedules are not available yet, please see the specific date that the schedules will be published on the calendar. To view your match schedules simply login to TennisLink, scroll down and click on your team. On the next screen, there will be a button for match schedules toward the center of the screen.

Important Dates for USTA Adult 55 & Over:

  • Score entry deadline - July 7 at 11:59pm
  • District Championships - July 19-21
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Important reminders for 2019 League Tennis
  • No More Coman Tiebreak Procedure in Colorado - All league matches in Colorado will use the standard tiebreak procedure instead of the Coman. Players change sides of the court every 6 points. The first person to serve, serves one point to the deuce side of the court (do not change sides after the 1st point). Every subsequent server will serve two points, starting from the ad-side of the court. Any tiebreak at the end of the 1st or 2nd set is still first to 7 by 2. The match tiebreak in lieu of a 3rd set is still first to 10 by 2. At the end of any set, doubles partners may change their serving order. This includes at the beginning of a match tiebreak in lieu of a 3rd set.
     
  • Reschedule Rule: Matches may only be rescheduled for situations that fall under the "Mandatory Reschedule Requirements" (See USTA Colorado District League Regulations 10.00 and 11.00).
     
  • Other Important Changes for 2019 - Click here
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Captains' Information
CLICK HERE to go to the Captains' Information page. Captains should read over all rules and regulations as well as The Code.

Captains' Phone Numbers
Can't see captains' phone numbers?
All captains and co-captains will be able to see opposing team captains' phone numbers on the match schedules as long as they have logged in to TennisLink. If the phone numbers do not appear, please make sure you are logged in.

Directions for away matches
Please see our Court Locator for directions to any of the sites that will be hosting league matches. This is the most accurate location to find maps and directions to the opposing teams' site. Do not rely on the address listed in TennisLink, as those addresses are based on the mailing address for the organization and not the physical address for the tennis courts.

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Upcoming Deadlines

USTA Adult 40 & Over
Minimum of 8 players per team
Denver Metro – May 3
Northern Colorado – May 3
Southern Colorado – May 3
Western Slope – May 24
Aspen / Mountains – May 31

CTA Adult 18-39
Minimum of 4 players per team
Denver Metro – May 3
Southern Colorado – May 3
Western Slope – May 24
Aspen / Mountains – June 7

CTA Women's 2.5 League
Minimum of 5 players per team
Denver Metro – May 3
Northern Colorado – May 3
Southern Colorado – May 3
Aspen / Mountains – May 31

USTA Mixed 40 & Over
Minimum of 6 players per team
Denver Metro – May 3
Northern Colorado – May 3
Southern Colorado – May 3

CTA Tri-Level (Northern Colorado Pilot League)
Minimum of 6 players per team
Northern Colorado – May 3

Click here to view all important dates and deadlines
Click here for captain information
Click here for important 2019 league changes

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Facility Usage Reports - Denver Coordinators
Facility coordinators who need the facility usage report can download that information from the Facility Coordinator Information page.

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Would you like to become an Official?
The Colorado Tennis Umpires Association (CTUA) is looking for a few good women and men to become USTA certified tennis officials in Colorado. If you have the desire to give back to the tennis game you love, work well with juniors through seniors, and have 20/20 eyesight, we encourage you to pursue it. You can learn more by going to the CTUA website and reviewing the process. You can fill out an inquiry form on the site, and the CTUA will contact you. Click HERE to view the required steps.

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Have a great league season!
 

USTA Colorado League Department
Jason Rogers League Programs Director
Taylor McKinley League Programs Manager
Kate James League Coordinator
Nick Taylor League Coordinator
   
USTA Flex League
Linda Schley USTA Flex League Coordinator
   
Outlying Area League Coordinators
Diane Westlind Northern Colorado
Jean Orton Southern Colorado
Susan Swarmer Southern Colorado
Shelley Freeman Aspen / Mountains
Kathy Elliott Western Slope

Note: Replies to this email will be sent to support@coloradotennis.com. To contact the League Department, please use one of the email addresses above.
 
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