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January 2022 Newsletter

Ann Wilde ann.w@houstontennis.org

Melinda Hampton melinda.h@houstontennis.org

 

LAST CALL!!!

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Fall JTT Season Standings

10U Beginner Orange Ball:  1, round rock tennis association. Duval charter football Walker; 2. Royal Oaks
10U Intermediate Orange Ball:  1. LLTC Orange; 2. Telfair
10U Intermediate Green Dot:  1. LLTC Eagles; 2. LLTC Green
12U Beginner: 1. Houstonian; 2. Enric
12U Intermediate:  1. Red Tornadoes; 2. Houstonian
14U Beginner: 1. Royal Oaks; 2, round rock tennis association. Maroon Tornadoes
18U Intermediate:  1. Houstonian; 2. Royal Oaks

 

Congratulations to the Houston 18U Junior Team Tennis Texas State Champions! The JTT team out of the Houstonian Club captured the title in Georgetown!

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2022 HTA Spring League Offerings

 

Tri Level

Tri Level
November 12-14
Homer Ford Tennis Center

Tournament Format

3 lines of doubles (one at each level)

Roster Guidelines

Roster minimum 6 players

Roster maximum 14 players

Use 2019 End of Year ratings

Players may participate on one team only

Levels Offered

Ladies & Men: 3.0/3.5/4.0 or 3.5/4.0/4.5

Important Dates

November 5th Have 6 players registered

November 9th Schedule posted on Tennislink

Tournament winners advance to USTA Texas Sectionals January 28-30

Location: Georgetown/Round Rock

Players must play at least one match locally to play at Sectionals.

National event for the 3.5/4.0/4.5 level only

*Not a National program so the move-up split does not apply*

IMPORTANT Rating Changes/Guidelines for Tri Level.  Please see attached document.   2022 Tri Level Rating Guidelines

Tri Level
November 12-14
Homer Ford Tennis Center

Tournament Format

3 lines of doubles (one at each level)

Roster Guidelines

Roster minimum 6 players

Roster maximum 14 players

Use 2019 End of Year ratings

Players may participate on one team only

Levels Offered

Ladies & Men: 3.0/3.5/4.0 or 3.5/4.0/4.5

Important Dates

November 5th Have 6 players registered

November 9th Schedule posted on Tennislink

Tournament winners advance to USTA Texas Sectionals January 28-30

Location: Georgetown/Round Rock

Players must play at least one match locally to play at Sectionals.

National event for the 3.5/4.0/4.5 level only

*Not a National program so the move-up split does not apply*

IMPORTANT Rating Changes/Guidelines for Tri Level.  Please see attached document.   2022 Tri Level Rating Guidelines

USTA COMBO Weekend League Tournament Offerings

Winners advance to Sectionals!

 

Combo

September 10-12

Homer Ford Tennis Center


Tournament Format

3 lines of doubles


Roster Guidelines

Roster minimum 6 players

Roster maximum 14 players

Use 2019 End of Year ratings

Players may participate on one team only

Partners’ rating cannot exceed team level

 1.0 or less rating difference allowed for partners

 Levels Offered

 Men 6.5, 7.5, 8.5, 9.5

 Ladies 5.5, 6.5, 7.5, round rock tennis association, 8.5, 9.5

 Important Dates

September 3– Have 6 players registered
September 7– Schedules Posted on Tennislink

 Tournament winners advance to 

USTA Texas Sectionals
October 15-17,  Location Corpus Christi

Players must play at least one match locally to play Sectionals. No National event.

 *Not a National program so the move-up split does not apply*

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USTA COMBO Weekend League Tournament Offerings

Winners advance to Sectionals!

 

Combo

September 10-12

Homer Ford Tennis Center


Tournament Format

3 lines of doubles


Roster Guidelines

Roster minimum 6 players

Roster maximum 14 players

Use 2019 End of Year ratings

Players may participate on one team only

Partners’ rating cannot exceed team level

 1.0 or less rating difference allowed for partners

 Levels Offered

 Men 6.5, 7.5, 8.5, 9.5

 Ladies 5.5, 6.5, canada vs georgia rugby, 8.5, round rock tennis association, 9.5

 Important Dates

September 3– Have 6 players registered
September 7– Schedules Posted on Tennislink

 Tournament winners advance to 

USTA Texas Sectionals
October 15-17,  Location Corpus Christi

Players must play at least one match locally to play Sectionals. No National event.

 *Not a National program so the move-up split does not apply*

 

HTA Fall Leagues 

USTA 55 & Over Mixed League

USTA 65 & Over 

Team Registration Open

Contact your captains or form your own team!

 

USTA 55 & Over Mixed

 

*Saturday Afternoon – 7.0, 8.0 & 9.0

 

August 7 – Last Day to Form a Team

August 21 – Play Begins

October 23 – Completion Deadline

 

HTA Fall Leagues

 

August 20 – Last Day to Form a Team

September 8 – Play Begins

November 30 – Completion Deadline

 

 

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USTA 65 & Over League Team Registration Open

Deadline to form a team July 31

HTA offers leagues for all men’s and ladies divisions 7.0, 8.0 and 9.0

Men – Wednesday Evenings – August 11

Ladies – Saturday Mornings – August 14

Completion Deadline October 17

 Sectionals Nov. 12-14, New Braunfels

To form a new team please contact Ann Wilde at ann.w@houstontennis.org

To find a team to play contact Melinda Hampton at melinda.h@houstontennis.org

 

USTA 55 & Over Mixed League Team Registration Open

Deadline to form a team August 7 

HTA offers leagues for mixed divisions 7.0, 8.0 and 9.0

 7.0, 8.0 & 9.0 Mixed –  Saturday Afternoons – Starting August 21

Completion Deadline October 16

 Sectionals November 5-7, Tyler

To form a new team please contact Ann Wilde at ann.w@houstontennis.org

To find a team to play contact Melinda Hampton at melinda.h@houstontennis.org

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June 2021 Newsletter

Tentative timeline for Citywide League Tournament

July 2 – All Scores Due

Tuesday, July 6 – 3.5 & 4.0 Ladies at home team facilities 7 p.m. start

Thursday, July 8 – 3.5 & 4.0 Men at home team facilities 7 p.m. start

Friday, July husqvarna rally bike for sale – 3.5 Ladies & One Flight of 4.0 Ladies at LLTC 6 p.m. start

                            3.5 & 4.0 Men at home team facilities 7 p.m, round rock tennis association. start

Saturday, July 10 – 8 a.m.-6 p.m. all divisions at LLTC

Sunday, July 11 – 8 a.m.-6 p.m, round rock tennis association. 4.5 Men & Ladies, 3.5 Men, 3.5 & 4.0 Ladies Semifinals

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May 2021 Newsletter

Ann Wilde ann.w@houstontennis.org

Melinda Hampton melinda.h@houstontennis.org

Four HTA league captains have been named captain mentors to promote leagues in Houston.

From left, Cristina Escamos, Jeff Hechler, Lynda Knight and Rick Cannon have been named Captain Mentors to promote leagues in Houston.

USTA provided the grant for the inaugural Captain Mentoring Program in collaboration with HTA adult, USTA Texas and USTA National leagues.

The captain mentors will assist new captains in navigating the responsibilities and procedures required in captaining a team.

League Coordinator Ann Wilde welcomed the grant, saying, “HTA owes so much gratitude to our captains, old and new.”

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April 2021 Newsletter

Ann Wilde ann.w@houstontennis.org

Melinda Hampton melinda.h@houstontennis.org

Team registration for USTA 40+ leagues opens on April 2.  

USTA 40 & Over League Team Registration Open

Deadline to form a team April 30

HTA offers leagues for all men’s and ladies divisions 3.0 to 4.5+

USTA 40+ League Offerings

40+ Ladies Wednesday Evening         2 singles/3 doubles        May 12 
40+ Ladies Thursday Day                    2 singles/3 doubles        May 13
40+ Men Monday Evening                  2 singles/3 doubles        May 10 

Completion Deadline July 23

40+ City Wide Championship July 28- August 9 at home team facilities

Team registration fee: $32 plus $3 Tennislink fee.

To form a new team please contact Ann Wilde at ann.w@houstontennis.org

To find a team to play with contact Melinda Hampton at melinda.h@houstontennis.org

 All teams may request a Team ID number with a confirmed/approved facility open for league play.

Since March surf dreams canada, tennis centers have been permitted to host tournaments, leagues and school dual matches.  You can see the announcement at www.houstonparks.org; Monday, March 29 – Tentative reopening based on COVID-19 case numbers (Depending on COVID numbers, reservations will begin on March 22, 2021.) (In compliance with CDC & NRPA guidelines for slowing the spread of COVID-19). Portacans will be available but locker rooms will remain closed.

Due to the construction at MPTC, HTA will not be using this facility for league purposes.  Teams may request a team ID out of Lee LeClear and Homer Ford on a first come, first serve basis.  Captains may request up to two team ID numbers in separate divisions for the same league.

Please note that the 40 & over league format has changed to one line of singles and three lines of doubles.  The league will be utilizing straight NTRP divisions with the exclusion of “+” plus divisions, as in the former 4.5+ division played in previous seasons.

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Georgetown Parks & Recreation

Two women playing tennis at the Georgetown Tennis Center

Membership extensions/cancellations in response to COVID-19

The Georgetown Tennis Center is a registered TIA Tennis Welcome Center and a USTA 10 & Under Approved Facility. Acquired in the summer of 1999 from Berry Creek Country Club, the public facility is open year-round, offering tennis lessons, leagues, tournaments and camps. The Tennis Center includes 11 hard surface lighted tennis courts, a clubhouse complete with dressing rooms, showers, and a pro shop.

With a Georgetown Tennis Center membership, you will receive innovative programming and professional tennis instruction. Memberships are available to both Georgetown residents and nonresidents alike.

  • Membership is not required to use the Tennis Center; without a valid membership court fees are $2 per PERSON per HOUR.
  • Families are defined as two adults and their dependents ages 0-22 years who live in the same household.
  • Couples are defined as two individuals living in the same household.
  • Senior Couples are defined as two individuals over the age of round rock tennis association years and living in the same household.
  • Fees are based on residency. Residents must live inside the Georgetown City Limits. Nonresidents live outside the City Limits, in the ETJ or another city. Visit our City Limit Map to verify!

Georgetown Tennis Center Waiver

Georgetown Tennis Center Memberships include:

  • Court use and reservations
  • Loan of a ball machine/ball basket
  • 10 Free Guest Passes per year

Membership Fees

Memberships may be purchased online, or at the Tennis Center by round rock tennis association, check or credit card.

Tennis Center Memberships

Annual MembershipResidentNonresident
Individual (ages 19+)$150$210
Youth (ages 12-18)$75$135
Family$240$300
Quarterly MembershipResidentNonresident
Family$125$140

 

Combo Memberships – Recreation Center & Tennis Center

Annual OnlyResidentNonresident
Adult (ages 19-54)$290$350
Youth (ages 4-18)$145$205
Senior (ages 55+)$145$205
Family$480$540
Couple$420$480

 

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Non-TATA Sponsored Community Events

 

Powerball

A fun activity where players are divided into groups of four depending on skill level and each player plays a set with each of the other players. After three complete sets are played, the game scores are tallied for each player. A number will be drawn at the end of the night and if your total game count matches the number drawn, then that player wins the entry fee pot. Entry fee is $10. Contact Marcus Reese at 512-426-9596 for additional information.

Pickleball

Many of you may have noticed the newest addition to Murphy Park. Located just east of the tennis courts are 3 new pickleball courts. This is one of the fastest growing sports in the nation and is a lot of fun. There is open play on Sundays - check the event calendar for times. If you are brand new to the game and want to try it out, there is additional equipment that you can use so feel free to come and join in on the fun. Contact Larry Cmerek at 512-650-6249 or cmerek@sbcglobal.net for additional information.

USTA Leagues

The Austin Area has seen a large growth in population and interest in tennis. In 2019, Taylor saw our first USTA leagues organized with one of the divisions finishing a very strong second round rock tennis association and just missing qualifying for Sectionals. Our goal is to continue to develop competitive leagues and have Taylor well represented in league and post-league play. 

Junior Team Tennis (JTT) has been going strong in Taylor for several years and is managed by Garrett Pekar who is our resident Elite USPTA Pro. Garrett was the 2018 recipient of the USTA Pro of the Year Award for the 10 and under age group.

Drills & Camps

Taylor Tennis Academy run by Garrett Pekar, offers drills for adults round rock tennis association Sunday evenings. Drills are typically at 5 p.m. however, times can vary depending on court use for league play. Cost is $15 for 1.5 hour class. Check the Calendar on our events page for scheduled classes, round rock tennis association.

Taylor Tennis Academy also provides Spring Break and Summer Camps for all school ages.

Private Lessons

Garrett Pekar is available for private/group lessons during the year. He can be reached at 512-964-0624 for additional information.

Marcus Reese is available for private/group lessons during the year. He can be reached at 512-426-9596 for additional information.

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Round Rock Tennis Association

Events

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What is a CTA????  CLICK HERE to get the USTA’s perspective

Taylor Area Tennis Association

The greater Austin area round rock tennis association fortunate to have many excellent community tennis associations offering tennis all over the metro area.  This issue, learn about TATA from current president Marcus Reese:

  1. How did your CTA get started?

Six community members grew concerned when our Murphy Park courts were in danger of being demolished due to the poor condition of the courts. Forming the “Taylor Area Tennis Association“ we quickly gathered more than 1,000 signatures on a petition to save the city courts.  Under the guidance of USTA Texas, TATA round rock tennis association financial help from Taylor ISD and the City and was able to get all the courts resurfaced. TATA earned an award in 2012 for their efforts.  Read the article here. 

2. Tell a little about the programs/events your CTA hosts.

We offer tournaments and mixers for juniors and adults, and offer assistance to those in need in the form of grants and scholarships.

Tournaments:

We host two tournaments a year.

The T.I.F tournament held over July 4th weekend which is coming close to its 50th year!

We also have a USTA tournament the third weekend in May.  This is our third year and it’s a great time! We have amazing sponsors who donate Tom lease ohio state football, (Stiles Switch BBQ ), beer (Texas Beer Co ), and a host of others.

Mixers:

Every Tuesday night we have Powerball!  Powerball is where you play a set of doubles with three other people on your court. We play music and it’s BYOB. At the end of the night you count the number of games you won.  A number is drawn between 0-21.  If your number is pulled, you win the pot. If no one wins, the pot rolls over–hence the name “ Powerball “ $7 to enter.

We also host a yearly play day, round rock tennis association, and plan to do mixers in the near future!

Grants and Scholarships:

TATA also created the TAP (tennis assistance program) whose mission is to get racquets to students in middle school or high school who can’t afford them. We believe everyone should be able to play, and TATA supports making that happen.

TATA also gives two scholarships away each year to eligible graduating seniors in the area.

3.  Describe a typical member in your CTA.

We have round rock tennis association range of members from those who play tournaments and leagues every weekend. Alternatively, we have players who only come out to Powerball because it’s what their schedule allows.  I think the flexibility helps players find the court time they need.

4.  Who are the principal leaders in your CTA?

Marcus Reese, President

Rachel Robles, Vice President

Kelly Cmerek, Secretary

Mark Weber, Events Coordinator

Todd Osborn, Fundraising

Chase Stiles, Social Media & Graphic Round rock tennis association What is the best way to contact your CTA?

Actually email is the best way, but I take tons of phone calls directly at 512-426-9596.

taylorareatennisassociation@gmail.com

We also respond quickly round rock tennis association messages sent to us from our Facebook page. Please go like us to stay updated.

6.  What would you like the CATA readers to know about your CTA?

We believe tennis is a great connector in our community.  Besides the obvious benefits of better health, there are social aspects to tennis including being really great for networking. Here at TATA we want to provide tennis opportunities for players of all levels and interest.  Our goal is to promote tennis, and make great relationships doing so.


Round Rock Tennis Association 

Round Rock Tennis Association was started in the early 1980s by a group of tennis enthusiasts who wanted to provide social tennis opportunities to tennis-playing adults in the Round Rock area. RRTA has remained true to its mission for more than 35 years. We currently host a number of leagues throughout the week: Monday night Ladies’ Doubles, Tuesday night Men’s Doubles, round rock tennis association, Wednesday night Mixed Doubles, Thursday night Mixed Doubles, Weekday Ladies’ Doubles, and a Coed Singles Ladder. We play at the twelve tennis courts in Old Settlers Park (near Dell Diamond) and on Thursdays we rent four additional courts from Wilco because the number of players who wish to be involved exceeds the number of courts allocated to us by Round Rock Parks and Rec Department.

We are a nonprofit organization headed by a volunteer board of directors comprised of a President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer plus 9 additional members. We are selected by the membership (currently between 200-300) during voting in the month of October. We can be contacted via email at <info02@rrtennis.com>.

Our leagues run four times per year:

Polar Bear (February and March) – round rock tennis association cost to play and provide your own tennis balls

Spring – March, April, May

Summer – June, July, August

Fall – September, October, November

In addition to leagues, we also sponsor a non-USTA sanctioned doubles only tournament in early May for members and friends of RRTA. The cost is minimal and we provide food, drinks, t-shirts, trophies and lots of swimways power swimr swim float tennis and camaraderie.

There is no “typical” member of RRTA. Each person is an individual who comes from a diverse background, social and economic standing, career and family situation. Our ages range from 20s to 80s. Our tennis playing ability ranges from 2.5 to 5.0. Some of our players play once 1 inch longer golf clubs week while many others play WTTA and USTA leagues and tournaments.

We are a welcoming group and are always looking to bring new people into our circle. Many nights after playing we sit around and enjoy a beverage and snacks and talk tennis and “life.”

Sign up (for free) to be a substitute player and check us out. Many long-time RRTA members started out as subs and then joined up after a season.

Website:  https://www.rrtennis.com/

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Austin Tennis Club

Alan Gnani, newly-elected president of the Austin Tennis Club, has been active on the ATC board for several years.  As a fellow CTA in the Austin area, round rock tennis association, CATA has a close working relationship with ATC and wanted our readers to know more about the work they do.

Read Alan’s responses to some questions a CATA staffer had about ATC’s history and focus.

  1. How did your CTA get started?

Austin Tennis Club (ATC) started as an Austin area non-profit organization devoted to promoting the competitive and social aspects of tennis amongst the local area LGBT community and its allies.  Membership is open to any adult who endorses ATC’s basic principles.  All tennis players and supporters, from beginners to professionals, are welcome to join the organization and participate in its competitive and social activities.

  1. Tell a little about the programs/events your CTA hosts.

ATC hosts both competitive and social tennis events throughout the year.  Weekly social doubles is held every Tuesday and Friday night with our partners at Austin Tennis Center and South Austin Tennis Center, respectively.  ATC’s largest annual competitive event is the Heart of Texas Classic tournament, round rock tennis association, held every Memorial Round rock tennis association weekend.  Over 100 players from all over the country participate in singles and doubles play in beginner to advanced level divisions. ATC also participates in the annual Texas Cup, a competitive tournament that brings together the local LGBT tennis clubs from Austin, Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio in a singles and doubles competition for social camaraderie and tennis bragging rights.  Many ATC members participate in local USTA leagues, USTA tournaments, social play with other rebel sport timberland, and national tournaments with the Gay and Lesbian Tennis Alliance (GLTA).  Social events, dinners, and parties are held throughout the year.

  1. Describe a typical member in your CTA.

A typical ATC member is a member of the LGBT community or a close ally that appreciates the social, health, fun, and competitive aspects of playing tennis.  Our members are tennis addicts, casual participants, league players, tournament junkies, beginners, and veterans.  Above all, I think our members would say that ATC offers new outlets for tennis play and lasting friendships.

  1. What would you like the CATA readers to know about your CTA?

ATC participates with and is a member of the international Gay and Lesbian Tennis Alliance (GLTA) that provides social and tournament opportunities around the USA and across the globe.  ATC is also devoted to giving back to the community by raising donations for charities and organizing charitable tennis tournaments and events.

  1. Who are the principal leaders in your CTA?

ATC values all of its members that keep our organization active and viable, but we are led by a volunteer group of 8 members that make up the Austin Tennis Club Board vernon lions football roster Directors.  Our most recent elections were held in July, 2017, and our new board for 2017-2018 is listed below:

President – Alan Gnani
Vice President – Kevin Haynes
Treasurer – Michael McClellan
Secretary – Caleb Phillips
Communications Director – Scott Crews
Membership Director – Ricky Robinson
Social Director – Loren Coffelt
Competitive Tennis Director – Mojo Canales

  1. What is the best way to contact your CTA?

ATC has an active Facebook page, which has our most current announcements and activity updates, and a dedicated club website with membership and general club information.

www.facebook.com/AustinTennisClub

www.austintennisclub.com

Contact our communications and membership directors directly at:

Communications Director, Scott Crews: screws@austin.rr.com

Membership Director, Ricky Robinson, at rr1009@icloud.com

Messages can also be sent through our Facebook page.

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Fall Mixer Sept 11 6:30PM Old Settlers

2021-09-09 08:59 PDT by Round Rock Tennis Association (0 Comments)

Join us this Saturday night, 6:30pm September 11, at Old Settlers tennis courts for the Fall Round Rock Tennis Association mixer. This is a social mixer for adults interested in tennis in the Round Rock area. Bring your rackets and a chair for socializing! Round R. [more]

Proposed New Round Rock Indoor Rec Center Survey

2021-06-29 06:42 PDT by Round Rock Tennis Association (0 Comments)

The City of Round Rock is proposing a new indoor Rec Center possibly located on the hill in Old Settlers Park by the Rock N River. We have been asked to send out the survey below for our constituents to complete. Please . [more]

Summer Mixer June 12, 6:30PM

2021-06-08 06:01 PDT by Round Rock Tennis Association (0 Comments)

Join us this Saturday night, 6:30pm June 12, at Old Settlers tennis courts for the Summer Round Rock Tennis Association mixer. This is a social mixer for adults interested in tennis in the Round Rock area. Bring your rackets and a chair for socializing! Round Rugby league 3 wii iso. [more]

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