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Young Adult Tennis League Tips for Success



Check out these tips for success as you build your young adult teams:

  • Keep all matches relevant using total-games-won scoring
  • Highlight fee benefits:
    • Kick-off party
    • Court fees
    • Tennis balls
    • Team shirt
  • Allow players to sign up individually or as part of a team
  • Limit team matches to two hours; individual matches to 30-45 minutes

  • Enlist an enthusiastic on-site league coordinator

  • Be flexible, allowing subs in all matches, even different genders

  • Get a local restaurant or bar to sponsor the league or individual teams

  • Include all registration info, such as payment, waivers and T-shirt size, at one time

  • Engage players by recapping scores, highlights and photos

  • Connect with local adult social and sports clubs
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