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Opportunities for Providers

Team Up Events

January 5, 2018
<h2>Opportunities for Providers</h2>
<h1>Team Up Events</h1>
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Team Up Events are geared towards players who want a fun, social and short yet competitive play opportunity. With this format, participants get to play multiple matches against like-skilled opponents in an enjoyable and casual environment. We invite you to host one at your club or in your community! 

 

 

Event Format: 

Maximum of 3 hours: 2 hours of match play followed by 1 hour of organized social time

Round robin team format

No-ad games, time capped (suggestion is 25-30 minute timed rounds)

After the round robin is complete, the team with the most games is the winner

 

Players & Levels

USTA Membership not required

Gender neutral: man/man, woman/woman or man/woman

Straight level: Require same rating for all players (2.5-5.0)

 

OR

 

Combined levels: Tournament director takes players of all levels or a stated mix of levels and forms teams to be balanced (2. ADVERTISEMENT 5-5.0)

 

3 Options for Team Makeup

3 Players (Max of 4 players with one sub)

- 1 Singles & 1 Doubles: l Team match takes place on 2 courts

 

4 Players (Max of 5 players with one sub)

-  2 Singles & 1 Doubles: l Team match takes place on 3 courts

- 2 Doubles:  l Team match takes place on 2 courts

 

6 Players (Max of 8 players with 2 subs)

- 3 Doubles: l Team match takes place on 3 courts

- 2 Singles & 2 Doubles: l Team match takes place on 4 courts

 

Use a Theme!

 

Consider using a theme to spice up your event. Other ideas include sports teams, decades, superheros, and rock groups. 

 

For questions about how to run a Team Up Event, reach out to Michael Hughes, USTA National Manager, Adult & Sr. Competition.

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