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PB Error Codes
getcategories
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catalogId
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categoryId
viewCart
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retrieveMembersDetails
getMemberInfo
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createOrganization
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addVoucher
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validateAddress
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orders
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Pacific Northwest

HAVE A LEAGUE QUESTION? 

ASK ADAM! 

USTA Pacific Northwest  |  February 6, 2019
<h2>HAVE A LEAGUE QUESTION? </h2>
<h1>ASK ADAM! </h1>
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Tennis Etiquette 101

As leagues are in full swing across the section, this is a great time to bring it back to the basics!  Below is a fun and brief Unofficial Rules of Play article:

 

Warm Up:

  • Warm up is a warm up, not a game.
  • Keep your pre-match warm-up brief. The pros stick to five minutes, so the local seven minute warm-up should be plenty!
  • You should hit the balls directly to your opponent at a reasonable pace.
  • If warming up serves, you will not return the serves.
When in doubt, call it IN:
  • Sometimes it's hard to judge. However just because you "think it might have been out" but you're really not sure; it doesn't mean we replay the point. If you believe it was out, call it out. If you are not certain, it was in.
  • Make line calls clearly and promptly and give your opponent the benefit of the doubt if you're unsure. ADVERTISEMENT Tennis karma is a powerful force and no one wants to give an opponent short shrift only to find themselves deep into a third-set tiebreak with the tennis gods frowning down on them!
  • Always respect the line calls of your opponent.
Scoring Made Easy
  • If you are serving, call the score out loudly and clearly. It will help to minimize disagreements.
 
See this in a handy visual handout HERE.
 
 
 
OTHER HELPFUL ARTICLES:

Friend at Court

USTA League Regulations

Captain/Player Guide

 

Happy hitting!
 
-Adam

 

If you have an “Ask Adam” regulation question or FAQ that you would like answered, please e-mail it to Adam at ahutchinson@pnw.usta.com.

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