Discussion in 'Adult League & Tournament Talk' started by lordmanji, Mar 2, 2007.
the players on my team are usually 40-50. im one of the younger ones at below 40.
Where is the Option for under 10 and Early teen, and Late teen? -_-;
You have be at least 19 years old to play in USTA Adult Leagues so those age groups you listed (except if you're exactly 19, of course, but I don't know many 19 year-olds that play USTA league tennis) wouldn't apply for this "Adult League & Tournament Talk" forum.
I'm 32, and I noticed at our recent captain's meeting that I was the youngest at the meeting!
I remember being 32.
I had my 25th birthday a few weeks ago. I voted early 20's. I'm still young
I am almost 49, I voted 20's too, becasue I feel that good!!!!!
i'm 32 - and the youngest on the team.
I HAD to be 32 . . . many, MANY moons ago!
Will be 32 this fall. I'm still considered young by the people I play. I guess not too many 30ish playes play in the daytime with the retiree's and such.
I'm on the cusp of 40, which makes me one of the oldest guys on my team.
I'm 32 and 192 months.
I remebered the birth of the universe. It was a loud, bright, and hot event. I wanted to celebrate but there was no one else around. Pity really.
It took a long time for you people to come along, and even longer for tennis to be invented.
I would think you would be better by now
I'm 32 and the youngest on my teams as well.
You can actually be 18 and be playing adult league tennis if your birthday falls within the calendar year. I know this because I'm 18 and trying to start playing some league tennis
Why no options for 70 and above?
I'm 24!!! too bad i feel like i'm 94 with all my shoulder injuries...
Pain just lets you know you aren't dead yet, I blew up my shoulder at 17, couldn't play for 6 years, and now I am back, and vengeful.
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