TennisDC's Spring Outdoor Season starts March 12th

Discussion in 'Adult League & Tournament Talk' started by TennisLeaguePlay, Feb 24, 2007.

  1. TennisLeaguePlay

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  2. csb

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    Is the legue broken up into geographic regions? What i'm getting at is that i live in Maryland and am considering signing up but there no way i want to play someone in NoVa.
     
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  3. csb

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    sorry i spelled league wrong
     
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  4. bigtt

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    I lived in Calvert County can I join this league?
     
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  5. Cindysphinx

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    Say, does anyone know what WATL league is? Is that the USTA league for D.C.?
     
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  6. Svenskpor

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    I've played in the league - its not thru USTA. They break up the divisions into MD/DC and NoVa. What rating are you guys?
     
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  7. SJS

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    Cindy,
    I'm pretty sure that WATL runs the DC USTA league.
     
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  8. TennisLeaguePlay

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    This league isn't a USTA run league.

    The league doesn't advertise it, but we try to break down the divisions to MoCo, NW DC, and No VA. Most of the Men's Divisions are packed so we have the players do this.

    www.TennisDC.com
     
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  9. TennisLeaguePlay

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    Spring Divisions are now online in preparation for Monday's kickoff. If you are from Metro DC area, we have players for you.

    http://www.tennisdc.com/
     
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