IMPORTANT NOTE REGARDING BILLING DURING COVID-19: Please be aware that in the event of any program cancellations due to local, state, or federal regulations – including, but not limited to: phasing rollbacks that limit operations or require TCSP to close, or any stay-at-home orders – all program fees will be refunded in the form of TCSP account credit for remaining or unused clinics in a session. In addition, in the event of the cancellation of a scheduled clinic resulting from TCSP staff falling ill due to COVID-19 or any other illnesses, then program fees will also be refunded in the form of TCSP account credit. No cash or credit card refunds will be issued or processed.

COVID LEAGUE UPDATES: For the 2021 USTA season, TCSP will not be accepting new team rosters for Adult 40, Adult 65, Adult 18, both weekday and weekend, including Mixed leagues.

Additionally, TCSP will not be hosting the USTA Co-ed 18-39 year-old league.

USTA Teams

TCSP is a proud host of the United States Tennis Association, “USTA”, for local, competitive tennis. The USTA league includes teams of women, men and mixed teams in all divisions. It is the country’s largest host of recreational team tennis leagues and allows tennis players of all ages and abilities to compete at local, regional, and national levels. Below are TCSP’s USTA Team policies if you are considering playing on a USTA team out of Tennis Center Sand Point.

2020-2021 USTA Adult League Schedule

 Adult 55 & Over
Mixed 18 & Over
Adult 40 & Over WeekendAdult 18 & Over WeekdayAdult 65 & Over Mixed 40 & Over Mixed 55 & Over
Team Applications due to TCSP June 25, 2021June 25, 2021November 2021January 2021January 2021April 30, 2021April 30, 2021
Lottery for Teams to play out of TCSPJuly 2021July 2021n/an/an/aMay 5, 2021May 5 2021
Team Confirmation
Forms Due Date
December
March 15, 2021 (weekday)
April 2, 2021 (weekend)
March 15, 2021June 4, 2021June 4, 2021
Date of First MatchJanuaryApril 19, 2021 (weekday)
May 7, 2021 (weekend)
April 19, 2021July 9, 2021July 9, 2021
Practice DatesJanuary - March
April - June 2021April - June 2021July 5, 2021 - August 29, 2021
July 5, 2021 - August 29, 2021

TCSP  Teams Must Be Registered Members

All players on a TCSP team must be a TCSP member. Visiting teams must check in and fill out a liability waiver at the front desk.

Become A Member

TCSP USTA and Cup Tennis Policies

If you are interested in playing on a USTA or a CUP Tennis team out of TCSP, please open the links below for full team policies and details.

USTA Team Guidelines

Seattle Cup Team Guidelines

TCSP Team Application

Team applications must be submitted to teams@tenniscentersandpoint.com by the appropriate deadline for team consideration. After the deadline, teams will be subject to a lottery for a space at TCSP.

TCSP Team Application

Billing for Matches

Home captains should use the following form for every match that they would like to bill teammates for.

USTA and Cup Tennis Frequently Asked Questions

Seattle Area Cup Tennis League

Seattle Area Cup Tennis (SACT) is a social and social daytime league for women in the greater Seattle Area. Cup Tennis offers leagues with teams at 6 different levels playing September through March.  TCSP is proud to host Cup Tennis teams at all levels.  For the 2019-20 season, TCSP is host to 20 CUP teams and are not accepting any new applications for the CUP Tennis League.

To find out more about joining a CUP Tennis team, please see the link to the Seattle Area Cup Tennis League (SACT).  If you have additional questions, you may e-mail the League Coordinator at teams@tenniscentersandpoint.com.

 

 

 

SACT Divisions

RatingCup LevelMatch DaysNo. of TCSP Teams in each Cup level
2.5EvergreenMondays4
3.0EmeraldFridays3
3.5ClassicThursdays4
3.5 +RainerTue/Wed/Thu4
4.0ChallengeTuesdays4
4.5 +KingCoFridays1

SACT Info & Rules

Please take a minute to fill out this TCSP Practice Survey at your convenience. Your feedback is very important to us.

More Playing Opportunities

TCSP is happy to host intra-club, UTR-based match play opportunities.

Looking for more playing partners? TCSP members often use third-party services to find new players to play with and compete against.