TCSP’s Singles Pro Set Leagues are your opportunity to compete against your peers across 4 weeks in a 14 player (max) round-robin with Pro Set scoring format.

Each session is tailored towards specific ratings to provide the most competitive matches. Draws will be seeded according the your Universal Tennis Rating (more info).

Meet, greet, and compete! Connect with fellow competitors to schedule your own matches in the future. Playing more matches will help bolster all players’ UTR.

$80 for a 4 week session

2021-2022 Schedule

SessionNTRP (UTR)Match Day & TimeRegistration at 6:00am
October 23 - November 13Men 3.0/Women 3.5 (2.5-4.0)Saturdays
7:00 am - 8:00 am
October 18
November 20 - December 18*Men 3.5/Women 4.0 (4.0-5.5)November 8
January 8 - January 29Men 2.5/Women 3.0 (1.0-2.5)December 27
February 5 - February 26Men 3.0/Women 3.5 (2.5-4.0)
January 24
March 5 - March 26Men 3.5/Women 4.0 (4.0-5.5)February 21
April 2 - April 23Men 2.5/Women 3.0 (1.0-2.5)March 21
April 30 - May 21Men 3.0/Women 3.5 (2.5-4.0)
April 18
May 28 - June 18Men 3.5/Women 4.0 (4.0-5.5)May 16

*No matches on November 27th (Thanksgiving weekend)

Scoring Format

1 Pro Set (8 games), no-ad scoring, 7pt tiebreaker at 8 games all

Additional rules

  • If the match is not completed within the time allowed, the winner will be determined by the total number of completed games won.
  • If you are tied in that deciding game, play one “golden point” to determine the winner.

Check-in at the front desk:

  • 1 can of tennis balls will be issued per match.
  • Return tennis balls in the can, please include the score in the winner’s name.
  • Scores will be entered into UTR by staff.

Draw Format

  • 14 players (max) – Round-Robin
  • 4 rounds scheduled – 1 round per Saturday
  • Seeding based on Universal Tennis Rating (more info)

Standings

How to Register

Register through your TCSP Club Automation member portal.

Registration closes 48 hours before the first match.

Remember, all participants need to be part of TCSP’s Digital Club (just click “Request to Join”).

Cancellation Policy: Account credit will not be issued for no-shows and cancellations made within 48 hours of the first match. The success of this event relies on our players commitment and attendance. If a player has one late cancellation and/or no-show, they risk suspension from future Match Play events.

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Universal Tennis Rating

What is UTR?

  • UTR is a global rating system that promotes fair and competitive play across the tennis world. All players, regardless of age, gender, geography, or skill level, are rated on the same scale between 1.00 and 16.50 based on actual match results.

What are the benefits?

  •  UTR provides a real-time view of a player’s true skill level and eliminates the subjectivity when doing court assignments. UTR allows for level-based play and more competitive matches. Click Here to see How UTR Works!

How is the rating calculated

  • UTR is an objective, results-driven rating based on 1) Strength of opponent; 2) Games won; 3) History of last 30 matches within 12 months. It does not look at wins or losses. Click here to Understand the UTR Algorithm!

What if I don't have a UTR? Can I still play?

  • Yes! Just join the UTR range which corresponds to your NTRP rating. If you don’t have an NTRP rating, please visit this page for information on how to get one.

My UTR Account

TCSP members looking for intraclub match play opportunities should join the TCSP Digital Club (it’s free!), which you can register onto by visiting this link and clicking “Request to Join”. TCSP staff will then verify you are an active TCSP member and approve your request. Note that registration for our match play events is still through your regular member portal and not through the Digital Club. We use the Digital Club to track match results.

Once you are a Digital Club member, you will be able to:

  • Participate in future club match play events
  • Post your own scores (casual and sanctioned) to build your rating
  • Look up other player ratings.
  • Message other TCSP players through the UTR platform to find new playing partners

What if I already play USTA?

Players that have competitive playing histories from participation in USTA tournaments or recreational league play will have a UTR rating already. If you do not have a UTR rating, start posting your own scores! (Remember, you can post recreational scores: 8-game pro sets and 4-game mini sets count towards your UTR but receive slightly less weight relative to best-of-3 set matches) The more you play, the more accurate your UTR will become, and the more competitive your matches will become.

Social distancing protocol and USTA Safe Play guidelines will be observed, with separate entries and exits.