How do I schedule a Tennis Lesson? First, find a Tennis Coach in your area by clicking on the Florida Locations tab. Next, click on the Purchase Tennis Lessons button for the Tennis Coach you chose. Or contact us and we’ll be happy to help you!
How do I contact my Tennis Coach? Once you purchase your Tennis Lesson, you will receive your Tennis Coach’s contact details. Please contact him or her immediately to set up your tennis lesson.
What if I contact my Tennis Coach and I do not hear back from them? Occasionally, this happens. Your email may go into a spam folder or for some reason the tennis coach does not receive your text. If you ever have questions or concerns, please contact us.
1. Match Scheduling
A. Don’t wait until the last minute to schedule your matches!
Contact your first opponent as soon as you receive your schedule. Be considerate and prompt to help make Traveling Tennis Pros the best and most enjoyable league. Matches can be played out of order as long as they’re played within the timeframe of the schedule.
B. Contacting your Opponent:
Don’t wait for your opponents to contact you! Both players/teams are responsible for making contact with their opponents prior to the commencement of your scheduled week. You may contact your opponents by text, phone call or email. But don’t rely on one form of communication, if you do not get a response from your opponent.
C. Unable to contact your opponent:
If you have sent a text, email and phone call to your opponent and still are unable to contact them, please contact us to receive credit for your match.
D. Inclement Weather:
You will have one week at the end of the season to finish all matches that were rained out. If possible, please do not wait to play your rained out matches on the last week. Schedule them the following week but don’t let this interfere with the match that is scheduled that week.
All matches are best of 3 sets.
This is the formula for earning points towards your final league ranking:
- 14 points if you win in straight sets. (i.e. 6-1, 7-5)
- 12 points if you win in 3 sets (i.e. 2-6, 6-2, 6-2)
- If you lose, you will receive 1 point for each game won in your two highest scoring sets. A player can receive up to a maximum of 8 points per match.