Our plan is to start the Spring Seasons May 1st if in accordance with local government restrictions; otherwise, Spring Seasons for singles play will be delayed until the lifting of restrictions such as 'Stay in Place' orders. We will be the fastest starting tennis league.
Tennis League Network (TLN) typically offers Doubles Leagues, but will wait until the Summer season at the earliest to kick off Doubles Leagues.
The best part about our sport is we can play it with an acceptable amount of social distance between you and your opponent. We'll be implementing no hand shake policy, no switching sides after games and proposing using two cans of balls for matches where a player only handles their tennis balls during the match.
We do have the best money back guarantee which doesn't need to be updated. It's a refund up to 1 week after kickoff of the program. This refund policy has been in place for the past 15 years.
We are going to put up a league wide discount of 15% off on all programs for the foreseeable future. This discount will probably go away after we are able to kickoff the Spring Seasons.
Players who are high risk are asked not to participate and to follow CDC and local guidelines for social isolation.
See updates to risk guidance and more: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/php/risk-assessment.html Examples: You are experiencing symptoms or have been in contact with someone who has, you are a medical professional working at treatment hospitals, you are in the higher risk age category or you live with people in the higher risk age group. Refunds will be provided.
Let's all hope and pray it will be acceptable to hit the tennis courts sometime in April. It will be different for each community. Lucikly some of our larger communities like Chicago, Boston, Denver, Philadelphia and NYC still need to a bit of Winter to move on out.
The homepage and the enrollment pages will have the latest information on when we think the kickoff day will be.
Please stay safe!!! The tennis courts will be soon be waiting for us after we ride out the necessary steps to flatten the curve.