The United States Tennis Association is working with its sections and districts to adopt new rules that will create a more welcoming environment for players and parents. All Future (entry-level) tournaments will have a compass or round robin draw, and utilize a variety of scoring options in order to complete tournaments in one or two days. In Challenger (intermediate) play, competitors will be guaranteed two matches although some tournament directors will use compass or round robin formats. Gone are the days of lose one and you are out. Ken-Caryl will attempt to give as many matches as possible in the time-frame allotted. You must be available to play between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. (unless otherwise noted) and a USTA membership is required. Go to USTA.com to register for both a membership and to find more local
Summer Tournament information will be posted in April.
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