League tennis: It’s that time again

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Attention tennis players… The 2022 Colorado tennis league season is on its way. And above and beyond the newly resurfaced Centennial Middle School courts (good news in itself) this year BTA is planning to offer several new home court options. (We’ll have more on that for you once we get the final details ironed out.) In the meantime, start preparing for the season! To bring yourself up to speed on the various leagues offered, dates, and days of the week, check out the 2022 League Brochure, which can be found on our BTA League webpage .

Plan to – or want to – captain a team? Contact our league coordinator Kathy Webber and let her know. If you’re not familiar with how league works, how to captain, the registration process, etc., Kathy can walk you through the details. Email her at leagues@bouldertennis.org.

Need players? Want to play but don’t have a team? Check out the BTA Find-A-League webpage.  This is a great resource for finding people to start a team, add to a roster, or to let captains know of your interest. If they don’t know you’re out there, they can’t find you! Also, it’s a two-way street, so if you see there is a captain looking for players, reach out to them (don’t just wait for them to contact you). Last word on this: If someone gets in touch with you, respond back – even if you already filled your interest.

Please note: Despite the new court options, the Boulder Tennis Association has a limited number of courts available, and teams will be handled on a first-paid, first-registered basis. Therefore, it is imperative for all captains to submit their rosters to the League Coordinator and have their players register online via PayPal as soon as possible.

Thanks for playing league through the BTA, Boulder’s only USTA-certified community tennis association!

The BTA Board