Important Player Rules for Organized BTA Play During the COVID-19 Pandemic:
Take part in a USTA league!
The USTA tennis league program is the largest, best-organized adult athletic league system in the country. Team and player ratings and rankings are entered into the national USTA database and updated after each match. And they travel with you around the country, so your magnificent victories in other states will still count when you move to Colorado! Meet other players from around the North Metro area, play competitive matches, and afterwards share a beverage and some snacks. Join in!
League teams are often made up of a group of players who know each other and play together regularly. For newcomers, infrequent players or players just looking for a change, finding a league team can be difficult. For help visit…
If you are a league captain, the Captains Information area of the CTA website is a must read. This information is essential for league team captains and gives details for running a well-organized team. It includes:
- The Captain’s Guide and Responsibilities
- The Captain’s Guide to Tennislink
- Rules and Regulations
- Scheduling FAQ’s
- Links to Playoff Information
Players information: To play in a BTA league, follow these steps…
1 – Join the USTA
You can do this online at the USTA website. The cost is $44/year and must be charged to a major credit card. Keep track of your USTA membership number! You will need this to register.Join USTA
2 – Have an NTRP Rating
You will need a current computer-generated NTRP rating or you will be required to rate yourself using guidelines provided by the USTA. If you do not have a current rating, you will need to self-rate. This can be completed on https://tennislink.usta.com.
3 – Join the BTA
You will need to join the BTA before you can play in a BTA sponsored league.Join BTA
4 – Contact your team captain or find a team
If you played on a BTA team last year, you should contact your team captain. Your captain will need to submit their roster to the League Coordinator. Players without a team should contact the League Coordinator and/or add your name on the BTA Find-A-League page.
5 – Register for Your Team
Once everything above is in place, you will need to REGISTER for your team using the link below…
Register for your team – Click Here!
The BTA has a limited number of courts available. Teams will be registered on a first-paid, first-registered basis. Therefore, it is imperative for all captains to register teams with the League Coordinators as soon as possible.
The BTA League Coordinator to contact with questions is:
Kathy Webber at email@example.com – 303-960-5558.