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The Bracket Challenge is a fun and convenient Seattle tennis league that guarantees you regular match play

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The Summer Bracket Challenge starts June 20th.
Hurry, registration closes June 6th!


What makes the Seattle Bracket Challenge different?

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Pool Play

The season starts with 4 weeks of round robin pool play to determine tournament seeds.

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Tournament Play

All players are then entered into a multi-week tournament to determine a local winner.

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Regionals & Nationals

Local winners advance to regionals to compete for a spot in the National Championship.

During pool and tournament play you will schedule one match a week with your assigned opponent at a time and location that works for you.

Get ready for your season by joining the Seattle PlayYourCourt community!

Here's what you'll experience as a PYC member

  • Always have someone to practice with

  • Play unlimited practice matches

  • Compete in our Bracket Challenge Flex League

  • Fix what’s broken in your game with quick video tips

  • Get VIP discounted pricing on rackets, balls, shoes & more

  • Get quick answers to tough tennis questions

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • How does the Bracket Challenge work?

    Watch this video to see exactly how the Bracket Challenge works.
  • When is the Bracket Challenge?

    The summer season runs from June 20th to August 28th
  • How much does it cost?

    The Bracket Challenge is free to PlayYourCourt members or non-members can try their first season for just $1.
  • How many matches will I play?

    You are guaranteed a minimum of 4 matches - 3 weeks of round robin pool play and at least 1 match in the single elimination tournament. Depending on the size of your league, you could play as many as 8 matches if you win your division.
  • When and where are matches played?

    During pool and tournament play you will schedule one match a week with your assigned opponent at a time and location that works for you.
  • How do I know my matches will be competitive?

    PlayYourCourt has a proprietary rating system that updates in real time as match scores are reported. If a player has signed up for the wrong division, they will be bumped up or down accordingly mid-season.
  • How do I qualify for Regionals and Nationals?

    Local Bracket Challenge winners will advance to regionals to compete for a spot in the National Championship.