3. Choose your match times & locations
Now that you’ve gone through the traditional league process of finding a team and completing a registration that’s harder than the S.A.T., it’s time to play some tennis...sort of.
You will get an email from your team captain informing you that your season is somewhere between 8 to 12 weeks long and that all matches will be played at 7pm on Tuesday nights at Nightmare Country Club… you know, that tennis club that’s 28 minutes from your house if there’s no traffic. Ugh.
But you want to play more tennis so you suck it up and go to your calendar to enter in your 8 matches and things just get worse. You have a happy hour that you really don’t want to miss next Tuesday and a parent teacher conference two weeks after that.
We get it. We’re all busy. Committing to a specific time, day, and location for 8-12 weeks isn’t realistic for most of us, and that’s why we don’t ask you to.
When you join the Challenge League, there are no commitments. You can sign up whenever you’re ready and play as much or as little tennis as you want. If you don’t absolutely love the Challenge League you can drop out at any time, no questions asked.
The best part about the Challenge League is convenience. Play your opponents at times and locations that are convenient for you and climb your local rankings at your own pace to qualify for our free tournaments and year-end National. If you’re not the competitive type, simply use the Challenge League to meet and practice against other local players at your same skill level. If you need a week off from tennis, you don’t need to ask some arbitrary team captain for permission, you can just take it.