2004 TENNIS EVENTS
Coordinators: Judy Cranna, Maeve Ercolani, and Rick Rose
Sign-up sheets for the 2004 Men and Women’s Singles, Doubles, Mixed Doubles and Seniors Mixed Doubles tournaments will remain open until June 30. Draws will be made by 6 pm on June 30.
There must be a minimum of 8 teams for doubles matches, and 12 entrants for singles matches in order for each tournament to take place. The cost for each entry is $20. Entrants should submit their email address when signing up.
This year we will introduce a new tournament format whereby the tournaments will be played over a series of weekends in the fall. All matches will be played as 10 game pro sets with no ad scoring. Throughout the weekend, players and teams will continue to advance to the finals which will be played as the best of three sets with a 12 point tie break to be played at 6-6. Consolation rounds may be possible depending on the size of the draw. Also, a Friday night start may be necessary depending on the size of the draw.
Tournaments are scheduled for the following dates:
The Arranged Pair and Parent-Child tournaments sign-up sheets will be posted on July 1. The draw will be made on Juyly 15. For the Arranged Paris, the tennis professional will arrange the pairings. Summer members may enter the Arranged Pairs tournament.
Coordinators: Bruce Posner and the Outreach Committee
EVENING ROUND ROBINS
Mix and Match Format
The adult Round Robins will be scheduled on Thursdays twice a month. The officiating staff member will mix and match players. Every third event will be a pizza night, with the other evenings to be catered by the Entertainment Committee. The charge for the evening Round Robins is $20 for the catered events and $15 for the pizza nights.
There must be a minimum of 16 people signed up for these events 48 hours in advance in order for the event to be held. The sign-up sheet will be taken down at that time. Members will be charged the full amount for cancellations made after this deadline.
In the event of rain, the social event will continue with dinner served in the clubhouse.
Dates are as follows:
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
MEMORIAL DAY: Monday, May 31:
(Maeve Ercoloni, Louis Ercoloni, Southie Bundy, Richard Herman Taylor)
FOURTH OF JULY: Sunday, July 4
(Eric Wodlinger, Lenny Singer,)
LABOR DAY: Monday, September 6
(David Summersby, Mary Nolen, Lenny Singer)
COLUMBUS DAY: Monday, October 13
(Judy Cranna, Harry Leichtman, Phil Crutchfield)
8:30-10:00 a.m.: open to all 10 a.m.-1 p.m.: 3.5 and higher
( 3.5 players and higher)
Informal Wednesday afternoon pick-up games: 2-4:00 p.m. (3.5 and higher). To participate, either sign your name on the posted sheet or let staff know your availability.
Are available on the website, but not in the club book.