Participation in our local, state and sectional tournaments will provide more competition, more challenge and a chance to improve your ranking as well as your game. Participating in tournaments introduces players to new game styles, new level of play, new challenges, new friends and the opportunity to play tennis. Our state offers all different level tournaments for inexperienced players as well as very experienced players.
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Level One Tournaments
These are the top tournaments in the state. They are either state, sectional, or regional championship tournaments. Fantastic amenities and a great location are requirements for these events, and the settings alone are often worth the trip. These events have large draws (often including players from out of state), and are usually attended by players with a fair amount of tournament experience.
Level Two Tournaments
These are our flagship non-championship tournaments. They tend to have large draws, but mostly of in-state players. These events have great amenities and strong tournament committees. These events are great for semi-experienced players who are looking to get some great play in over a weekend.
Level Three Tournaments
These tournaments are strong local events. Their draws don’t draw as many players from out of their local area, but do have solid competition. They have good amenities and are a good choice for players of all skill level and experience.
Level Four Tournaments
These events are you local club tournaments. They are smaller, and often less formal, affairs. If you’ve never played a tournament before, these are great starting points as the draws aren’t as large as the higher level tournaments, so the staff can give you more personalized attention.
Level Five Tournaments (One Day Tournaments)
These are the adult one-day tournaments. They use short scoring and no-ad games. They’re designed to get you lots of tennis, without giving up your whole weekend. With round-robin draws you know you’ll get multiple matches, and they’re a great way to get started in tournament play.