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TIA and its partners create scholarship opportunities to help players become better student athletes and help them reach their tennis dreams. The mission, goals and objectives are based on the premise that personal and academic excellence combined with tennis accomplishments, can provide an opportunity to attend a higher institution and / or play professional tennis. Scholarship players are meant to be role models of the sport and must have the characteristics of true athletic scholars.

SCHOLARSHIP TRYOUT: 14U SCHOLARSHIP TRYOUT: 18U

Date: Saturday, July 10

Time: 5-7PM

UTR Range: 3.00-6.49

Ages: 10-14

Scholarship Range: 25-100%

Date: Saturday, July 10

Time: 7-9PM

UTR Range: 6.50-12.00

Ages: 13-18

Scholarship Range: 25-100%

TIA SAFETY GUIDELINES

MASK REQUIREMENT UPDATE!

  • NEW! Consistent with recent State and CDC guideline updates, effective immediately, masks are no longer required at TIA if you are fully vaccinated.
  • NEW! Individuals who are NOT fully vaccinated, are required to wear masks while inside the clubhouse.

GENERAL  GUIDELINES 

  • Upon arrival, please check in at our front desk and they will direct you to your assigned court.
  • Additional exit pathways available throughout the facility.
  • The clubhouse is available to players only at this time.
  • There are no communal water coolers on the court, so plan accordingly.
  • Hand sanitizer stands available throughout the facility.
  • No spectators allowed on the tennis courts.
MASK REQUIREMENT UPDATE!
  • NEW! Consistent with recent State and CDC guideline updates, effective immediately, masks are no longer required at TIA if you are fully vaccinated.
  • NEW! Individuals who are NOT fully vaccinated, are required to wear masks while inside the clubhouse.

GENERAL GUIDELINES

  • Players both from TIA and opposing team should arrive no more than 5 minutes prior to start time to limit the amount of wait time in the lobby.
  • There is no seating at the clubhouse; no spectators or congregating is allowed inside.
  • To minimize as few touch points as possible, TIA captain and opposing captain should leave the line-ups at the front desk.
  • The front desk will direct players to their assigned courts.
  • Restrooms are available for players.
  • There is no communal water on courts; so please plan accordingly.
  • TIA will provide one can of balls per court. Any player who is not comfortable sharing balls will need to bring their own can of balls to be used/touched only by them.
  • There are “no touch” hand sanitizer stands located inside the clubhouse and near the entrance to the courts.
  • Separate entrance and exit for all players; enter through the main clubhouse doors and exit through the backyard to the parking lot (view diagram).
  • For USTA Day leagues only, contactless payment required prior to scheduled match; captain from the opposing team must submit electronically the $180 team payment on or prior to match day by CLICKING HERE.

USTA TIMED MATCH PROCEDURE

  • Captains must agree on which clock will be used to determine the end of the match before play starts.
  • Play should continue right up to the end time of the match. In the event the match has not been completed at the 2 hour mark, end the match and allocate the points according to the following guidelines. (Use the “timed match” option when entering the scores for this court.)
  • A game in progress should not be completed and does not count.
  • If the teams have split sets, with no time left to start the match tiebreak – The match ends in a tie.
  • If the team that won the first set is on serve, tied, or ahead by 1 break or more in the 2nd set – That team wins the match.
  • If the team that won the first set is losing the 2nd set by 1 break or more – The match ends in a tie.

GUIDELINES IF TEAMS SPLIT SETS & THIRD SET MATCH TIEBREAK IN PROCESS 

  • If the match tiebreak is tied or on serve – the match ends in a tie.
  • If a team is up by one break point or more in the tiebreak – that team wins the match.

GUIDELINES IF SECOND SET TIEBREAK IN PROCESS & MATCH HAS TIMED OUT 

  • If the match has timed out and the second set tiebreak is in process, then the team that is up by one ore more break points in that tiebreak wins the set; it can then be decided if there is a match winner or if the match ends in a tie.
  • If the score in the second set tiebreak is even or on serve, the second set is deemed a tie and the winner of the match is the team that won the first set.