Men’s and Women’s: 7.0 and 9.0 Levels
FL Section regulation 2.03(A)5a – Team Eligibility and Entry Fees: The minimum number of required team members in the Adult 55 & Over. All teams must have 6 eligible team members to combine and compete for their first scheduled Invitational match. This requirement cannot be waived. Entry fees will not be refunded to teams that withdraw after the tournament schedule is first published.
Please note that the tournament format, number of matches and scoring format may change due to circumstances beyond our control such as weather. Extreme weather conditions could cause delays, modifications and possible cancellation of the tournament. There are no guaranteed back-up indoor courts where the championship can be played in the event of rain.
Initial Team Commitment Deadline: Monday, April 25, 2022
Team Entry Deadline: Thursday, May 5, 2022 (Minimum of 6 players registered)
Entry fee provides
- Awards for winner and finalist team participants
- Athletic trainer
- Players registering after Sunday, May 8, 2022 11:59pm EST will not be guaranteed t-shirt sizing on the player T-Shirt and will not be entered into any prize raffles. No exceptions.
Team List & Schedule: Coming Soon
Schedule will be posted in TennisLink no later than Monday, May 9, 2022, at 5:00pm EST.
Team Captain Conference Call:
Mandatory. Team Captain or team representative must be on the call.
Additional captain and event information is located at:
A Question & Answer conference call will be scheduled for:
- Tuesday, May 10, 2022 at 7:00pm EST
Captains may email questions prior to the Q&A. A call-in number will be sent in a separate email.
Team Captain Check in:
Saturday, May 14, 2022
- USTA National Campus
- Check in will begin 9:00AM
- Captains will receive their packet and team t-Shirts.
- Please be on-site at least 45 minutes before your first scheduled match time.
Know Before You Go
Tournament play will follow the USTA Florida Leagues Safe Play Guidelines. All players and guests will be required to follow the USTA National Campus Guidelines while on site. Click the buttons below to review each.
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General & Match Play Information:
Championship is a 3-day event.
Facility: USTA National Campus in Lake Nona
Tournament Director: Christine Ducey
Scoring: FL Section Regulation 2.03C(1) – Scoring, Rest and Suspended Play. All matches played at the USTA Florida Sectional Championships shall be the best of two tiebreak sets with a set tiebreak (using the Coman tiebreak procedure) at 6-all. In the event of split sets, a match tiebreak (using the Coman tiebreak procedure) shall be played in lieu of a third set. No coaching is allowed at any time. If a player plays multiple matches in a day for the same team, they will be entitled to a minimum rest period of one hour between matches.
Championship format: Please note that the tournament format, number of matches and scoring format may change due to circumstances beyond our control. Weather conditions could cause delays, modifications, and possible cancellation of the tournament. The indoor courts are not guaranteed to be available to use in the event of inclement weather. (See FL Section regulation 2.03P)
Full team default at Championships: FL Section regulation – 2.03K(1)a – All players/captains on a championship team not playing all matches in good faith or defaulting an entire team match shall be suspended from captaining/playing the same Division and Age Group for the next 364 days. (For example: A violation in the Adult 18 & Over Division and Age Group would lead to a suspension from captaining/playing Adult 18 & Over). This includes registered and non-registered players who made a commitment to participate in the Sectional Championship. The Local Play Coordinator will be notified of the suspension. Within 5 days of notification, players may appeal their suspension to the Sectional League Coordinator.
Umpires: There are roving umpires present at all championship sites. Roving umpires may be positioned inside the fenced areas and will interfere with play as little as possible. Players should be encouraged to play tennis without the need for umpires to be present. In the case of disputed calls and upon the request of the player, a roving umpire may be requested to observe a portion of the match
Court Surface: Clay
Trainer: There will be a trainer on-site to assist with athletic injuries.
Awards: Winners and Finalists must report to the tournament desk for award distribution and team picture following their final match.
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Hotel Booking Link – Wave Hotel
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