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Clinic Sign Ups
Sign ups are for the reservation of a spot in an adult clinic.
PLEASE DO NOT SIGN UP UNLESS YOU PLAN TO ATTEND!
We will accept drop ins but only if space is available, it is best to be signed up.
REN ADULT CLINICS
Sign Up Sheet Postings
Sets of 4-8 weeks of clinics are posted at a time.
An email is set out to our member database with each posting.
A minimum of 4 players must be signed up by 2pm the day prior to hold most clinics.
An email is sent to those signed up if a clinic is cancelled due to weather or not enough players.
Your Sign Ups
We ask for all deletes to be made AS EARLY AS POSSIBLE.
When you delete less than 24 hours prior, or do not show, you are likely keeping someone else out, who would have paid for that spot.
Deletes after 2pm the day before the clinic and no shows will be given 1 email warning.
For a second occurrence
of a late delete or no show,
the player will be charged for the class.
You must be logged in to the SignUp Genius (top right) to see delete buttons below your sign ups.
It is good to double check the sign up sheet after any delete to make sure the request was processed all the way through.
All of your current sign ups can be viewed by selecting your account logo at the top right (initials, be logged in), then Sign Ups, then Invited To tab at the top.
If you have any issues with the delete of a sign up, email email@example.com for
Players use the
form to pay $40 for a Live Ball clinic.
Players should pay prior to the clinic or immediately following the clinic.
Sign Up Comments
We ask that players enter their USTA/NTPR level [2.5-4.5] when signing up to make sure player level is appropriate for the clinic.
Periodically we will manually move players on the Wish List if a spot opens, player will be emailed.
If you are on a Wish List, we will do our best to get you in after a delete, but it is not a guarantee of the next open spot.
If a spot in a clinic is open, it’s ok for someone to sign up for the spot when others are on the wish list.
The moves off the Wish List are done manually so PLEASE keep WL requests accurate so those that want to play can know as early as possible.
New openings in full clinics often happen 3 days prior to the clinic. They sometimes happen less than 24 hours before the clinic due to an emergency situation.
We ask that Wish List requests be deleted
as soon as no longer desired.
Live Ball is not for beginner tennis players.
Make all line calls promptly and accurately.
Do not challenge calls made by tennis pros, opponents, or partner.
The use of profanity, loud yelling, racquet throwing and any form of misconduct is not permitted.
Please do your equal share of ball pick up, holding off socializing until courts are clear of all balls.
When hitting at your opponent, aim for below the waist (feet) when hitting from within the service line.
Players should tell their partner to ditch the net if they hit a weak lob to their opponent.
If the lob isn’t going to be great, avoid the lob, better to keep the ball low.
Ditch the net on any weak lob that a strong opponent will overhead smash.
Balls not in play should be pushed to
the back of the court
as quickly as possible
(not to sides or net).
When a ball needs clearing, let pro know loudly & clearly, then clear quickly to the back.
Do not participate in any behavior that would risk injury to anyone else, such as throwing or hitting balls when not in play, throwing your racquet or any other object.
Look to play high percentage shots for competitive, challenging, strategic, and safe point exchanges.
Aim for the winners off
balls, not necessarily the feed from the pro.
When not in play, please keep your focus on the next position so you are ready to go when “rotate” is called.
When more than 2 players on a side, aim to rotate in a circle.
When first feed it to the deuce side, rotation is to the left. When first feed is to the ad side, rotation is to the right.
If there are 2 players already in line and multiple courts, or if directed by a pro, please move quickly to another entry line location.
Please clear balls & return yourself to ready position as quickly as possible.
The Players’ Guide for Unofficiated Matches
NTPR Level Descriptions
Thank you for your understanding & cooperation.
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