LCTA MIDDLE SCHOOL TENNIS LEAGUE
LCTA is providing Middle School Tennis players, boys or girls grades 6-8, an opportunity to have team practices and meet players from their own middle school. Along with team matches against other middle schools in the area and gain invaluable experience going into high school tennis.
REGISTRATION INFORMATION (2 STEPS)
Register through The Loudoun County Department of Parks, Recreation and Community Services.
Make sure you enter your child’s DOB in your PRCS account.
- Type the activity number xxxxxx
- Select “Search”
- Select your child’s middle school (or closest to your middle school)
LOUDOUN COUNTY TENNIS ACADEMY (LCTA) MS TENNIS LEAGUE – INTERMEDIATE TO ADVANCE
Activity Number: 121806
LOUDOUN COUNTY TENNIS ACADEMY (LCTA) MS TENNIS LEAGUE – DEVELOPMENT TO BEGINNER, LOW INTERMEDIATE
Activity Number: 121805
Varsity Players (Advanced Level)
Advanced players can serve the ball in the box consistently (at least 70%), know the rules of tennis, can hit/rally consistent ground strokes, and have some years of match play experience.
Junior Varsity Players (Intermediate Level)
Intermediate players can serve the ball in the box at least 50% of the time, know the rules of tennis, can hit/rally ground strokes in the court 50% of the time, and have 2 or more years of match play experience.
Development Players (Beginner, Low Intermediate Level)
Development players can serve the ball in the box at less than 50% of the time, know the rules of tennis, can hit/rally ground strokes in the court less than 50% of the time, and have none or very little match play experience.
STEP 2: Very Important! YOU MUST create a free UTR account to be able to play in the Middle School League.
Click here to request to join our UTR digital club
UTR is the universal standard for all tennis players. It’s based purely on tennis results, and is age & gender blind. Think of it like a golf handicap, but for tennis. If you’ve played USTA, you may already have a UTR – see what it is!
“UTR has given tennis players something they have never had: a simple, clear rating system that, like a handicap in golf, provides an objective, results-based measure of one’s skill. That opens opportunities that had never before been available in tennis…”
- Singles format:
2/3 FAST4 Sets (start each set at 2-2), 7 point tie break at 1 set all
no add scoring
- Doubles format: 8-game pro set, 7 point tie break at 7 games all