High Point Adult Tennis Leagues are a great introduction to competitive play. We offer three levels: Entry-level (C), Intermediate (B), and Advanced (A). Leagues run approximately seven weeks and are held at High Point.
TIPS FOR CHOOSING THE MOST APPROPRIATE LEAGUE:
Entry-level "C" leagues are for players new to competition. If USTA rated, they will be between 2.5-3.0.
Intermediate "B" leagues are for players (if USTA rated) between 3.0-3.5. Those closer to 3.0 should consider B2 leagues, those mid range to 3.5 should consider B1 leagues.
Advanced "A" leagues are for players (if USTA rated) 4.0 and above. These players should look for A1 or Champs leagues.
What about 3.5-4.0 players? Based on whether you are closer to 3.5 or 4.0, consider A1 or A2 leagues.
Whether you're interested in testing out your singles, fixed doubles (you choose your partner), progressive doubles (we arrange your weekly partner for you), or mixed doubles (men/women) skills........
we've got a league for you!
HOW TO REGISTER FOR A LEAGUE:
1. CLICK ON PLANO PARKS AND RECREATION "LEISURE ONLINE"
2. Then click on the "Tennis" tab
3. Then click on the "Adult Leagues" tab
4. Once you complete step 3, you'll be able to scroll through the entire league listing. Find the league you'd like to join, add it to your cart and checkout. NOTE: You must have a Plano Parks & Recreation User ID and Password. However, you do not need to be a Plano resident to receive these! If you do not have a User ID and Password, please click here for instructions.
You may also register by stopping by or calling High Point Park Tennis Center at 972-941-7170, option 5.
Even if the league you want is full, we encourage you to ask to be waitlisted. Waitlist players are the first to be offered opportunities to sub or even permanently replace players during the league if someone needs to drop out.
2013 Summer/Fall/Winter Schedule
|Summer II League Ends
|Fall Registration Begins
||September 9 (9/11 at 7pm for non-Plano residents)
|Fall League Begins
|Fall League Ends
||January 19, 2014