MTG's marquee event is back!
A superb way to play singles matches, find new hitting partners and make friends along the way. All levels are welcome.
This year's the Summer ladder runs from Friday. May 27, 2020. to Monday, September 5, 2020. Registrants arrange their own matches and play up to three per week. The playing week begins on a Sunday and ends on the following Saturday. At the end of the summer, a playoff will determine the 2022 Summer Ladder champion.
There is a $10 registration fee. Following receipt of your fees, you will be sent a welcome message with the official rules and a link for joining the GTN Network, the ladder software program where your will record your match scores.
**You must be a current active MTG member to play the 2022 Summer Ladder.**
This year's Ladder will be overseen by Daniel Arzuaga. You may reach him at email@example.com or text at (646) 417-0910 with any questions you may have.
Let the games begin!!!
***Update Regarding MTG’s 2021 Summer Ladder(s)****
Given last year's success we will again have two (2) separate and concurrent summer ladder competitions. One ladder will be for 3.0 players and below. The second player will be 3.5 players and above. I will place everyone according to their self rating in their MTG profile. Please contact me ASAP if you are concerned you are not in the right playing division.
When you register for the ladder, please look for a subsequent e-mail that invites you to join the Global Tennis Network (“GTN”), the software program that we employ to tally the scores and rankings. There is no additional cost to join that network, but you must join GTN in order to partake in the ladder competition. (If you have played the ladder before, there is no need to re-register.)
Registration and enrollment for the ladder is a "rolling admissions" process. The competition begins on Friday, May 27, 2021 but you can join after that date at any point during the summer. May 27sth is a "commencement date"...not a deadline or cutoff for registration.
Daniel Arzuaga will be running and overseeing both ladder competition this year.
Feel free to reach out to me with any questions you may have.
See you on the courts soon!
Metropolitan Tennis Group (MTG)
BEGINNERS TENNIS PARTY
Drill and Play at Roosevelt Island
(Never played before to advanced beginners)
Beginners = 1.0, 1.5, 2.0
Advanced Beginners = 2.5, 3.0
DIRECTIONS AND ARRIVAL:
Meet in the reception area. Arrive a few minutes early so that the court assignments can be distributed and orientation to the facility can be provided to all attendees. The sooner we go through the formalities, the sooner we get on the courts.
PAYMENTS, CANCELLATIONS & WAIT-LIST:
Payment must be tendered at the time of event registration.
Cancellation must be received 72 hours prior to the event in order to receive a refund. As a courtesy, please notify the coordinator immediately, so that we can notify those on the wait-list.
Wait-list registration is available once the event is full. If you want to play and the event is full, it is highly recommended to add yourself to the wait-list.
Contact the event host with any questions.
David Reid| firstname.lastname@example.org | 917.608.4287
Sign up quickly for two hours of group instruction and play led by a pro.
Afterward, join us for a light meal, snack, or
beverage at local bar and restaurant. PLEASE NOTE: In case of a sold-out event, priority will be given to those who are 1 (beginner) 1.5 (intermediate beginner) 2.0 (advanced beginner) and 2.5 (intermediate). We welcome 3.0 as well (advanced intermediate).
MTG's premiere GLTA World Tour event.
LOCATION: Carey Leeds Center For Tennis & Learning
The $26.5 million Cary Leeds Center for Tennis & Learning is an award winning, state-of-the-art tennis facility and flagship home of New York Junior Tennis & Learning. The facility includes a two-story 12,000 square foot clubhouse with classrooms, access to 20 courts (10 covered in the winter months) and two stadium and exhibition courts, which seat up to 800 spectators. The Cary Leeds Center is led by former Top 40 WTA players Ahsha Rolle and Shenay Perry. The Center is easily accessible from Manhattan and other boroughs. Parking available as well.
Play Singles, Doubles or Both!
To register, visit the GLTA Website: Liberty Open 2022
Contact: Albert Cousins, Tournament Director
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