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BAY AREA LADIES LEAGUE

2017 - 2018 ENTRY FORM

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Last update: 05/18/17

BAY AREA LADIES LEAGUE

RULES, REGULATIONS AND POLICIES

A.Governing Board

1.The Bay Areas Ladies League (BALL) shall be managed by a Governing Board consisting of the League Manager and Division Representatives. Board members shall serve three-year terms.

2.All teams and players within the league will adhere to the BALL Rules, Regulations and Policies stated herein. These regulations may be amended from time to time by a majority vote of the Governing Board. BALL regulations take precedence over any other rules. USTA rules apply in situations not covered by BALL rules.

3.The Governing Board may settle disputes, approve substitutions, and expel or penalize any player or team not abiding by the regulations.

B. Eligibility

1.Team Eligibility

a) Eligibility Determination. The Governing Board shall determine the eligibility of each team entering the league.

b) Entry Form and Payment. Each team wishing to enter must submit an entry form to the League Manager by a date determined by the Governing Board in order to qualify for entrance for the following season. The entrance fee, as determined by the Governing Board, must be submitted at the same time. Fees are non-refundable once submitted.

c) Team Size. Each regular doubles, senior or super senior team shall consist of a total of no more than 35 members. Each singles team shall consist of no more than 25 members.

d) Rosters. Team captains must submit changes - additions or deletions - to their existing rosters before the start of the season. ALL ROSTER CHANGES ARE TO BE SENT TO YOUR DIVISION REPRESENTATIVE. HER NAME IS LISTED ON YOUR TEAM PAGE.(New teams must submit their entire roster including players' full names, and town of residence prior to the start of the season.) Singles players must have their USTA rating as of the date of submission included.

e) Additions to Roster. Additions or deletions from rosters may be made at any time during the season by contacting the Division Representative. The player is not eligible to play until the Division Representative has been contacted via email. A new player can not have previously played on any team within the same BALL category (Regular/Senior/Singles/Super Senior) in the same season. Players can not be moved from one roster to another without BOTH captains' approval. It is up to the captain requesting the addition to make sure the player has been removed from the old roster and then reconfirm with the rep that the player has been added to the new roster before putting that player in a lineup. PRIOR TO THE START OF A MATCH, IF THE DIVISION REP HAS NOT BEEN NOTIFIED VIA EMAIL OF AN ADDITION TO THE ROSTER AND THE PLAYER PLAYS, IT WILL RESULT IN A DEFAULT OF THAT POSITION. IT IS THE CAPTAIN'S RESPONSIBILITY TO MAKE SURE THAT ALL PLAYERS IN A LINEUP ARE LISTED ON THEIR ROSTER.

f) Court Requirements. Teams must have 3 courts in one location for regular doubles matches or two courts for seniors, super seniors and singles matches.

g) Change of Captains. If there is a change of captain, the new or old team captain or club must immediately notify all teams in that division as well as the Division Representative.

2.Player Eligibility

a) Age. Players must be 19 years or older to play on a regular doubles or singles team. Players must be 50 years or older to play on a senior team and 65 years or older to play on a super senior team. Eligibility to play starts the calendar year of player's birthday.

b) USTA Rating. A singles player must be assigned a USTA rating. They do not need to be a member of USTA. All other new members will be assigned a letter rating depending upon the level of the Division in which they first play. BALL DOES NOT ADJUST USTA RATINGS ON ANY PLAYERS AFTER THEY ARE FIRST REGISTERED UNLESS THEY PLAY OUR SINGLES LEAGUE.

c) Number of Teams Played On. A player may only play on one team in the same league division (regular doubles, seniors, super seniors, or singles) during the season.

d) Change of Division. If a player signs up for a division (regular doubles, seniors, super seniors, or singles), but does NOT play any matches in that particular division, she may move to another team during the season.

C.Rules of Play

1.Host Team Responsibilities

a) Scheduling with Guest Team. The host captain will email the guest captain 7 days before the match to confirm times, place, scheduling of matches, etc. If requested by the guest captain, she should forward complete directions, including a map. The host captain shall inform the guest captain in advance of any special dress code requirements or restrictions (e.g., no black-soled shoes).

b) Balls and Refreshments. The host team will furnish refreshments and yellow heavy-duty Wilson, Penn or Dunlop balls.

2. Defaults

a) Late to Match. If a player (or players) arrives 20 minutes after the scheduled playing time a default CAN be called. However, if there are unforeseen problems (e.g., heavy traffic, freeway accident, etc.) and the visiting players arrive late to play, the teams should try to play the match regardless of the 20-minute default rule. For safety reasons the late player/s MUST be allowed a 5 minute warm up. Protests to the Division Representation should be done after the match has been concluded.

b) Failure to Meet Dress Code. All players will wear appropriate clothing and abide by the dress code of the host club. If the host captain fails to inform the guest captain of these types of restrictions and guest team players are not allowed on the courts, match play for those players in noncompliance will be rescheduled at the guest team’s courts. All complying guest players will play their individual matches as originally scheduled. If, despite advance notice, guest team players fail to conform to the host team’s dress code, those guest team players will be defaulted in favor of the host team.

c) Notification of Match Default. If a captain is aware that she needs to default a line, she shall notify the opposing team captain the evening before the match. Upon arrival at the courts, if a team is unaware the opposing team has defaulted a position, they have the option to rearrange their lineup.

Procedure for Defaulting. If a team must default a line, it will be the last position on the team (i.e., #5 on a regular doubles team or #4 on a senior or super seniors team). If a team must default two lines, they will be the last two positions. A default for a split start would default line #3 for the early lines. If play has started before the default is called, the match stands as played with the default for the line that did not show. For a singles team, the position level will be defaulted; all other levels will not be affected. If a match is in dispute (e.g., whether one must default or not), the match should be played and an appeal made to the Division Representative later.

d) Number of Defaults. No team may have more than 2 defaults per match. If a team does default more than 2 matches, its scores for the year will be negated. It will be at the discretion of the Board if that team will be allowed to play BALL the following season.

3.Rain Make-ups

a) Inclement Weather. The host captain should contact the guest captain as soon as she is aware her courts will be unplayableto cancel and discuss rescheduling at the earliest possible date. Captains are assumed to know their own court conditions and should be proactive about making sure courts will be playable at the scheduled start time for their match.

b) Unplayable Courts at Start of Match. If the guest team arrives and the designated courts for the first round of play are unplayable due to inclement weather at the scheduled start time for the match (i.e. 9:30AM), the guest captain has the option of rescheduling the match at her home courts on her home day. Her team shall provide balls and refreshments if she chooses this option.

c) Rescheduling matches.The match must be rescheduled as follows: within seven days of the original match date, the home team must offer the visiting team at least two different dates (the two dates must be offered at the same time) for the makeup match at the home team's courts within three days of receiving those options, the visiting team must choose one date. If the home team fails to comply with the Rescheduling Procedures by the seventh day, the home team will lose home court advantage and scheduling rights. The visiting team will then have seven days (starting immediately) to set up the match, in accordance with the procedures stated above. Teams may play rain make-ups by individual positions if necessary. If a captain has called to default positions for a match that is rained out before play begins, she may try to fill those positions for the make-up match. If the match is rained out in progress, any defaults will stand even if the defaulted positions did not start.

d) Match Interrupted. If a match is interrupted by rain, the same line-up must be used and play will continue at the point at which it was suspended. Play will be at the host team’s courts. If, however, one of the players in the line-up becomes injured and will not be able to reschedule the match before the end of the season, a substitute player is allowed.

4.Time of Matches

a) Starting Times for Split start. Teams should allow for a 15 minute warm-up with actual playing time starting at 9:30 a.m. The second round of matches should be scheduled for 10:30 a.m with at least a 5 minute warm up. If all lines are playing at the same time, or the start time will differ from 9:30AM, the host captain must inform the visiting captain as soon as possible i.e. at the start of the season. If the visiting team can not have all lines early or with a differing start, the host team will conform to the regular start times.

5. Match Line-ups

a) Score Sheets. Each Captain shall bring her own score sheet to each match. Team captains should have their first round line-up written down upon arrival at the courts. The host captain shall post the scores on the BALL website (Leagues for Fun) as soon as possible after the match. The guest captain shall verify the posted scores as soon thereafter as possible.

b) Substitutions. A player’s name may be changed on the score sheet if someone sent a replacement and the captain did not know of the substitution until the player arrived or if an injury or emergency occurs during warm-up and a replacement can be made before the default time. Team positions should not be altered, only the players replaced.

c) Singles Line-ups. Singles players will play at their USTA rating effective from the start of the season or the date they are added to the team roster, whichever is later. Singles will consist of four lines, one at each of the following ability levels: #1 the rating shall be 4.0 to 5.0 #2 shall be 3.5 to 4.0 #3 shall be 3.0 to 3.5 #4 shall be 2.5 to 3.0. Singles players must play in order of their ratings (e.g., a 3.5 player may not play above a 4.0 player). They may not play more than one level above their rating. Singles captains should bring to each match a roster sheet listing the ratings of their players.

6.Scoring

a) Sets. Each team competition shall consist of 2 sets out of 3, with 5 doubles matches for regular doubles, 4 matches for singles, C, seniors and super seniors. The 12-point tiebreaker rules shall apply when a set reaches 6 all. A third set super tie break is now allowed. The decision to play either a full third set or a match tiebreak is made by the home team on each court prior to the start of the match and must be communicated to the opposing team. If the players forget to make this decision before the match, it should be made as soon as this oversight is discovered. The decision, once made, can be changed only by unanimous agreement by all players on the court. EXCEPTION, Effective 10/2015: All matches played with a split start will be required to play a Super Tie Break in lieu of a third set. THE THIRD SET SCORE SHOULD BE ENTERED AS 1-0 WHEN A SUPER TIE BREAK IS PLAYED.

b) Points Awarded. If a team wins the match in two sets, it receives 3 points. In a three-set match, the team that wins two sets receives 2 points. The opposing team that won one set receives 1 point.

c) Defaults and Retirements. If a team defaults a position, the opposing team receives 3 points. If a player retires for any reason, the points stand as won (i.e., the team not retiring receives the remaining points).

d) Division Winners. If a team defeats all other teams in its division, it will be the winner. A tied match does not constitute a win. If no team defeats all other teams, then the winning team would be determined by the highest number of total points. In the event of a tie, the tiebreaker is head-to-head results. The winner of a division, including all players rostered on the winning team who played at least one match, will move up a division the following year.

D.Regulations

1. Coaching. Coaching is not allowed at BALL matches.

2. Children at Courts. No children are allowed on or near courts during play.

3. Disputes. A lines-person will stand at the net. She will not make calls but if asked can overrule a player’s call.

4. Footfaults. A warning must be given before a lines-person is called (same as USTA rules).

Last update: 05/18/17
Dear Captains,
BALL's rules say a match is the best 2 out of 3 sets. NEW FOR 2013-2014 SEASON: A third set super tie break is now allowed. The decision to play either a full third set or a match tiebreak is made by the home team on each court prior to the start of the match and must be communicated to the opposing team. If the players forget to make this decision before the match, it should be made as soon as this oversight is discovered. The decision, once made, can be changed only by unanimous agreement by all players on the court. EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY: ANY MATCH WITH A SPLIT START MUST PLAY A THIRD SET TIE BREAK FOR ALL LINES IN LIEU OF A FULL THIRD SET. NEW FOR THE 2017-2018 SEASON - THIRD SET SUPER TIE BREAK SCORES SHOULD BE ENTERED AS 1-0.
Last update: 05/18/17

Bay Area Ladies League

Topdog Sports

Captain’s Handbook

A. Login to Topdog Sports

Login to Topdog Sports to print a copy of your scorecard, enter scores, etc.

1. Go to: http://www.topdogtennis.com

2. Click on Login, green tab on right

3. Enter your email address and password. Leave Administrator blank.

4. Click on Log Me In!

NOTE: Your teammates can select Login if they have been set up with login access (email

address + password). If they do not have a login set up, they can select Guest. Whether

they login as a member or enter as a guest, they can view information such as the team

schedule, roster, team standings, or even print a blank scorecard, etc.

B. Find Your Team Page

1. After login, if you are not on your Profile page, select My Profile (located on the very top,

right hand corner of the screen).

Note: As long as you are logged in, you can select My Profile from anywhere in the

Topdog Sports website to bring you back to your Profile page.

2. Scroll down under the green navigation bar until you find Competitions, look for the team you want.

3. Select your team.

C. Email the Opposing Captains

1. Go to your team page. (See instructions on page 1, Section B: Find Your Team Page)

2. Click on the Email Captians located under the green navigation bar.

3. Select the captain(s) you want to email.

4. Select Continue.

5. Enter your message in the message box, and select Submit.

E. Another way to Email the Opposing Captain or Co-Captain

1. Go to the opposing team’s home webpage.

2. Click on the Captain’s or Co-Captain’s name (located in the team information box—top

left hand side of screen—or in the Team Roster section.)

3. Locate the name of the Captain/Co-Captain in the Profile section.

4. Click on Send Email in the Email field.

F. Get a Summary List of All the Captains/Co-Captains Contact Information (phone

number, cell phone number, email address)

1. Go to your team page. (See instructions on page 1, Section B: Find Your Team Page)

2. Click on ‘Reports’— under the green navigation bar

3. In the ‘Reports’ field, select ‘Captain List’

4. In the ‘Divisions’ field, select your team’s division.

5. For ‘Teams’ – select ‘Any’ using the drop down button.

6. In the ‘Sort By’ field, select player or team

a. ‘Player’ – sorts report alphabetically by Captains’ last names.

b. ‘Team Name’ – sorts report alphabetically by Team Name

7. Click on Create:

a. Screen

b. Excel

c. Printer

G. Print a Blank Scorecard Before a Match

1. Go to your team page. (See instructions on page 1, Section B: Find Your Team Page)

2. To the right of the match scheduled it says line up list your players. Select the players from the drop down button for each team position. You may then email this from the website & decide if you want people to see it.Hit Save when the lineup is completed.

3. To the left of the match Click on Options click on Blank Score card, if you have entered the players their names will appear on the score card

4. When the scorecard appears, select the print button from your Internet browser.

5. If you want to stop the reminders going out to your team about the next match, log in, go to your team’s home page click on green edit tab under the circle profile.You can have a reminder sent to your team or not.

H. Record Your Scores

1. Go to your team page. (See instructions on page 1, Section B: Find Your Team Page)

2.The Option is located Left of the match date

3. Type in the new match date.

4. For each of the five lines, select one of the following in the Status field:

Completed, Default, Retired or Double Default

5. Select the Winner for each line by clicking on the round button to the left of the team.

6. To select the players for that match, use the drop down menu (down arrow).

7. For each team, enter the number of games won in each set.

8. Hit the Submit button when finished, or Cancel if you don’t want to submit the

scores.

9.Once you select Submit, an email message will be sent automatically to the

opposing captain notifying her to Verify the match scores. An Alert icon will be

flashing in the captain’s player Profile listing the score card that needs to be

confirmed.

IMPORTANT NOTES:

a. Either captain may enter the scores and within 24 hours of the match.

b. The opposing captain should verify/confirm the scores within 48 hours of the match.

c. Captains and Co-captains can record or enter scores, verify a scorecard, or edit a

scorecard as long as the opposing captain has not verified the scores.

I. Verify the Scores after a Match

1. Go to your team page. (See instructions on page 1, Section B: Find Your Team Page)

2. Find the match date you want to Verify the scores.

3. If the Status column says Verify, the opposing captain has entered the match scores.

4. If the Status column says Record, enter the scores and the opposing captain shall

Verify.

5. Compare the scores listed online to those on your score sheet.

6. If you disagree with the scores, email the opposing captain with your concerns.

7. Do NOT verify/confirm the scorecard if you disagree!!

8. If you agree with the scores, click on Verify, then select Confirm.

J. Change a Match Score After It Has Been Entered

If an error is found on the scorecard, only the captain who entered the scores can change it:

1. Go to your team page, select Change located next to the match date.

2. Make the correction, and select Submit.

IMPORTANT NOTE:

The scores CANNOT be changed by the captain after the scorecard has been Confirmed.

Once the scores have been confirmed, only the Division Rep can change the scores.

K. Look Up Your Team’s Standing

1. Go to your team page. (See instructions on page 1, Section B: Find Your Team Page)

2. Click on League Standings listed below the green navigation bar.

L. Edit Your Profile

1. Go to the Login page: https://www.topdogtennis.com/pages/player_login.asp

2. Enter your email address and password. Leave Administrator blank.

3. Click on Log me in!

4. If you are not already in your Profile page, select My Profile from the top, right hand side

of the screen above the black navigation bar.

5. Select the green Edit tab located under the circle where a picture can be uploaded, left hand side of the screen.If you want to upload a picture click on “click to update”.

6. Add/change your home or cell phone number, city of residence, email address or

password.

7. Privacy: If you do not want your phone numbers revealed to those who are not a part of

your team or Division, or who are not members of Bay Area Ladies League; the Show

Home Phone and Show Work Phone in the General Preferences section should NOT be

checked off.

IMPORTANT NOTES:

a. Notify your Division Rep IMMEDIATELY if you change your contact number(s) or

email address.

b. As long as you are logged in, you can select My Profile from anywhere in the

Topdog Sports website to bring you back to your Profile page.

M. News & Announcements

1. Go to News & Announcements for the following information:

a. BALL Board/Division Reps

b. Third Set or Tie Breaker

c. BALL Rules, Regulations & Policies

d. Captain’s Handbook

e. Entry Form

f. Privacy Policy

2. To find News & Announcements:

a. If you are already on your team page, click on League Standings or View Season

yellow tab.

b. Click on Bay Area Ladies League.

c. News & Announcements is located in the top section.

Last update: 05/03/16

BAY AREA LADIES LEAGUE

GOVERNING BOARD

2017-2018

League Manager

Margo Garner

margowg@comcast.net 925-376-9384

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Division Representatives

Alva Antonini: A-1, Senior A-2

alvajane@aol.com 510-581-1321

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Estelle Baum: Singles, Super Seniors A-1

dominodog@aol.com 510-482-2315

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Susi Browne: SB2, Treasurer

susi.browne@gmail.com

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Nancy Hickey: A-3, C

hicksta3@aol.com 925-736-7723

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Becca Laufenberg: Super Senior A-2, Web Administrator

beccalaufenberg@gmail.com 510-543-5996

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Roberta Pottorff: A-2

robbiepot@comcast.net

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Vivian Scharlach B-2, Senior B-1

vscharlach@hotmail.com 510-923-9854

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Susan Shears B-1, B-3

dsshears@aol.com 510-651-2164

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Nicole Radlow Senior A-1, Senior A-3

nradlow@me.com 510-908-0812

Last update: 09/27/17

Directions to Blackhawk Country Club

599 Blackhawk Club Drive

925-736-6500

From North of Danville

Get on I-680 South and head toward Danville. Exit at El Cerro Blvd. Turn left (east) on El Cerro. Stay straight to go onto Diablo Road. Diablo Road becomes Blackhawk Road. Continue on Blackhawk Road until you reach the main (west) entrance to Blackhawk Drive. Turn left onto Blackhawk Drive.

From South of Danville

Get on I-680 North and head toward Danville. Exit at Crow Canyon Road and turn right (east). Crow Canyon Road becomes Blackhawk Road just past Camino Tassajara. Turn right on Blackhawk Drive into the main Blackhawk Country Club entrance.

After You’re on Blackhawk Drive

Enter Visitors’ lane and tell the guard you are there for a tennis luncheon at the Lakeside Ballroom. Turn left at the first stop sign (Blackhawk Club Drive – sign is on left side of street), heading toward the clubhouse. This leads you straight to the Ballroom, which is located just past the main clubhouse. There is parking to the left and right as you come in the country club entrance, as well as behind the Ballroom.

Special Note: Attire

If you are coming from a tennis match and want to change clothes, there is a spacious bathroom in the Ballroom building where you can change. The club has a rule of no denim, please. Thank you.

Last update: 05/10/15

2017/2018 Season BALL Luncheon

Wednesday, May 2, 2018

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Last update: 10/06/17

2017 BALL A-1

09/03/17 - 04/20/18

2017 BALL League

Teams: 10
Players: 229
Playing

2017 BALL A-2

09/03/17 - 04/20/18

2017 BALL League

Teams: 10
Players: 242
Playing

2017 BALL A-3

09/03/17 - 04/20/18

2017 BALL League

Teams: 13
Players: 334
Playing

2017 BALL B-1

09/03/17 - 04/20/18

2017 BALL League

Teams: 9
Players: 235
Playing

2017 BALL B-2

09/03/17 - 04/20/18

2017 BALL League

Teams: 9
Players: 211
Playing

2017 BALL B-3

09/03/17 - 04/20/18

2017 BALL League

Teams: 6
Players: 141
Playing

2017 BALL C

09/03/17 - 04/20/18

2017 BALL League

Teams: 5
Players: 119
Playing

2017 BALL Singles

09/03/17 - 04/20/18

2017 BALL League

Teams: 7
Players: 133
Playing

2017 BALL Senior A-1

09/03/17 - 04/20/18

2017 BALL League

Teams: 7
Players: 164
Playing

2017 BALL Senior A-2

09/03/17 - 04/20/18

2017 BALL League

Teams: 7
Players: 149
Playing

2017 BALL Senior A-3

09/03/17 - 04/20/18

2017 BALL League

Teams: 7
Players: 173
Playing

2017 BALL Senior B-1

09/03/17 - 04/20/18

2017 BALL League

Teams: 5
Players: 111
Playing

2017 BALL Senior B-2

09/03/17 - 04/20/18

2017 BALL League

Teams: 9
Players: 188
Playing

2017 BALL Super Senior A-1

09/03/17 - 04/20/18

2017 BALL League

Teams: 4
Players: 69
Playing

2017 BALL Super Senior A-2

09/03/17 - 04/20/18

2017 BALL League

Teams: 6
Players: 128
Playing

Seasons

2017 BALL League

9/3/2017 - 4/20/2018
15 Divisions 0 Teams 0 Players

2016 BALL League

9/5/2016 - 5/1/2017
14 Divisions 0 Teams 0 Players

2015 BALL League

9/7/2015 - 4/22/2016
14 Divisions 0 Teams 0 Players

2014 BALL League

9/8/2014 - 4/24/2015
15 Divisions 0 Teams 0 Players

2013 BALL League

9/2/2013 - 4/25/2014
13 Divisions 0 Teams 0 Players

2012 BALL League

9/2/2012 - 4/26/2013
16 Divisions 0 Teams 0 Players

2011 BALL League

9/4/2011 - 4/23/2012
15 Divisions 0 Teams 0 Players

2010 BALL League

9/7/2010 - 4/29/2011
14 Divisions 0 Teams 0 Players

2009 BALL League

9/1/2009 - 4/30/2010
14 Divisions 0 Teams 0 Players

2008 BALL League

9/9/2008 - 4/30/2009
14 Divisions 0 Teams 0 Players

2007 BALL League

9/11/2007 - 4/20/2008
13 Divisions 0 Teams 0 Players

2006 BALL League

9/1/2006 - 4/30/2007
14 Divisions 0 Teams 0 Players

2005 BALL League

9/6/2005 - 5/11/2006
14 Divisions 0 Teams 0 Players

2004 BALL League

9/7/2004 - 4/22/2005
13 Divisions 0 Teams 0 Players

Affiliated Organizations

Alameda Recreation & Parks Department

Alameda, CA

510-748-7529

Courts 0

Arroyo Park

Union City, CA

510-881-2525

Courts 0

Bay Trees Park

Castro Valley, CA

510-881-6700

Courts 0

Berkeley Tennis Club

Berkeley, CA

510-841-1380

Courts 0

Blackhawk Country Club

Danville, CA

925-736-6575

Courts 0

Chabot Canyon Racquet Club

Oakland, CA

510-652-0608

Courts 6

Claremont Country Club

Oakland, CA

510-655-2438

Courts 0

Claremont Resort & Spa

Berkeley, CA

510-549-8517

Courts 0

Clubsport Fremont

Fremont, CA

510-226-8500

Courts 0

Clubsport Pleasanton

Pleasanton, CA

925-463-2822

Courts 14

Clubsport San Ramon

San Ramon, CA

925-735-8500

Courts 9

Concord Community Park

Concord, CA

925-686-1707

Courts 7

Concord Tennis Club

Concord, CA

925-686-1707

Courts 0

Crow Canyon Co. Club

Danville, CA

925-735-7104

Courts 13

Danville Station

Danville, CA

925-683-4033

Courts 0

Davie Tennis Stadium

Piedmont, CA

510-444-5663

Courts 0

Diablo Country Club

Diablo, CA

925-837-7040

Courts 0

El Cerrito Tennis Club

El Cerrito, CA

510-237-1699

Courts 0

Fremont Tennis Center

Fremont, CA

510-790-5510

Courts 0

Harbor Bay Club

Alameda, CA

510-521-5414

Courts 0

Heather Farm Tennis Center

Walnut Creek, CA

925-945-0105

Courts 0

Hidden Hills Health & RC

Hayward, CA

510-690-0102

Courts 0

Lafayette Tennis Club

Lafayette, CA

925-937-2582

Courts 0

Livermore Valley Tennis Club

Livermore, CA

925-443-7700

Courts 11

Meadow Swim & Tennis Club

Orinda, CA

925-254-3861

Courts 4

Mervyn Morris Park

San Lorenzo, CA

510-881-6700

Courts 6

Mission Hills Tennis Club

Fremont, CA

510-656-2250

Courts 0

Moraga Country Club

Morga, CA

925-376-1314

Courts 0

Moraga Tennis & Swim Club

Moraga, CA

925-376-1622

Courts 0

Moraga Valley Swim and Tennis Club

Orinda, CA

925-376-4190

Courts 4

Oakhurst Country Club

Clayton, CA

925-672-9737

Courts 0

Oakland Hills Tennis Club

Oakland, CA

424-202-2357

Courts 0

Orinda Country Club

Orinda, CA

925-254-4544

Courts 8

Orindawoods Tennis Club

Orinda, CA

925-254-1065

Courts 0

Piedmont Public Courts

Piedmont, CA

510-420-3074

Courts 0

Pinole City Courts

Pinole, CA

510-222-9331

Courts 0

Pinole Valley Tennis Courts

Pinole, CA

510-724-9018

Courts 0

Pleasanton Tennis and Community Park

Pleasanton, CA

925-931-3449

Courts 0

Rancho Colorados Swim & Tennis Club

Lafayette, CA

925-283-5448

Courts 5

Rossmoor Tennis Club

Walnut Creek, CA

925-938-9086

Courts 0

Round Hill Country Club

Alamo, CA

925-837-0558

Courts 15

Ruby Hill Golf Club

Pleasanton, CA

925-461-5257

Courts 4

Saint Mary's College

Morga, CA

925-631-4401

Courts 0

San Ramon Valley Tennis Club

Danville, CA

925-314-3377

Courts 0

Sequoyah Country Club

Oakland, CA

510-/63-2290

Courts 0

Sleepy Hollow Swim And Tennis

Orinda, CA

925-254-1798

Courts 11

Valley Vista Racquet Club

Walnut Creek, CA

925-934-4050

Courts 17

Walnut Creek Racquet Club

Walnut Creek, CA

925-945-0105

Courts 0

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