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...from the Tennis Association of Central Ky
January 25, 2021
Play Session 2 Adult and Fun Leagues
REMINDER: 2021 USTA TACK Session 2 Adult and Fun Leagues registration is open with play beginning March 15th. The minimum roster deadline is February 26th, so get your teams registered if you haven't already.

Session 2 Adult League/Fun League includes the following team categories:
  • 18+: 2.5, 3.0, 4.0, -- 2 singles, 3 doubles
  • 40+: 3.5, 4.5 -- 1 singles, 4 doubles (State Championships are 1 singles, 3 doubles)
  • 55+: 3.0, 4.0 -- 3 doubles
  • *Fun Leagues (18+): 3.5, 4.5

Let us know if you need help finding a team, or have any questions.
Meet the Board:
Judy Craft, Secretary
[Over the coming weeks the TACK newsletter will introduce each of the members of the Board of Directors. We hope you'll take the time to read about us, but, even better, we hope you will get to know us in person!]
How long have you been playing tennis, and what got you started?
I started playing in 2010 after a friend suggested it to me. I joined LTC and jumped into some new player clinics and loved it!

What is your favorite league to play in and why?
I love Adult League for several reasons. I have been playing with the same team for several years now and we have become good friends. It is a competitive and challenging league! I also enjoy Mixed Doubles as it is a bit more relaxing and a fun summer league.

What do you enjoy/look forward to about volunteering for TACK?
I have found the TACK Board to be comprised of like-minded individuals who come together to help guide the professionalism of the sport. There are, at times, lively discussions regarding current issues. COVID has been challenging and frustrating on many levels, but everyone worked together to play while practicing safety guidelines.

If you could attend one of the four grand slams, which would you choose, and why?
Hmmm...this is a good questions. Probably the Australian Open because I would like to visit Australia! A very close second would be Wimbledon, because of the history and uniqueness of the tournament.
Let's play tennis in 2021!