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Budimac Tennis Group
City Box League 2020
Greater Vancouver, BC
July 6- August 30, 2020 | Cost: $50 + tax
The key to staying match-tough is consistent exposure to competitive match play. With tournaments suspended until further notice in Greater Vancouver, we want to provide you with an opportunity to maintain your competitive tennis and mental game.
The Budimac Tennis Group City Box League will keep you in prime shape for when tournaments resume.
Play will consist of co-ed singles matches in a short-set format. Each player will play 6-8 matches during the season. Categories include adults NTRP level 2.5 to 4-5. Rate yourself here
The box league is managed through an online platform by Budimac Tennis Group league administrators. Every two weeks, the administrators will move players up and down based on results.
Schedule your match directly with your opponent at a time and location that is convenient for you. All players must be able to compete in the Lower Mainland of British Columbia.
About the BTG City Box League
The Budimac Tennis Group (BTG) City Box League allows players to continue playing competitive and organized tennis matches while all tournaments are suspended until further notice. Our box league administrators manage the league through an online portal (SportyHQ.com). All participants have have access to the portal to view results and to schedule their matches. Every two weeks, players will move boxes based on results, ensuring that you are always playing with new opponents.
HOW IT WORKS
Safety measures must be in place. Each player must being their own labeled tennis balls
for each match. Please follow all on-site court signage regarding safety.
Register through: Register Now
Please ensure you provide your full name, club name (if applicable), and a self-rating of
your NTRP level of play (2.5, 3.0, 3.5, 4.0 or 4.5).
Upon registering, you will receive further instructions and your starting box by June 21,
Email anyone within your box to schedule a match, and play anywhere in the City.
Short-Set Scoring System
Each set is up to 4 games
Tiebreaker to be played at 3-3
3rd set: In lieu of a 3rd set, a tiebreaker up to 7 points will be played.
In the event of disputes on court, players will be responsible for adhering to the 2020
Tennis Canada Rules of the Court amongst themselves.
Each group will have three players and each player will play 6-8 matches. Boxes are co-ed.