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News and Information updated:3/19/2016 10:30pm Captains/Coordinators
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18+ League Schedules

The schedules for 18+ are now published on this site (the official schedule) for the 3.0, 3.5, 4.0 and 4.5 leagues. Note: There are quite a few FLOATING matches in the schedule due to blackout date conflicts. The 3.5 schedule has one entire week of FLOATING matches in order to fit the single round robin into the time frame from 3/26 to 6/11 and still have 3.5 team advance to playoffs. FLOATING matches can be played at an alternate location (i.e. high school, community college, etc.) on the date scheduled or rescheduled to another date.

There are also a few matches highlighted in green stating BLACKOUT. These may become FLOATING matches but will hopefully be assigned match times at the current AWAY facility. ALL FLOATING and BLACKOUT MATCHES are listed as 5:45am start times in TennisLink.

The schedules are now posted on TennisLink for scorecard availability.

REMEMBER that the OFFICIAL schedules are posted on this site as more information can be given via this route than on TennisLink.


EXTREME WEATHER RULE--For all captains and players

If the wind chill is 32 degrees or below, the match may be rescheduled if one captain requests it. The official weather reading will be found on the GFWTC website, www.tennisfortworth.com. Click the “weather forecast” to view the “feels like”, or wind chill, on the day of match only. Due to the frequent inaccuracy of weather forecasts, matches may not be canceled a day in advance. Captains should make a determination no earlier than 2 hours prior to the scheduled match time and notify their players accordingly. .

3rd Set Tiebreak format will be used for ALL league matches.

Coman Rotation has been adopted as the tiebreak procedure to be used at the National Tournaments since 2006. The Texas Section and our local league has also adopted this format to be used in Sectional and Local Championships and local league play. Click here for an explanation of the Coman Rotation.

TennisFortWorth.com is back up and running again. Check it out for stories about tennis happenings in our area. And, you can submit stories and photos for publication on the site by sending them to stories@tennisfortworth.com.

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The GFWTC has set up a Rules Committee and have reviewed the local league tennis rules and made some changes and clarifications in an effort of unification. The latest version of the league rules are available in three flavors: Men's, Women's and Mixed. Each file has unique elements specific to that league followed by the local governing rules for all Fort Worth Leagues. Click the appropriate link above to view these rules.