So Cal WTT

What is World TeamTennis?
World Team Tennis was started to showcase the best in professional tennis with a innovative team format co-founded by Billy Jean King in the 1970's. This lead to WTT Community Tennis to let recreational players play and share the same competitive experiences using this format like the professionals. The format for WTT is co-ed teams competing in a format that consists of 6 no-ad sets. One set each of men's and women's doubles followed by men's and women's singles, ending with 2 sets of mixed doubles. Total games won from all sets determines the winner. Substitutions and coaching are allowed during the match. Click here to view WTT Rules
What is a WTT team?
A WTT crew or team must consist of a minimum of six (6) players, three (3) men, and three (3) women, which is ideal for this allows for periods of rest, player substitutions and missing a player. Additional players can be added, with the permission of the League Director or Assistant League Director, during the season, up to a maximum of ten (10) players per crew or team.
Who can play?
Adults 18 and Over Divisions using current NTRP ratings or self-ratings.
Adults 50 and Over Divisions using current NTRP ratings or self-ratings.
When do leagues start?
Adult !8+ Leagues April 1 to June 30th
Adult 50+ Senior Leagues May 1st to July 30th

PP/Captains please register ASAP and email me at ( your team name so I can setup your team on the WTT website and to start registering your players.
Sign-Up Deadline: Open
No refunds and or transfer of payment to another player after the season has started.
What Divisions (levels of play) are offered?
The levels of plays being offered are:
18+ WTT 3.0 50+ WTT Seniors 3.5
18+ WTT 3.5 50+ WTT Seniors 4.0
18+ WTT 4.0
18+ WTT 4.5
18+ WTT OPEN (Direct to WTT Nationals in 2021/Site TBD)
Determining Team Rating
The average NTRP rating of the top two men and top two women players on your team determines the team rating.
  Joe- 4.5 Mary- 3.5
  Tom- 4.5 Jill-3.5
  Bill- 4.0 Gail- 3.5
  Joe- 4.5 Mary- 3.5
  Jim- 3.5 Joan- 3.0
The best two men and two women are: 4.5 + 4.5 + 3.5 + 3.5 = 16. 16 divided by 4 equals 4.0.
This team could register for the 4.0 division or a higher division. A team consists of a minimum of two men and two women. Although the limit to the number of team members is ten, the suggested number of players is three men and three women. Click here to determine your NTRP level.
Where do we play?
A Point Person (PP)/captain will be designated with each home court crew or team that will be responsible to obtain two (2) courts, of their choosing, to conduct each scheduled SoCal WTT match and will bear the cost of any court fees incurred. Due to Covid-19 pandemic, please follow all County and State Health and Safety guideline of mask mandates and player distancing guidelines, for doubles if allowed, and when in play as well as following all mask and safety guidelines per facility protocals.
Can I register as an individual/substitute/team?
You can register as an individual (we will make every effort to find an existing team for you to join in any given season), as part of a partial team ( we will assign other players to complete your team), or a full team. If you cannot commit to the entire season, we will place you on a substitute list. You will be called by myself or a team captain in the event they need a replacement player.
Note to substitute players:
Substitutes do not have to pay for the league at this time. You must register, however, and your playing is subject to the decision/judgment of the League Director who will independently assess your NTRP rating if you do not have a current NTRP rating.
Why register via the Internet?
You are not an official league participant until you have registered online. When you register via the Internet site you will be e-mailed league information during the season and your WTT Member Benefits (WTT Point of Contact Newsletter, discounts on hotel, rental cars, 2 for 1 tickets, plus more).
What is the cost?
WTT league player registration fee is $49, Venmo


Player registration fee includes WTT membership, a WTT T-shirt, balls for matches and winning team prizes at end of season
Local winning WTT team in each of their respective NTRP division that advances to a National Qualifier (NQ) will have to pay a NQ Entry Fee. Due to Covid-19 pandemic, location of post season Championships may be changed or rescheduled due to County and State Department of Health Services player safety guidelines.

Next local National Qualifier (NQ): 9/10/2021 Orange County, Great Park Tennis Center in The City of Irvine, CA
League winners qualify for a National Qualifier?
Winning teams advance to the WTT National Qualifiers. Your team is eligible to participate in a NQ for up to one year from the end date of your league. For every four (4) teams in any official World TeamTennis (WTT) local league division, one (1) team will be eligible to participate in a NQ. Click here for more details.
Local League Information & Rules:
For San Gabriel Valley SoCal WTT is a recreational tennis league where co-ed crews/teams, only need two (2) courts per match, that compete in a format that consist of five (5) or (6) no-ad sets and if at five (5) games all in set a nine (9) point tiebreak will determine the winner of that set. Order of play is: one (1) set each of men's doubles and women's doubles, then followed by one (1) set each of men's and women's singles, then ending with one (1) set of mixed doubles. Total games won from all six (6) sets determines the winner. Substitutions and coaching are allowed during the match.
For more information contact:
Jim Wong | Christine Lee
SoCal WTT League Director | SoCal WTT Assistant League Director
Mobile | 626.627.4677 | 909.910.3313
Click on the Registration link at the top of the page to register!