2018 summer 1840 Mixed Doubles

USTA High School Junior Team Tennis Tournament

2018 High School Junior Team Tennis Tournament - "The Big Chill"

CORTA will be hosting the first ever High School Junior Team Tennis weekend tournament called "The Big Chill."   It is time for teams to form to represent your school!  This is a weekend competitive tennis tournament in which Boys teams and Girls teams will compete.  It is the perfect pre-season warm-up for high school players to prepare them for the upcoming HS season.  The format will be boys and girls teams playing three singles and two doubles.  Teams will be divided into JV and Varsity (If enough teams)   Each team must have at least seven players. Matches will be played at Cooper Creek Tennis Center. This will be a round robin tournament so each team will play throughout the 3 day tournament. This is a non-membership league so you do not have to have a USTA membership.  Each player will pay $20.00, which includes your TennisLink fee, court fees, balls, awards and a t-shirt. Fees and rosters will be turned in by the team captain with the player roster form filled out.   Each team should have a team captain (preferably a senior) to get the team registered and organized.  Each team also needs one team mom or dad to help the team captain get players registered and organized! :)  A great chance to step up and be a LEADER


December 14th - Organizational meeting to brief interested schools on the new tournament
January 11th - Initial rosters/fees submitted to CORTA
January 16th - Mandatory captains meeting - Schedules/draws and info given out
January 19 - 21 - "The Big Chill" High School Tournament
Fee:      $20.00  ($20.00 - Tournament fee)

Click here to print sheet info about tournament
Click here to print a roster form

Register by phone at CORTA (706-317-4136) or email




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