Men’s 3.5+ Doubles Indoors Starting Soon

MWSaHTB Players,

Our indoor season for Men’s 3.5+ Doubles will commence on Monday, September 9 at the Hampton Tennis Barn. Our time slot is 7pm – 9pm for both the Monday and Wednesday night sessions and 1pm – 3pm for the Saturday midday session. HTB has indicated that we can have all 4 courts if we can fill them, so because we have 38 potential players on the list, showing our interest by filling as many courts as possible early on should help us get these courts throughout the season and enable as many of these 38 players, as possible, to play. Court costs will be $24/hour, so each 2 hour doubles session will be $12 for each player, plus $1 for balls.

Online signups for these sessions will commence 1 week in advance of the session, so for instance, signups for the premier Monday, September 9th session commences Monday, September 2 (Labor Day) at 7pm. Similarly, signup for the Wednesday, September 11 session commences Wednesday, September 4 at 7pm, and signup for Saturday, September 14 begins at 1pm on Saturday, September 7. Please do not jump the gun with your online posts as they will not be acknowledged and you will need to resend. Once the sessions get going, you will be able to sign up for the next week’s session while playing during the current week’s session.

The best way to stay informed, learn if you are playing, as well as the match pairings, is to follow the MWSaHTB Blog at http://MWSaHTB.wordpress.com. It is also helpful to click on the button to choose to follow the blog by EMail and you will be subscribed to receive the blog posts in your InBox. Best way to sign up for a session is to send an EMail stating that you are signing up for the session and make sure you include your name, to the proprietary EMail address for the MWSaHTB Blog.

Match pairings will always be published to the blog at 6pm on the evening preceding play.

If you have any questions or comments or if I am forgetting something, please let me know.

Looking forward to this year’s Men’s 3.5+ Doubles play.

Gary Kamieneski

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