|NPTA organizes doubles leagues throughout the outdoor playing season, offering our members an opportunity for friendly competitive play. There are currently leagues for Women, Men and Mixed Doubles. They are offered in spring, summer and fall; each session is six weeks. General level of play for all leagues is 3.0 and above.|
|The NPTA Singles Ladder is an ongoing program that runs from spring through fall. Members may join at any time. There are separate Men’s and Women’s Singles Ladders. Depending on interest, there may be a combined program for a Mixed Singles ladder. Matches are scheduled between registered participants and players self-report scores. Playing level is typically 3.0 and above.
(Please note: We are currently not holding a Singles Ladder. Please contact us if you would like more information.)
|A great way to meet players is to participate in our Round Robin playing opportunities which are offered on Saturday mornings from spring through fall. Players from advanced beginner and up are welcomed.|
|Haven’t played in a while or new to the game? Join our tennis Strokes Clinics taught by Pro Bob Laudati on Sundays beginning in June. This is a great opportunity to learn the fundamentals of the game with other adults or rejuvenate your strokes and techniques.|
|NPTA hosts two competitive tournaments each year. Our Memorial Weekend Tournament is a one-day format with Men’s Doubles and Women’s Doubles events. The Walther Cup Tournament is a friendly annual tournament between NPTA and Summit Tennis Association (STA) members, typically held in June. Multiple playing opportunities include Women’s and Men’s Singles and Doubles as well as Mixed Doubles|
|NPTA partners with Murray Hill Tennis & Fitness to host a Winter Indoor program. This is a 12 week indoor Round Robin held on Sundays. Registration is limited to 16 players and each player is guaranteed six weeks of play. A list of registered subs is also maintained for anyone who might want to participate as needed but cannot commit to the full session.
(Please note: The 2017 indoor session has been cancelled due to lack of participation.)