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Gathering Cape Cod Tennis Players


CASL: Cape Adult Sports League has had a lot of requests to start a tennis league on the Cape. We have spoken with people and given some thought to the best solution. We came up with the concept of a Cape Cod Tennis Ladder. We would add everyone interested into the system. We would start off with a self evaluation of skill level to get people situated. If there are 30 people in the system we would rank the people arbitrarily based on their self assessment. Say 10 people said they were advanced, 15 intermediate, and 5 beginner. Advanced would be randomly listed 1-10, intermediate 11-25, and beginner 26-30. The ladder would allow players to offer a challenge to players that are within three positions of them on the ladder. People would move up and down the ladder based on the results of matches. We can use these rankings to put together tournaments throughout the year.

The idea of this ladder is to help people meet other tennis players on the Cape. The ranking system should give players an opportunity to compete against players around their own skill level. We can break this out into different ladders based on demand. We can do one for doubles, men, women, or players location on the Cape. It will all be based on the number of participants and what everyone wants to do. I hope this idea works for everybody. If you are interested in joining the ladder please fill out the form below, so I can start getting things together.

  • Choose all the places that you are willing to play in ladder matches. These are the most common matches, so only choose places that you are willing to play often.
  • No real pressure here, just a basic assessment so we can create a starting point for the ladder.

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CASL: Cape Adult Sports League is a social sports league on the Cape for adults. It is designed to keep people active, help expand social circles, and let everyone have some fun during the work week. The leagues are based on some friendly competition where we are more concerned about laughs than highlight reels.
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