2016 Board Members
General Tournament Information
The format of MTA tournaments will be determined based on the number of entries, which in some cases may
be limited because of time and/or court space constraints.
Preference is given to the earliest sign‐up on the
entries when the number of entries must be limited.
Late entries may be used when the tournament is not full
at the deadline time and will be taken order received until the tournament is full.
Players may sign up singly or as a team for doubles events.
The current tournament entry fees will be posted on the Courtly Times website.
Order of play, partners, opponents, answers to questions and settlement of disputes shall be by the persons organizing the tournament and their word is final and above reproach.
Current MTA membership is required for participation in all MTA tournaments (except that non-MTA members may play in one non-ladder / non-“away” tournament for a special guest fee; thereafter, membership is required).
- Refunds of fees are at the discretion of the tournament director, and are generally not allowed once a tournament has been formatted.
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