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USTA Georgia would like to recognize our USTA League and Junior Team Tennis captains.  Team captains are a key component of USTA League and JTT program, devoting significant time to organizing and managing league teams. Being a team captain is a job that pays no salary, has few perks and requires a time investment that few appreciate.  Leagues could not exist were it not for team captains, as every team captain directly influences from 12-14 other teammates.

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League tennis could not exist without our captains.  They are the key to developing more players in our adult leagues. Captains wear many hats.  They recruit, collect funds, keep records, and interpret rules. However, the most important part of being a great captain is the atmosphere they create on their teams. Captains are catalysts for forming lifelong friendships, encouragement and support among their players.

 
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Adult League Captains
 
Mattie Smith - Fairburn
Victoria Serapiglia - Fayetteville
Aleisa Hallberg - Peachtree City
Jennifer Summers - Peachtree City
Tina Hill - Peachtree City
 

 

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Our captains are the best! Without them we could not have USTA leagues. Their willingness to volunteer and bring the teams together is the glue for forming the tennis community. While I am sure they will tell you that they have made some of their best friends in forming tennis teams, those players will also tell you that they are blessed to have captains who made it happen.

 
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Adult League Captains
 
Wieka McBride - Greensboro
Scott Hein - Eatonton
 

 

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Previous ACE Captains .....

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Tennis Rules

Last week's answer was first serve, the whole point must be replayed. If a ball is discovered as soft at the end of a point, should the point be replayed?

Yes, the point is replayed
No, the ball is taken out of play and the point played stands

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