Senior Day Women's League

This league is open to women 55 and older and plays on Tuesday mornings in the spring and fall. The Senior Day Women’s League is a great way to get outdoors and make some new friends who share similar life experiences. Rumor has it this league is home to some of our craftier players! Give it a try, you won't be sorry!!

Senior Day Women League
Cathy Gonzales
Cathy Gonzales
Senior Day Leagues Vice President
(770) 399-5788 ext. 120

League Details

Each team must have a minimum of 8 women. A player cannot be added to a roster if her dues are not paid. Team placement is determined by previous performance of the team and its current members. If new to an established team, a player’s history can impact the team’s level and is evaluated on a hierarchy of previous league play. League officials look at, in this order, Senior Day Women's level (prior two seasons), Senior Women's level (most recent past season), Senior Mixed level (most recent past season), Sunday/Thursday Women's level (prior two seasons), Mixed Doubles level (prior two seasons). If player history in both the Sunday and Thursday leagues the same season, ALTA will use the higher rating. Other league information can be found in the Adult Rules and in the Roster Information Packet found in the ALTA Documents button below.

Seasons

Spring and Fall

Spring and Fall

Format

Three Lines of Doubles

Three Lines of Doubles

Date Played

Date Played

Tuesdays @ 10 a.m.

Age

At least 55 years of age within the calendar year

At least 55 years of age within the calendar year

Would you like to create or reinstate a roster?

Roster Entry

Senior Day Women's League Dates

2022 Spring Calendar

2022 Spring Calendar

2022 Spring Calendar

2022 Spring Calendar

2022 Spring Calendar

2022 Spring Calendar

2022 Spring Calendar

2022 Spring Calendar

2022 Spring Calendar

2022 Spring Calendar

ALTA Documents

Need ALTA information? You're in the right place for rules, handbooks, guides and season packets that will answer questions and provide necessary instructions for playing ALTA tennis. Document availability is role-based. If you are a captain or other team leader, you will have access to more information than a regular member to help you do your job. ALTA follows the USTA Rules of Tennis found in Friend at Court. You should also consult ALTA's rules for specific guidelines concerning league play and other ALTA-sponsored events. Those rules provide information on ALTA-specific regulations, such as default, forfeiture, retirement, scheduled match, sandbagging, inclement weather, rules specific to each league, Senior Leagues, Junior Leagues and Junior Challenge Ladder.

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