Doubles Leagues
Doubles Leagues

Love fun competition? League is recreational match play based on levels so you will play with and against players of similar abilities. League is also a fantastic way to meet new people while polishing your tennis skills. Whether new to the game or a former player, there’s a spot for you!

Doubles Leagues

Chandlers Landing Tennis also offers leveled co-ed doubles leagues. Each league session is 8 weeks and there are 5 league sessions per year. If you are interested in playing in a league, you may contact our league coordinator, Judd Esch at 972-841-9908.

Leagues are $30 for members / $45 for non-members (subject to availability). Members will be given the first opportunity to fill leagues.

Please review the Doubles League Rules and Procedures


2024 Spring Doubles Leagues

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Wednesday

Thursday

It’s not too late to be a sub!


2024 Winter League Final Standings

PlaceTuesday 3A/B
1st
Place
Randy Klein
2nd
Place
Rae Ann Boswell
3rd
Place
Mindy Brummett

PlaceWednesday 4AWednesday 4BWednesday 4C
1st
Place
Michael FrajkorJudd EschStephan Halama
2nd
Place
Troy ColeJody EdwardsRick Roberts
3rd
Place
Dan EynonBilly RayJeff Campbell

PlaceThursday 3.5AThursday 3.5B
1st
Place
Jeff Saloman
2nd
Place
Kim Stefani
3rd
Place
Colleen Miller

Congratulations!!!


Archive of Previous League Winners


7-Point Coman Tiebreak Rules

If a set reaches 5 games all, a Coman tiebreak will be played

  1. Players whose turn it is to serve shall serve the first point from deuce court.
  2. After the first point, the players shall change ends and the following two points shall be served by the opponents starting with the ad court.
  3. Each player/team shall serve alternately for two consecutive points (starting with the ad court).
  4. Players shall change ends after every 4 points (after the 1st, 5th, 9th, 13th, 17th points, etc.) until the end of the tiebreak game.
  5. The first team to reach 7 points with at least a two-point margin wins the tiebreak. Numerical scoring is used throughout the tiebreak.
  6. Players shall change ends after every 4 points AND at the conclusion of the tiebreak. When changing ends during the tiebreak, players are not allowed a break; play is continuous. After the tiebreak is completed, the normal time between sets can be taken.
  7. Players must serve in the same rotation. The team that served first in the set that ended the tiebreak (served first in the tiebreak) shall RECEIVE service in the first game of the following set.