The captain, as well as all league players, should read and must follow the rules and regulations. In addition to National Regulations, each section and local league may also have their own regulations that govern play.
It is the captain's responsibility to know and convey these to their players. It is also a good idea to acquire the Friend at Court Handbook of Rules & Regulations which includes The Code for unofficiated matches to use as a general reference for rules of tennis. The USTA National League Regulations shall take presedence over the Texas Sectional Operating Procedures and The Texas Operating Procedures shall take precedence over the NoHo Local League Regulations except in cases where a local league or section is given governance by the USTA.
PLEASE ALLOW A FEW MINUTES FOR ALL ELEMENTS TO LOAD
2022 NOHO USTA Cold Weather Guidelines
NoHo USTA Leagues will implement the cold weather guideline listed below for the 2021 Winter and Spring Season.
If the actual temperature or “real feel” for the scheduled match start time at the host site is 45 degrees or colder, the match may be rescheduled
If indoor courts can be procured at the host site the match shall not be rescheduled.
To reschedule a cancelled match, NoHo USTA Rain Make-up procedures will apply.
Accuweather (www.accuweather.com) should be used for forecast temperatures.
TEXAS SECTION 50 MILE RADIUS GUIDELINE
According to the Texas Operating Procedures, only 2 players on a roster may reside outside of the 50 mile radius indicated below.