Miramont South
901 Oakridge Dr. Fort Collins CO 80525
Today's Hours: 5:00 am - 10:00 pm
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July 4 Hours

Independence Day Hours | Wednesday, July 4
Miramont North, Central, and South close at 3:00 pm.
Childcare closes at noon.

Regular hours will resume Thursday, July 5

In-House Leagues

Fall 2018 In-House Leagues

 

 

Women

   

Men

 

Singles

   

Singles

   
3.0 (w/ 2.5 Men) Thursday 8:30 – 10:00 pm 2.5 (w/ 3.0 Women) Thursday 8:30 – 10:00 pm
3.0 Monday 11:00 am – 12:30 pm    3.0 (w/ 3.5 Women) Tuesday 8:30 – 10:00 pm
3.5 Tuesday 9:00 – 10:30 am 3.5 (Singles or doubles based on enrollment) Monday 6:30 - 8:00 am
3.5 (w/ 3.0 Men) Tuesday 8:30 – 10:00 pm  3.5 (w/ 4.0 Women)  Wednesday     8:30 – 10:00 pm
4.0 Tuesday 10:30 – 12:00 pm  4.0 (Singles or doubles based on enrollment)  Thursday  6:30 - 8:00 am
4.0 (w/ 3.5 Men) Wednesday    8:30 – 10:00 pm  4.0 (w/ 4.5 Women)  Monday 8:30 - 10:00 pm 
4.5 (w/ 4.0 Men)    Monday 8:30 – 10:00 pm     4.5   Tuesday 8:30 - 10:00 pm 

Doubles

   

Doubles

   
2.5 Monday 11:00 am – 12:30 pm 3.0 Monday 5:30 – 7:00 pm
2.5 Tuesday 12:00 – 1:30pm 3.0/3.5 Daytime Thursday 12:00 – 1:30pm
3.0 (Working Women) Monday (Drill & Play) 5:30 – 7:00 pm 3.5 Tuesday 7:00 – 8:30 pm
3.0  Friday  9:00 – 10:30 am 4.0 Monday 7:00 – 8:30 pm
3.5 Wednesday 9:00 – 10:30 am
4.5 Monday 7:00 - 8:30 pm
3.5 (Working Women) Thursday (Drill & Play) 5:30 – 7:00 pm      
3.5 Friday 10:30 am – 12:00 pm  

Mixed

 
4.0 (Working Women) Wednesday (Drill & Play) 7:00 – 8:30 pm 6.5 Sunday 3:00 – 4:30 pm
4.0 Thursday  10:30 am – 12:00 pm 7.5 Sunday 3:00 – 4:30 pm
4.5 Tuesday 5:30 - 7:00 pm 8.5 Sunday 4:30 – 6:00 pm

 

 

Fall 2018 Session Registration Guidelines

Registration:

  • Monday April 23 (6:30am) – Friday, July 27
  • ONLINE REGISTRATION begins at 6:30 am
  • Walk-in and phone registration begins at 8:30 am
  • First come, first served. Placement in ALL leagues is based on date and time of deposit
  • 2 league maximum (excluding Mixed)
  • Must have current Miramont by Genesis Tennis membership to register

Non-Refundable Deposits:

  • $50 per league (i.e. register for 2 leagues, total deposit = $100)
  • No refunds after July 27
  • Refunded only if we are unable to place you in your requested league(s)

League Play Dates:

  • Monday, August 27 – Friday, December 21
  • Daytime leagues will play Labor Day (September 3); no evening leagues
  • No league play Wednesday, November 21 - Sunday, November 25 (Turkey Doubles Tournament)

League Cost:

  • Fall 2018 session runs 16 weeks, depending on number of participants and byes you will play 8-12 times
  • Singles – $25/play date ($20 for 8:30pm leagues)
  • Doubles – $15/play date
  • Drill & Play Leagues – additional $96 charge for 4 drills/session
  • Deposit(s) will be applied to balance due
  • League balances will be billed to cards on file beginning August 24. Members without a card on file should pay at the Front Desk prior to the first day of the league

League Placement:

  • All league registrants are required to participate at their current published NTRP level. No exceptions!
  • Members should register for leagues corresponding to their published NTRP rating at the time of registration
  • Rosters will be finalized August 17
  • Members may request to play up a .5 level for the Fall 2018 session if they are undefeated at their current NTRP level in 2018 USTA summer league play, or if they play up a level and win at least 50% of their matches. Requests must be made prior to the Fall 2018 In-House League registration deadline of July 27.

 

Please Don’t Be a No-Show!

  • It is your responsibility to find a substitute if you cannot play on an assigned date. Repeat no-shows may jeopardize your ability to register for future league sessions.
  • Hold your fellow players accountable. Let them know that no-shows are not OK! No-shows are unfair to members who have committed their time and money when they show up to play.

 

In-House League Guidelines

Miramont by Genesis' In-House Leagues provide adult members the opportunity for friendly, competitive match play with others at their level. Singles, doubles, and mixed doubles leagues are offered for players of all levels. By registering for a league, members agree they have read and will abide by the guidelines below.

Q: Who can participate in the leagues?

A: League participants must maintain a current Miramont by Genesis Tennis membership, be 18 years old (or turn 18 during the league session) and be out of high school. Leagues are intended for our adult members. High school students are invited to take advantage of Miramont’s junior offerings.

Q: Which league is appropriate for me?

A: We require that all league participants play at their current published NTRP level. The NTRP ratings, which are updated each year in late November, provide us with a current, objective measure of a member’s level of play. For members without a published NTRP rating, we rely on past in-house league results and input from the tennis professionals to place them at the appropriate level. If a member does not have a published NTRP rating and their league winning percentage drops below 30%, we may ask the member to register for a lower level league for the next session. Players without NTRP ratings whose winning percentage is above 75% may be asked to participate in a higher level league for the next session.

Q: What if I anticipate that my NTRP rating will change this year? (applies to Spring league registration)

A: Members who anticipate that their NTRP rating will change should register for leagues at their current NTRP level. If your NTRP level changes when the updated ratings come out in late November, please contact the league coordinator immediately. Members will be placed in desired league(s) at their new NTRP level on a space available basis, retaining enrollment priority from their original date/time of registration deposit.

Q: What if I had a successful USTA League season and want to play up a level in the In-House Leagues? (applies to Fall leagues)

A: If a player is undefeated at their published NTRP level during summer regular season USTA matches (excluding mixed leagues or Districts/Sectional play) or plays up a level during the USTA season and wins 50% of their matches at that level, they may play up a level in the next in-house league session. Tournament records and records in non-USTA sanctioned events will not be considered. Players should contact the league coordinator in early August if they wish to play up a level. This exemption applies only to the Fall leagues – placement in Spring leagues will be based solely on published NTRP ratings.

Q: When are the leagues offered?

A: There are two sessions of in-house leagues each year, and each is approximately 16 weeks long. The Fall session generally runs from the last week of August until the week before Christmas, and the Spring session generally runs from the first week in January through the end of April. The In-House League winter break is scheduled to correspond with the Poudre School District Holiday break. League schedules coincide with Miramont operating dates and times, therefore some matches may be scheduled on holidays (i.e. Labor Day). In the case of inclement weather, league matches will be canceled only if the club closes due to weather conditions.

Q: How do I register for a league?

A: League registration takes place twice a year (late October for the Spring session and late April for the Fall session). Members can register online, walk-in at the front desk, or by phone. Forms may be dropped off at the Front Desk, but will not be processed until all walk-ins and phone calls have been handled. Most leagues fill very quickly, and early registration is strongly suggested to insure a spot. Placement in all leagues is first come/first served based on date and time of league deposit.

Q: How much do leagues cost?

A: The total cost of the league will depend on the number of days you are scheduled to play. Singles leagues are $25/play date and doubles leagues are $15/play date. Depending on the number of players and the number of weeks in the league, players usually have between 8 and 12 scheduled playing dates. All Drill & Play Leagues have an additional $96 charge for the drill portion (4 drills/session). League balances (total cost less deposit) are billed to members’ credit cards on file the week prior to the start of league play. Members who do not have a card on file should pay their league balance due at the Front Desk prior to the start of the league session.

Q: Is there a registration deposit?

A: Payment of a non-refundable $50 deposit is required for each league (i.e. one singles league and one doubles league, total deposit =$100), and the total amount deposited will be applied to the final league balance due. Deposits will be refunded only if we are unable to place a member in their requested league. League deposits will not be refunded after the registration period closes if there is space in a league and the member withdraws prior to the beginning of the session (includes those who withdraw due to injury.)

Q: How many leagues can I register for?

A: In order to accommodate as many players as possible, members may initially sign up for a maximum of two leagues, excluding mixed doubles. After the registration period closes, league openings will be advertised and members may add leagues on a space available basis.

Q: What if I know ahead of time that I will be unable to play the full league schedule?

A: Unfortunately, we are unable to accommodate special scheduling requests (i.e. I will be traveling in January and can’t play). Options include sharing a spot or finding subs for the days that you are unable to play.

Q: What if I need to drop out of a league after the league schedule has been published?

A: Players are responsible for finding their own replacements if needed. Players should contact the league coordinator to see if there is a waiting list. If there is not, the sub list for the league is a great place to start. If needed, we may be able to provide contact information for members who may be interested in taking the spot. No refunds will be issued once league fees have been paid, so members should coordinate reimbursement directly with their replacement.

Q: What if I am unable to play on a day that I am scheduled?

A: League participants are responsible for finding their own substitutes, and should select their subs as follows:

  • A participant in the league with a bye
  • A player from the league’s sub list
  • A sub from outside the league with the appropriate NTRP
  • A player with a different NTRP rating (scores for match will not count toward league standings).

If you are absolutely unable to find a sub, we ask that you please call the other players who are scheduled as soon as possible to let them know! Also, if you have arranged for a sub well in advance of the play date, it is strongly suggested that you send the sub a reminder. In the case of inclement weather, league matches will be canceled only if the club closes due to weather conditions.

Q: How are no-shows handled?

A: Players are expected to find a substitute if they cannot play. All league participants have paid in advance for their playing time, and in addition to inconveniencing the other players, no-shows cost them money. While we understand that anyone can have a last minute emergency (please call the other players!), the vast majority of no-shows result from members failing to find a sub or simply forgetting they were scheduled to play. We have found that the best way to reduce no-shows if for participants to hold others in the league accountable by letting them know that no-shows are not OK! Members who have repeated no-shows will be contacted by the league coordinator and may be denied registration in future leagues.

Q: Can I reschedule my match?

A: Rescheduling of matches is strongly discouraged. Members enroll in leagues with the expectation that matches will be played at the scheduled times. In the past, there have been issues with participants pressuring an opponent to reschedule rather than attempting to find a sub. However, if all players involved mutually agree to play at a different time than originally scheduled they may arrange for an alternate court time at their own expense. Match scores should be entered in the league folder under the originally scheduled match date.

Q: How are league schedules determined?

A: A computer program randomly generates a new schedule for each individual league each session. Depending on the number of players in the league, participants will play 2-3 weeks in a row followed by a bye week. The program is designed to have each participant play against (and with, for doubles leagues) all other participants in the league at least once during the session.

Q: How do Rotating Partner Doubles Leagues work?

A: All doubles leagues except mixed are rotating partner leagues. Participants will start the day playing with the partner shown on the schedule. After the first set, players spin racquets to mix up the pairings for each additional set.

Q: How are league matches scored?

A: League matches use traditional scoring. If a set score is 6-6, a 7-point tiebreak is played. At the end of each match, players should enter their own scores in the league folder to insure accuracy (scores are entered in the computer exactly as they are written in the league folders).

Q: How are league standings determined?

A: League standings are based on a player’s total win percentage, which is the percentage of games won plus the percentage of sets won divided by 2. The percentage of games won equals the total number of games won divided by the total number of games played, and the percentage of sets won equals the total number of sets won divided by the total number of sets played. For partial sets played, if the score differential is more than one game the player with the most games gets one set, and the opponent gets zero. If a partial set score is a tie or a one game difference, each player gets one half set.

Q: How are League Champions determined?

A: In order to qualify as League Champion, participants must have a full position (no shared spots) and have played at least 70% of their scheduled matches, or in mixed leagues must have played at least 70% of matches with their permanent partner. Participants with more than one no-show during the session will not be eligible for League Championships. League Champions will receive a $15 gift certificate, which can be used on anything tennis related (drills, lessons, leagues, racquets, shoes, stringing, with the exception of apparel).

Q: How can I keep up to date on league happenings?

A: General league information and updates will be included in the Tennis Happenings email newsletter sent to members at the beginning of each month. Please make sure your email address is current so that you will receive important In-House League notifications.

Q: Who should I contact if I have a question or concern about the leagues?

A: Cynthia Wooldridge is the In-House League Coordinator, and she can be reached at cwooldridge@genesishealthclubs.com, or (970) 672-4228.

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