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Rules of the United States Tennis Association (USTA) and “The Code” (a players’ guide for matches when officials are not present) shall be used as guidelines for CCTA court play.
  • Shirts and appropriate attire are required to be worn at all times on the courts. Appropriate attire does not include bathing suits, sandals, flip-flops, sleeveless men’s shirts, etc.
  • Only smooth-soled tennis court shoes are permitted on the courts.
  • No bicycles, scooters, skateboards, skates or anything with wheels are allowed on the tennis courts.
  • No food is allowed on the tennis courts.
  • Smoking is prohibited on the tennis courts.
  • No dogs are allowed on the tennis courts.
  • Excessive yelling, noise, profanity, or racquet throwing are not allowed.
  • Players may not succeed themselves when someone else is waiting unless invited to join their play.
  • Members waiting to play should be considerate of other players and not attempt to occupy the court until the other players’ time has expired.
  • Do not walk or stand on or between courts while play is in progress.
  • Sitting or leaning on the nets is damaging to the nets and net straps and is strictly prohibited.
  • Use first and last names for reservations.
  • When finished playing, brush the lines only. The exception here is that on match days (signs will be posted), the courts need to be BOTH swept and lines brushed. Sweeping and rolling are generally performed by assigned maintenance personnel.
  • Clean up your court area – used tennis balls and cans, water bottles, etc. should be placed in the buckets hanging on the net posts. Check to clear the area of towels, clothing, etc. left on the courts.
Members are asked to be aware of and to self-police these rules. Further, a member’s concern about a violation should be brought before the Tennis Committee for resolution.