ACTA Registration

 

Email and Password

 
Step 1 of 3
eMail *  privacy policy   
Password *  6 or more characters or numbers
Confirm password *

Personal information

 
First name *
Last name *
What kind of rating do you have? *  USTA    Returning player    ACTA visual    Self rated       

Ratings and you

ACTA uses the USTA NTRP standards to establish skill levels for its members and runs doubles leagues corresponding to these levels. This allows us schedule fun, competitive matches. Here's some more information about types of ratings:
USTA If you play in USTA leagues, select "USTA" and enter your USTA number and current rating.
Returning player If you played ACTA in 2009, select "returning player" and rating.
Self rated Select "Self rated" if the above two options don't apply and you followed the USTA self rating guidelines.
ACTA Visual Select "ACTA visual" if you were visually rated by a tennis professional.
Note that if you self rate at 3.5 or above, we will require an ACTA visual rating before playing in the more competative leagues. If you fall in this category, we'll email you let you know the next rating session.
Your NTRP rating *   
Gender *  Male   Female
Online directory *  ok to share contact information within ACTA?

Contact information

 
Phone *
Mobile  
Emergency contact *
Contact phone *
Contact relation *

Home address

 
Address *  Addresses used for residency verification
City *  
State *
Zip/Postal code *
Billing address same?  

Billing address

 
Address *
City *  
State *
Zip/Postal code *

2020 Activities

   Fee schedule 
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ACTA doubles

If you know your team, select it here. If you do not have a team and your NTRP rating is 3.0 or below, select "Round Robin".

For new players looking for a team, select "Don't know". Also, new players should go to our Looking for a team page and post their contact information.

If you are ready to be a captain, contact doubles@actatennis.org and we'll help you form a team.

Note that if you self rate at 3.5 or above, we will require an ACTA visual rating before playing in the more competative leagues. If you fall in this category, we'll email you let you know the next rating session.

ACTA ladders

The COED ladder is one of the most popular places to meet and play good tennis players in the greater Arlington area. Over the last few years, the COED ladder included over 100 active players challenging each other throughout the season. If you're new to town and play tennis, this is where you should start.

The Women's ladder has about one third the active players as the COED ladder. It is also a great place to meet Arlington area players.

With all ladders, players (or teams) independently challenge higher positions. Communication is typically on email, but on a nice day, last minute phone calls for matches are common.

Your ACTA password

Your ACTA password will be used to login to this site to report scores and register for future activities.

ACTA Fees