Tennis League Network 4+

Steven Chagnon

Designed for iPad

    • 4.7 • 224 Ratings
    • Free



Want to connect with tennis players from your city in non-competitive and competitive flex league play? Use our free app to find all the local tennis courts in your area or join one of our several programs to get out and play.

Through this App you can easily:

Access the players from the program you have entered. You can call, text or email them with just a couple of clicks.
Find Tennis Partners based upon proximity of where you live that match closely to your skill level.
Meet up with a list of dedicated tennis partners who just want to get out on the courts to hit tennis balls.
Find all the best local courts with user ratings so you'll know which courts to avoid playing on.
Submit your match scores as soon as you get off the tennis courts.
Join any of our programs.
West Coast:
Los Angeles
Los Angeles - SF Valley
Los Angeles - SG Valley
Los Angeles - South Bay
Orange County
San Francisco
San Francisco - East Bay
San Francisco - Peninsula
San Francisco - Marin County
San Jose

Mountain Time:
Salt Lake City

San Antonio

Kansas City
Lehigh Valley
St. Louis

Ft. Lauderdale

East Coast:
DC - Montgomery County
New York City
Virginia Beach

Puerto Rico

New Cities are being added yearly.

What’s New

Version 4.2

1.) Swag - Users can buy swag items.
2.) Show Guide - Fix issues related to Show Guide UI
3.) Change Head to Head Ordering

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
224 Ratings

224 Ratings

McLooter ,

A must for tennis in South Florida

If you want to play competitive tennis, or even casual tennis but with a bit of competition, you have to seriously consider this. I joined in 2012 and have played every season since (minus one because of injury) because it’s run effectively and had players of so many levels. If you play USTA, it’s a great way to find matches that prepare you for tournaments. If you don’t play USTA, it’s a great way to add some competitive and friendly tennis to your experience. From my personal experience, there are many options available for casual and serious players 4.5 NTRP and below. The cost of the league is incredibly reasonable. The flexibility of scheduling makes this a go-to for any player wishing to add a variety of tennis partners to their tennis experience. Without naming other apps, this is the only one that I’ve found to be consistent and reliable. Others have tried and failed.

Robaire2019 ,

Great Way to Meet Players!

I have been playing in this league for 4+ years now. It’s a great way to make new tennis friends and to get some competitive play in. Sacramento Tennis has provided the network for me to play many different players with different styles of play, and to make friends with that I can practice and play tennis with long-term. This has been a great way for me to develop and maintain my playing consistency and for me to improve my game. I highly recommend this network for tennis play. It is competitive, but definitely less pressure compared to some of the USTA tournaments and leagues. I don’t look at this league as a replacement to my USTA league play - but rather a supplement that has a lot of benefits in terms of improved my play and making tennis partner friends.

kevstef1990 ,

Good app, but lots of cancelled matches with no consequences

I joined for my first season, it’s been frustrating to say the least. I have a winning record 7-3. It seems no one wants to play you when this happens. When matches happen, they are fun and enjoyable. I’ve scheduled 20 matches, but have only actually played 10. All 10 of those that were cancelled, were cancelled within 48 hours of the match, 8 of them within 24 hours, 5 of them within 8 hours. Unfortunately the only recourse available is for matches cancelled 4 hours or less before the match. I’ve blocked out time for work for these matches and have lost considerable income.

Is this program a cheap option, sure. But at what expense when counting my opportunity cost for empty time blocks due to cancelled matches. UTR tournaments are more expensive yes, but I know the matches will happen and players have to play who they get in the draw. It’ll probably be UTR for me from now on unless something changes regarding cancellations.

App Privacy

The developer, Steven Chagnon, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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