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As the site of several past National Championships and the last five Eastern States Singles, the Greenwich Country Club is excited to host the only National ranking singles tournament of the year.
The tournament draws players from a number of states and has included players from age 14 to their 60’s. The draw includes nationally ranked players as well as those who make their mark in their club scrambles and local team matches. The tournament is unique in its broad mix of players and this universal appeal is one of the tournament's key attributes.
Singles has a long history in the sport of platform tennis with the first National Championships being played alongside of the first doubles championships in 1938.
Once you have played it, you will truly grow to love it – it also may be the best thing that ever happened to your doubles game. From top tournament players to local club athletes, the Eastern States is the perfect start to another exciting season.
National Ranking Tournament
|Date:||Saturday, Sep 29, 2018
(finals on Sunday)
|Location:||Greenwich Country Club
|Contact:|| Michael Montalbano
|Entry:||Please contact the tournament director for entry details.|
|All players must be current APTA members or pay a $30 Limited Membership Fee, good for one tournament. Join the APTA|
|All players are guaranteed to have a top 32 singles national ranking afterwards!|
|The Eastern States Singles Platform Tennis Championships, the only nationally ranked singles tournament in the U.S. is ready for another incredible weekend of competition, fun, camaraderie, and amazing shots. Nowhere else will you find as broad a mix of young and old, of top tournament players and eager league players, or of veterans and rookies. There is no better way to get ready for the upcoming doubles paddle season than to play the Eastern States. Look below at the videos to see what it is all about. Singles is a wonderful sport and those who play can't stop talking about it.|
|Rules for singles are the same as in doubles, except for three exceptions.|
|Each player receives two serves|
|No-ad scoring is used throughout – receiver chooses which side to receive at 3-all|
|The singles sidelines are used|
|No partner to blame|
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