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Frozen Assets League

Team Captain Registration and Instructions

Team captains are an invaluable part of the team. That is why this year, CAPTAINS PLAY FREE in the Eno CTA Frosty Doubles Winter League! (Promo codes are listed on the registration page).

  1. Sign up Your Team:  You will first need to create a TennisPoint profile. Please ensure that the email address you are using for TennisPoint matches an email address you check frequently. MAKE SURE YOU AND YOUR PLAYERS ARE USING THE SAME EMAIL THAT IS IN YOUR TENNISPOINT PROFILE.  Otherwise, the system will not recognize your registration and will apply your fee incorrectly.

  2. Add Your Players:  In TennisPoint, players are invited to each team by their captain. You do this using the “add/edit players” link on the “matches & teams” (top tab navigation) page.  You will need each player’s name and email address to add them to your team. After adding all your players, click checkbox next to their name (in the list on the right side of the page) and then click “send invite email to checked” button. This will send a customized message to each of your players inviting them to register and signup for the team.  Each player will fill out his/her registration details and be automatically dropped into the team when they register.

  3. Match Schedule:  Will be released by the league coordinator and will show you your opponent match dates, locations, and times.  The team schedule is visible from the “matches & teams” page.  Before the schedule is published, only a list of your players will be visible in your profile.

  4. Additional Features in TennisPoint

    1. Match Availability:  You are free to use TennisPoint to organize each player’s availability. Availability can ONLY be set after the schedule is published.  We do recommend after the schedule is published by the league administrator, that the captain email the team about the schedule and direct players to set their availability.

    2. Match Lineup:  Captains and co-captains can all “create lineup”.  The lineup is the list of players playing each line.

    3. Match Confirmation Email:  After creating the lineup, you can automatically email all your players alerting them to who is in the lineup.  Those in the lineup can also confirm on TennisPoint that they are still available to play and will be there.  If you choose not to use this feature prior to match play, you will still need to create the lineup that played in TennsPoint after the match in order to enter scores.

  5. Play the Match:  You can print a  “match scorecard” (PDF file) with your lineup
    and take it with you to the match so that you can mark down all the match scores.  Remember to also fill in your opponent’s players who played each line as well so you can enter scores after the match.

  6. Enter Match Scores:  Captains can enter the match scores after the match is played.  There is an automatic 48 hour auto-approve for the opposing captain after the scores have been entered.  Any score conflicts can be edited by the league coordinator.  

Player Registration and Instructions

Below are the steps for team players for getting the best experience on TennisPoint.  

  1. Sign up for Your Team:  You should use the same email address as your team captain used for you (THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT!)— check out your “team invite email” to confirm the email address used.   After signing up, your team will be automatically visible in your account.

  2. Match Availability:  Each player can mark whether they are available or not for a given match from the “Set/View Availability” page (link found on the “matches & teams” page above the match schedule on the far left).  It can be very helpful on the captain already knowing who is available to play which match.

  3. Match Lineup Confirmation:  If your captain publishes the lineup before the match, it is best to confirm in your TennisPoint account so that you captain knows you will be there and you are aware your in the lineup to play.

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