- My team just qualified for the National Championships. What happens now?
- I signed up for my Local Tournament, but now my team cant attend. Will I be reimbursed?
- I have already signed up my team and my partner cant play now. Can I substitute him/her with someone else?
- The weather outlook doesnt look good for the day of my local tournament. How will I know if it is cancelled and/or rescheduled?
- How much does it cost to play in my local tournament?
- Can I play in multiple Local tournaments?
- Can I play in multiple tournament divisions (with my son or daughter)?
- What will I receive as a participant?
- What are the ages per tournament division?
- Will NFTC provide transportation to and from Super Regional Playoffs?
- I have two sons. One is 8 and one is 14. As their parent, can I play with both of them on separate teams? Will they play in the same age division?
- What type of play format is the local tournament?
- What are the rules for the local tournament?
- I am not a member of the local tournament Host Facility. Can I still register to play?
- Is my USTA ranking considered in any division?
- My team won a division of a local tournament. What happens now?
A NFTC representative will contact you with details about the National Championships.
Refunds are permitted up until 14 days prior to the tournament. However, the $3.00 processing fee will be withheld.
» I have already signed up my team and my partner cant play now. Can I substitute him/her with someone else?
Contact your local tournament director. If the local tournament director approves the substitution, your team entry form will need to be updated with the new player profile information. Teams are subject to elimination if all players not listed in the national tournament database prior to the start of your local tournament.
» The weather outlook doesnt look good for the day of my local tournament. How will I know if it is cancelled and/or rescheduled?
Contact local tournament director.
The team entry fee for a local tournament is $65 ($32.50 for each of the two players plus a $3 processing fee). One player must pay the entry fee for the team when registering. The entry fee covers play at all levels.
Yes. A player can enter up to two divisions per local tournament. However, if a team enters multiple local tournaments and wins the same division in both tournaments, the team can only advance representing one of the local tournaments. The 2nd place team may be invited to represent the other local tournament in the next level of play.
Players will receive a player gift at all levels of play. Winners and runner-ups will receive awards.
The are two separate age groups, both based on the age of the child - an 18 and under division and an 18 and older division. If you are competing in the 18 and under age group, the child can not be 19 prior to August 15, 2014.
No. Players are responsible for all expenses (travel, lodging, meals) in the early rounds of play. Teams qualifying for the National Championships round will receive complimentary lodging, daily breakfast and lunch and more.
» I have two sons. One is 8 and one is 14. As their parent, can I play with both of them on separate teams? Will they play in the same age division?
A parent can only play with one child of the same gender in the same division. However, a parent is permitted to play with both a son and a daughter in two separate divisions. Should you advance to the Super Regional Playoff level in multiple divisions, you should be prepared to play within the alotted time. Pending the size of the regional, it may be difficult to offer players competing in multiple divisions special consideration.
The local tournament director determines the local tournament play format.
Each local host facility will establish the eligibility rules for their tournament. The NFTC encourages all tournament hosts to allow non-members to participate. In all cases, players are expected to honor the facilities member/guests rules.
No. All NFTC tournaments are “Open” division play.
Once your local tournament host submits your winning scores, a NFTC representative will contact you with details about the next level of play.