Outdoor registration and fee payment (updated April 24, 2015):
Registration is now closed. To get on a waiting list, please contact your group coordinator (Phil for group 1, Joe or Bob Graham for group 2, Charlie for group 3); if you aren't yet assigned to a group, call Joe Pegnataro
Around April 20, you should have received an e-mail directing you, within the next week or so, to enter your not-available dates for the outdoor season. To do so directly, log in to your MTG account and click "Availability" near the upper right of the schedule page. If not-availability entry is still available, a corresponding screen will appear where you can click "no" next to each date you don't want to play.
Final schedules should be available early to mid-May.
If you have any questions, please contact your group coordinator.
No group 4 players signed up, so at least for the moment, there is no group 4.
- Previous 1A will be group 1 (coordinator: Phil Pastore)
- Previous 1B will be group 2 (coordinators: Joe Pegnataro and Bob Graham)
- Previous 2 (or 2A) will be group 3 (coordinator: Charlie Miller)
- Previous 2B will be group group 4 (coordinator: Charlie Miller)
PLEASE NOTE THAT GROUP 4 DOES NOT HAVE ENOUGH PLAYERS TO CREATE A SCHEDULE.
IF YOU HAVE RECOMMENDATIONS FOR ADDITIONS TO THAT GROUP, PLEASE LET CHARLIE KNOW.
We are a group of senior men, largely from Madison and Guilford but with a number of residents from surrounding towns as well, who play doubles indoors (November-April) and outdoors (May-October). Before 2007 we played from mid-May to late September on private courts. In summer, 2007, we became sponsored for the first time by the Madison Beach and Recreation Department. In the remaining months we play at the Madison Racquet Club (aka "the bubble"). In 2008, we expanded significantly, using as many as 3 town courts and 2 private courts, with games scheduled daily Monday through Friday. Later we added Legend Hill court use. In May 2013, we added courts in Guilford and sometimes in Westbrook, while freeing our generous volunteers from needing to offer their private courts.