Twin Cities, MN
2023 Twin Cities Summer League

What is Impact Team Tennis?
Impact Team Tennis is a fun and fast-paced game of tennis. The format features coed teams competing in six sets - men's and women's doubles, men's and women's singles and mixed doubles. Rules also include no-ad scoring, substitutions, and coaching.
The winner of each division will be qualified to enter a National Qualifier. The Open division teams are qualified to enter Impact Team Tennis Nationals directly.

What is a Impact Team Tennis team?
A Impact Team Tennis team has at least 2 men and 2 women combined to play singles, doubles and mixed doubles. More players mean more fun as you can substitute players in a match.
Who can play?
Any woman or man who is 18 or older can enjoy the Summer evenings at the University of Minnesota's Baseline Tennis Center. The Impact Team Tennis Twin Cities League players gather and enjoy the unique style that is World Team Tennis.
If interested you can find more information at

For participants who identify as non-binary, they are allowed to player either in the men's spots or women's spots for the season. After selecting with gender to play as for the season, they cannot change until the following season.
When do leagues start?
The 2023 season of Impact Team Tennis Twin Cities League will begin on June 5th and run until the end of August.
Sign-Up Deadline: April 30th
The deadline for team creation is April 30th. Players can register throughout the season.
What Divisions (levels of play) are offered?
The divisions offered in the Impact Team Tennis Twin Cities League for 2022 will be 3.0, 3.5, 4.0, 4.5, and Open 5.0+. The winner of the open level bracket will gain an automatic entry into the Impact Team Tennis National Tournament. Winning teams of any official World Team Tennis local league division are eligible to attend one National Qualifier within 12 months from the date their local league ends. If teams are not able to attend a National Qualifier within 12 months, they may also compete in the qualifier immediately following the 12 months. If the winning team is unable to compete in any National Qualifier within the 12 months plus the immediate qualifier, they may be replaced by the second place team within the same time frame. More information about the National Tournament will be found at https://community.Impact Team

Determining Team Rating
The average NTRP rating of the top two men and top two women players on your team determines the team rating.
  Joe- 4.5 Mary- 3.5
  Tom- 4.5 Jill-3.5
  Bill- 4.0 Gail- 3.5
  Joe- 4.5 Mary- 3.5
  Jim- 3.5 Joan- 3.0
The best two men and two women are: 4.5 + 4.5 + 3.5 + 3.5 = 16. 16 divided by 4 equals 4.0.
This team could register for the 4.0 division or a higher division. A team consists of a minimum of two men and two women. Although the limit to the number of team members is ten, the suggested number of players is three men and three women. Click here to determine your NTRP level.
Where do we play?
University of Minnesota Baseline Tennis Center
1815 4th Street SE Minneapolis, MN 55455 612-625-1433
Can I register as an individual/substitute/team?
Players can register as an individual and will be made available to the teams.
Note to substitute players:
Substitutes can only play two matches. You may only be a substitute for the team you are registered with.
Why register via the Internet?
You are not an official league participant until you have registered online. When you register via the Internet site you will be e-mailed league information during the season and your Impact Team Tennis Member Benefits (Impact Team Tennis Point of Contact Newsletter, discounts on hotel, rental cars, 2 for 1 tickets, plus more).
What is the cost?
The cost for each team in the Impact Team Tennis Twin Cities League will be $450. The captain will divide this among their players. This cost includes all court fees.

Each team should bring one can of balls for each match.
League winners qualify for aRegional Championship?
Winning teams advance to the Impact Team Tennis Regional Championship. Your team is eligible to participate in a Regional Championship for up to one year from the end date of your league. For every four (4) teams in any official Impact Team Tennis (Impact Team Tennis) local league division, one (1) team will be eligible to participate in a Regional Championship.
Local League Information & Rules:
The Impact Team Tennis Twin Cities League will follow rules set up at the National Impact Team Tennis level.
Tennis shoes must be worn on the tennis courts at all times. Baseline Tennis has a strict shoe policy that must be enforced.
For more information contact:
For additional information please contact Impact Team Tennis Twin Cities League Director Ethan Thao at
Click on the Registration link at the top of the page to register!