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2019 Paddle Championships

Saturday, March 09, 2019 to Sunday, March 10, 2019
BTC courts

Errol Nattrass
Registration is required
Payment In Advance Or At Event
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Men's Doubles
Women's Doubles
Mixed Doubles

2019 BTC Annual Paddle Championships

(March 9th &10th)


  • Play is from Saturday, March 9th to Sunday, March 10th.

  • Entry deadline is Tuesday, March 5th

  • Entry fee $30.00 per team. 1 team member enters for both players

  • Men’s, Women’s, and Mixed divisions available. Mixed is free to enter!

  • Let us know if you need help finding a partner

  • Scoring is best of 2/3 sets. The APTA 12-point tie-breaker format will be used when any set reaches 6-all in games. (See example below). The tournament director may choose to shorten the format at their discretion.

  • Tournament will include at least 1 consolation round

  • Small flights (less than 6 entries) may use a round robin format at the discretion of the tournament director.


  • Open to all BTC Paddle Members. Spectators are welcome!


  • Official APTA Rules will govern play


  • Balls, light snacks and prizes provided. The grill will be fired up and available.

  • Bring your own and refreshments




Court Layout

Assume the service order was A, C, B, D during the set. At 6-all, it's A's turn to serve again. 1) A serves once from the ad court on the North End. Change ends. 2) C serves twice from North End (deuce court first; ad court second). 3) B serves twice from South End (deuce court first; ad court second). Change ends. 4) D serves twice from South End (deuce court first; ad court second). 5) A serves twice from North End (deuce court first; ad court second). Change ends and repeat this order until one team reaches 7 points or wins by 2 points after each team reaches 6 points.

Note: The team that did not start serving the 12-point tiebreaker will serve first in the next set. Since all sets after 12-point tiebreakers end in odd scores, teams must switch sides from where the first service of the tie-breaker took place. In this example, team C-D would start serving the next set from the North End.