How can I use this site to find players in my area?
The P2P Find-A-Match feature is a new service, so depending on your area there may or may not be a large user base. Help us spread the word about our free player accounts!
To post your availability for other players in the area to see:
- Select MyProfile->Find A Match Sign-Up
- Enter you available play dates and select the Tennis Centers you are looking to play at
Players who see your availability may contact you to play in a match!
To find/propose matches in your area:
- Select MyHome->Find A Match
- Enter criteria to find players
- Select players of interest
- Click on Propose A Match
Can I enter players availability before I generate the schedule?
Step-by-step guide Yes, you can use our player availability function to enter availability on behalf of group players before generating the schedule. To enter players availability before generating the schedule, please follow the steps below. 1.) ...
What happens when players request subs?
When a player requests a sub the system does the following: Group Sub Requests: The main group captain is notified when any players request subs. If the sub request is sent or had not been filled and it is less than 3 days before match time, the ...
How do I add players to my group?
Step-by-step guide This article describes the case where you want to add someone to your group who already has an P2P account, but is not part of one of your groups yet. Login and go to MyGroups->Manage Groups Click on Players for the group you want ...
How can I import my match schedule from USTA?
To import your match schedule from USTA follow the steps below: Login to Plan2Play and Select "My Groups->Manage Groups" Select "Setup Team" Add your players and select "Next Step" Next to the radio button that says "Import USTA Matches" select "Yes" ...
How do the players in my group/team get an account?
Step-by-step guide When you enter new players into your roster, they are automatically e-mailed login information. If the user did not receive an email containing login information, have them check their spam/junk mail folder and double check that ...