Battlegreen Tennis League Rules (Continued)

Your fee will include a Lexington Recreation Department tennis pass allowing you to make additional reservations according to their current fee structure. This generally means free reservations during daylight hours at any of Lexington's outdoor tennis courts up to 1 week in advance, and an hourly court fee for outdoor courts under the lights. Here is the link to the town's information page about the tennis program.

Additionally, you can sign up for the competitive singles tennis ladders, one for men and another for women. In this case you will be be scheduled to play against another player. It is each player's responsibility to arrange (contact the other player and schedule the time and place), complete the matches in a timely manner (generally within 2 weeks) and report the results to the webmaster. The links to the ladders are posted on the bottom of this webpage.

History: This League was the brainchild of Alvin Lester Glick as an outgrowth of the leagues he started at Mitre and Raytheon. He maintained this league for over 30 years until his death in November 2004. His patience, diligence, caring and tennis ability will be remembered fondly. Here are a couple of pictures of Alvin:

Picture of Alvin Glick at the Great Wall of China Picture of Alvin Glick with James Chang
Here is a picture of Alvin at the Great Wall of China. Click on the picture for a larger image. Here is a picture of Alvin with James Chang. Click on the picture for a larger image

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