Welcome to Head 2 Head Tennis
H2H is the most complete flexible tennis league in San Diego. Members can sign up for competitive singles, doubles, and mixed doubles year round. Regular seasons last 2 months and are followed by a playoff tournament for the top players and teams where you can compete for the chance to become a Head 2 Head champion. If you love to compete, but don’t have the time or inclination to participate on a team or travel extensively for tournament play, Head 2 Head Tennis is the right choice for you. To top it off, Head 2 Head is FREE to all members, so sign up today and play as many matches as your schedule will allow.
What is a Flexible Tennis League?
Flexible tennis allows you to play matches at a time and place that is convenient to you and your opponents. Committing to a fixed league schedule keeps many players from engaging in tennis. Playing at the same time every week and at the same location just doesn't work for many players. By playing in a flexible league, there is no more planning around your tennis schedule, H2H allows you to play when you are ready. Once you are on the roster, you can login to the member's area and call or email opponents to schedule your next match.
What you need to know!
1. To schedule a match, login using your email address and password.
2. Click on division standings and then your division (highlighted in yellow)
3. Scroll down the page and send an email to all division members by clicking on select all button, or to individual players by clicking the checkbox next to a name.
4. Set up a match at a time and court that is convenient to you.
5. Both players will take a new can of balls to the match. One can will be used for the match. After the match, the winner will take home the unopened can and loser will keep the used can.
6. Winner will login to Head2Headtennis.com, click on "Enter Scores" and record the match score.
7. The winner of the match will receive 15 points and the loser will receive his best set score. For example, If the match score is 6-3, 6-2, then the loser would get 3 points for his best set (players will only receive points for their 2 best loses).
8. The regular season will last 2 months. The playoffs kick off March 1st. The top 8 players based on points earned will qualify for the single elimination format playoffs.