San Antonio Professional Tennis Association 



Coming October 29-31 2021: Men's Qualifying Tournament for the Texas State Team Championships

Men, play the SAPTA Texas State Team Championship Qualifying Tournament!  
Winning team at each level will form the San Antonio team advancing to the Texas State Team Championships in Houston, January 21-23, 2022

  • Multi-level teams to include 3.0, 3.5, 4.0, 4.5
  • Minimum of 4, maximum of 8 players at each level
  • Each team match plays two courts at each level
  • Format will mirror that of the Texas State Team Championships  
  • Each court plays total of 16 no-ad games
  • Total number of games accumulated throughout the tournament will determine the flight winner
  • Round robin format, teams are guaranteed at least three matches
  • Possible playoff between flights (depends on number of teams)
  • Winning team advances to the Texas State Team Championship in Houston January 21-23, 2022
  • Players must play at least one match locally to advance to the championship tournament
  • Cost $30 per player

SATA has approved this tournament as an official float date for USTA league matches

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What is SAPTA?

SAPTA is an organization comprised of local tennis professionals. Our primary mission is to help grow the game of tennis in San Antonio. We strive to continually raise the standard of tennis in our community by encouraging all San Antonians to play this great game both now and for a lifetime. 

Tennis professionals who are new to San Antonio are welcomed and encouraged to attend SAPTA meetings, generally held bi-monthly. By attending these meetings, the new pro will make great business connections as well as learn about all of the tennis programs held at both public and private facilities throughout the city.

Our group also manages the annual SAPTA/H.E.B. Adult Levels Tournament  every February and most recently, an advancing USPTA doubles league in the Fall and a competitive fun doubles league in the Spring.