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World Team Tennis gives players of all levels a chance to compete outdoors in the Portland summer air. With over 700 players each season there’s plenty of friendly competition to go around.


World Team Tennis


What is World Team Tennis?

World Team Tennis is a national organization, we run the Greater Portland Chapter. Last year had 64 teams, of all different levels playing around the region. As a member of a team, you’ll play a match, at your ability level once a week.

Portland WTT consists of co-ed teams competing in six sets—men’s and women’s doubles, men’s and women’s singles and mixed doubles. Total games won from all sets determines the winner.

To participate, you must be over 18.

When are the games?

The league runs through the summer, beginning in June and culminating with a tournament in August. Depending on your level, you’ll likely play once a week at a set match.

Registration for the 2019 Summer season will begin in May, with matches starting in June.

How do I get involved?

If you already have a group of 4 - 16 same-level players, you can register as a team.

If you are an individual, we can help connect you with a team that’s right for you.



The season starts in June. Each week you’ll play in a match. You’ll keep score and your points will be combined with your teammates.


Match Locations

NW Arbor Lodge park
NE Argay park
NE Peninsula Park
NE Grant Park
NE Irving park
NE/SE Laurelhurst Park
NE/SE Portland Tennis
SE Berkeley Park, SE Cesar Chavex/Bybee
SE Mt. Tabor Park, Courts on SE 60th/Main
SE Sellwood park, courts of SE 4th/Nahelem
SW Gabriel Park
SW Washington Park
SW Portland Heights
SW Willamette Park
LO Westlake Park, Lake Oswego

Rules & Resources

Portland complies with WTT National Qualifier rules as long as the team meets requirements for level of play.

Portland WTT plays 8 games instead of 6 with tiebreak at 7 all. Home team reports scores online.

Matches may be rescheduled due to weather.

Click here for Complete Rules

Schedules & Scores

All regular season schedules can be found here.


Find your division



Play Dates + Times TBD

Currently plays 2 or less times per week


Recreational Beginner

Play on Tuesday evenings

Currently playing 3 times per week.

High school players would normally play on the junior varsity/practice team or outside the starting lineup of the varsity team.


Recreational Advanced

Play on Wednesday Evenings

Currently playing 4 or more times per week.

High school players would normally play in the starting lineup of the varsity team.

For College players, women who played in the TOC program.



Play on Tuesday Evenings

Play frequently.

High school players would have advanced to state championship semi-finals or finals in singles or doubles.

For college players, women who played one or more matches matches at sectional Championships; Men who played in TOC program,.




Play Dates + Times TBD

TOC players, Men who played one or more matches at Nat’l Championships.



Play Dates + Times TBD

For college players, women who played one or more matches at Nat’l championships; Men who played one or more matches at Sectional Championships.


Recreational Novice

Play Dates + Times TBD

A ranking in the top 1000 in the ATP or WTA in the last five years.


Recreational Novice

Play Dates + Times TBD

Played professional Satellite, Futures and/or Circuit Events within the last five years.

You are 30 or under and played Division II, III or NAI


Sign up

The deadline to register a team is May 12. To register, fill out the form to the left.

If you are interested in being a captain please make sure to include the following information:

  • Team Name

  • Divisions of Play

  • Captain Name, Email, and Cell Number

  • Co-Captain Name, Email, and Cell Bumber

  • Home match area preferences (SE, NE, SW)

Name *
You only need to fill this out if you are an individual looking to be placed on a team.
You only need to fill out this if you are a team or team leader.