President
Nancy Feldman


Vice President
Cyndi Leventhal


Treasurer
Nancy Feldman


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Gloria Hannemann

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     The HTA is a community tennis organization open to all player levels. We have been playing together as an association since 1975. Currently, we have four ladders: Men's Singles, Women's Singles, Women's Doubles, and Mixed Doubles. The annual membership fee ($25 for individuals and $35 for families) entitles you to play on as many ladders as you want. Ladders run from April 15 through September 30. You don't have to live in Huntington to be a member, but most matches are played in and around the Huntington, Long Island area.

     To join the Huntington Tennis Association, please select the link above “Register / Log In.” This will take you to the Huntington Tennis Association Network page. Select "Join Network." Once you receive a message that you’ve been approved, you can log in again, and from our Network page, select Leagues. Choose the ladder(s) you’d like to join and click “Join Ladder.” At some point during the process you will be taken to a PayPal page to pay the membership fee. If you'd like a family membership or if you’d prefer to pay by check, please email me for payment instructions.

     Once you're approved you can view the names of the players on the ladder you'd like to join and challenge in anywhere you want. You can call or email a player you'd like to challenge. You have two chances to win a challenge match by June 30 before you are placed at the bottom of the ladder. Once you're on the ladder you can challenge a player simply by clicking the Challenge link next to their name.

     For more information on how the ladders work, please click on the Rules link on this page. You can also see the rules on the Details tab on each ladder page. If you have any further questions, please email me.

Nancy Lang-Feldman,
HTA President

*NEWS - COVID-19 UPDATE!
2020 Season Status
POSTED 5/12/20

As the state prepares to start reopening, it is again time to address what the HTA intends to do about the 2020 season. After much discussion with ladder captains, the decision has been made to continue to suspend the season. We will keep everyone apprised should conditions warrant a change to that plan. In the meantime, we are including a link from the USTA that provides tips for safe play. Please abide by all of these tips to ensure you remain as safe as possible.

https://www.usta.com/en/home/stay-current/national/usta-statement-on-safety-of-playing-tennis-during-the-covid-19-v.html





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