The organizer of the competition is the International Council of Amateur Sport ICAS. ATTL is the official Open Team Championship of Tennis Amateur Clubs. The regulations on the Championship, the calendar of the competitions are approved by the Russian Tennis Federation and are held under the patronage of the FTR Amateur Tennis Commission.
ATTL is a competition between teams of amateur tennis players aged 18 and over, representing various amateur associations. Teams are represented by official clubs and tennis centers, sports organizations and educational institutions, private commercial companies and government organizations and enterprises, private individuals – organizers without forming a legal entity – from all cities of Russia and from all countries.
The main goal of the Club League is and inter-club competitions is to enable as many amateur tennis players as possible to go beyond their clubs, to meet and play with new rivals, with whom they can meet at team tournaments, gain new experience and establish new sports connections. A team is always a united will, collective motivation, it is always a positive and a holiday!
The first season of the League of Clubs kicked off in August 2020. and ended on June 27, 2021. The final of the Open Team Championship – SUPER CUP – was held in Moscow, in the Balashikha Sports Complex on June 26-27, 2021, in which 6 strongest clubs took part. During the first season of 2020-2021, 68 team matches were played, including 60 tournaments in Moscow and the Moscow Region, as well as in Penza and Samara. The competition was attended by 22 teams from 14 cities of Russia, the total number of participants in the competition was 285 amateur tennis players aged 18 to 71 years.
The second season of the League of Clubs kicked off in July 2021. and ended on June 05, 2022. The final of the Open Team Championship – SUPER CUP – was held in Moscow, in the Balashikha Sports Complex on June 11, 2021, in which 6 strongest clubs took part. During the second season of 2021-2022, 75 team matches were played, including 70 tournaments in Moscow and the Moscow Region, as well as in Jaroslavl, S.-Petersburg and Samara. The competition was attended by 25 teams from 16 cities of Russia, the total number of participants in the competition was 350 amateur tennis players aged 18 to 75 years.
The new 3 season of the Club League started on July 1, 2022. and will end in June 2023.
For more details about the Club League competitions, see the website www.tennisrus.club.
2 Season Club LeagueICAS. Super Cup 2021-2022.
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SUPER CUP 2 season