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How to sign up and play Thai local tournaments

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2018.02.07

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Dear APF juniors and parents,
If you are interested in learning how to register and play the Thai local tournament(s) this is how. First visit the L.T.A.T (Lawn Tennis Association of Thailand) sportswiz webpage 

Registration

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The next step is to register and create your #ID & Password

Search for the Tournament(s):

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Once you have registered you are ready to look at the tournament schedule for each month.
Things to keep in mind when looking for a tournament: 

  1. Dates 
  2. Venue: (Location) How far is the tournament from Bangkok 
  3. TD (Tournament Director) info: Contact person and or email 
  4. Age: Make sure you select the proper age 
  5. Grade: Tournament level: 5(entry level) – 1(advanced) 

 

Log-in

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After you have found the tournament you are wanting to register, log-in using your #ID and password to sign-up for the tournaments.

  • We recommend that you call to confirm that your registration has been verified.
  • Ask about payment method
  • If you will also pay for the tournament you’ve entered on the day of check-in

Tennis 10’s

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If you are under the age of 10, keep visiting the webpage for future updates.  In the meantime, play in the 10’s tournament hosted at APF or your local club.  About Tennis 10’s 

 Monthly tournament information will be posted on the message board so keep a lookout!

For information about APF or to join a free trial lesson visit:

apfacademies.net/en

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George Kidera
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George Kidera has been coaching at APF Academies since April 2011. He had played tennis for the Bulldogs at Truman State University from 2000-2002. His role has been to promote and support all levels of the international tennis community at APF. "Coaching tennis is a wonderful experience and a great teaching tool to develop our next future leader."