Please also review our COVID-19 page for player health & safety rules.
set up and put away the tables/nets/barriers. Two people are needed at
all times to set up a table. Do not tip the tables on the legs.
- Refer to the floor plan
posted on the
bulletin board or on the undersides of the tables. There are marks on the
floor for the corner of the table to align with. The two tables along the
wall should have the center of these tables in line with the barrier
post. These tables do not require side skirts.
- Fold-up and put away
tables as soon as
they are no longer needed. It requires a minimum of two people to
put a table away to prevent breakage.
- Seek help if you are
not strong enough
to set-up or put away the tables.
the club clean by throwing your trash away. There is a trashcan near the
not move into any court area during a point in play. When going to and
from a table, use the suggested walk areas or stay near the barriers or
wall, and walk quickly.
"ball please" or "let" to request assistance in
retrieving balls that travel into other courts.
assistance to others when their ball travels into your court.
not make loud or distracting noises.
all belongings in a location out of the way of tripping and in your
- WJTTC is not responsible
for missing or
conduct will not be tolerated and may result in a request to leave the
will be financially responsible for damage to the tables/nets/barriers.
play at their own risk.
not enter church area; we are allowed to use the Hall (including stage
area and bathroom) only.
Rules of Play
will be a Waiting List board for nights when there are people waiting to play.
Please attempt to sign up with someone near your playing ability.
the Waiting List is in use, players will either:
- Limit warm up to 2 minutes,
then play a
best 3 games of 5 match (11 point games)
- OR practice a maximum
of 20 minutes.
the completion of a match, or after 20 minutes of practice:
- Both players come off
the table and the
winner of the match should put his/her name in the first open spot on the
- The second player should
sign up in a
different playing pair.
- The next two players
on the list will then
play on the vacated table.
- Two players can choose
to sign up
together on the next available open pair and play after the people that
have previously signed up.
four players are waiting to play, doubles is suggested. If there are only
4 people total playing doubles, they should play two matches and follow
the sign-up procedures. If there are 6 people playing doubles on the same
table, these people should be able to continue on this table until there
are only 4 playing. At that time they must follow the sign-up procedures.
If the club is excessively busy, this may change.
#1 (farthest from the stage) will be a Challenge table. (Challenge Table
of operation are 7:30 to approximately 10:30 PM start your last game no
later than 10:15.
for Challenge Table
Table #1 will be a challenge table on all nights except while League
Competition is under way.
winner may elect to stay and play the next challenger.
now, challengers must have a club or USATT rating of 1500 or higher.
put their paddle/case next to the table middle on the wall side. This
determines the order of who challenges next (the paddle/case closest to
the table is the next player up).
- Challengers can estimate
the wait time
by the number of paddles ahead of them.
- Remove your case once
you start playing
to avoid confusion.
CANNOT play or sign-up for the other tables while their paddle is waiting
on the Challenge table.