Lee County Women's Tennis League

"Promoting Tennis in Lee County since 1978"

Welcome to the LCWTL's 2018-2019 Season

Rule Changes

Rule Changes should be submitted by Dec. 15, 2018. Download and Fill out and submit Form 29 Proposed Rule Change Submission

Board meeting Tuesday, Dec 4, at 2.30 pm

Division Officers should schedule their Winter meeting after the February Board Meeting. Please let secretary@lcwtl5.com the date.

Heat, Humidity, and Hydration

A gentle reminder as you return to Florida heat....each player needs to be aware of their individual tolerance for physical activity in heat/high humdiity conditions. Serious health situations can result from heat exhaustion and heat stroke. Hydration before and during a match with water and electolyte products is recommended for all players.

What you need to know

Score Entry

Please read

The Webteam will correct score entry errors. When the correction is made, an email is automatically sent to the relevant captains so you can verify the correction.

Click this button to request a score correction.

Score Entry email to the Web team



The online schedules are correct. There have been some changes since the book went to print. As a courtesy, home captains should call visiting captains and confirm start times. Refer all questions to your Division President.

Troubleshooting Email Issues

Some AOL, Hotmail, and Yahoo email addresses have issues receiving emails from lcwtl5.com. We are not receiving any messages that tell us that our emails have NOT sent. Please review Chapter 5- Going Around Spam Filters at www.htmlemailguide.com/table-of-contents


Division Officers

The first LCWTL Board meeting is on Dec 4, 2018 at 2.30 at Robb and Stucky.

Division officers should consider scheduling the Winter meeting now. The Winter meeting should be scheduled after the February Board meeting so you can discuss any possible rule changes with your captains.

Information for New Officers

You can choose "New Players this Season" from the Teams/Players tab to see the players who are new to the LCWTL this season. Note that some names may be familiar as they may have played in the LCWTL at least two years ago, but if they have re-rated this year we are treating them as new players


Adding, Deleting, Transferring Players

Please use Form 8 when you add, delete or transfer players  on teams. Remember to add NEW players to the database first. See information under Players.

Information you may find helpful:


All NEW players NEED to Create/Change their Player account.

Read these instructions to help you.

Click here to access your Personal Match history, or access it from the Team/Players menu. You need a Personal Player Account to do this.

Be sure to fill out and carry the Medical Emergency Form with you to all tennis matches.

Adding New Players to the LCWTL and Name Changes

Send an email to the LCWTL Data Coordinator to add a new player to the database. Send the players' name and her rating. The player adds her telephone number, date of birth, and signs the aggreement in her Personal Player Account. You can also send any spelling corrections. A player can correct her own telephone numbers under Personal Player Account.



Meetings and Minutes

LCWTL Board Meetings are held the first Tuesday of the month, October to May.

Meeting Dates Minutes
May 1, 2018 May 2018.pdf
Oct 2, 2018 Oct 2018.pdf
Nov 6, 2018
Dec 4, 2018
Jan 8, 2019
Feb 5, 2019
Mar 5, 2019
Apr 2, 2019
May 7, 2019



The LCWTL Yearbook is provided to all players who are registered by August 1. Below you will find the up to date Yearbook, in sections, so you may print it easily. The LCWTL By Laws are also posted here.

2018-2019 LCWTL By Laws

2018-2019 LCWTL Rules and Regulations

On Court Rules

Coman Tiebreak

Schedules .pdf format

Player's Creed

"The game of tennis requires cooperation and courtesy and places the responsibility for fair play on each player.

As a member of the Lee County Women's Tennis League, I will abide by this concept and by the rules of the game and compete with the true spirit of sportsmanship, always giving the benefit of the doubt to my opponents.

WIN or LOSE, I will conduct myself in a way that HONORS my opponents, my team, those who support me, and the game of TENNIS."