Thanks for letting me know that about the USTA Leagues. I want to join but right now I can't devote that much time to the game unfortunately. When I played in college the format was 6 singles matches followed by 3 doubles matches. In my last match as a senior at 2nd singles, I played well and won easily my singles match. The rest of the five singles matches were still in progress and because it was starting to get dark already, they decided to start the doubles matches with only 1 court available, the 1st doubles team was asked to start. Since I was half of the 1st doubles team and the 1st singles player was my partner and was still playing the only team member we had left to play was our backup who was only a freshman. I carried the freshman throughout most of the match but without my regular partner we were in trouble as the other team's 1st doubles were not any of their singles players, just a solid team. Late in the third set we had a match point at 5-2 3 points a piece. The last few service return games before that point playing from the ad court my backhand return had taken a vacation. All of a sudden I could not buy a backhand return. I choose to let the freshman receive serve on match point, and I could see my coach frustrated on the sideleine with my decision. The freshman hit the bottom of the net. The freshman then dumped his serve at love with a couple of double faults. At matchpoint again 5-4 3 points a piece I told the freshman that he would take the serve as he had been returning well with his forehand from the deuce court and the server had been recently placing the ball to his forehand. I told him to take a good crack at it. I announced to the other team that the freshman (I can't remember his name) would receive serve. My coach got up and walked away, he couldn't look, maybe he choked on his cigar that he was smoking. Anyway the server went to the forehand and as he followed it in to the net he could only look down in amazement as the freshman ripped the forehand right down the middle of the court for a clean winner. At the time we finished our match was the 5th and deciding win for the team victory as our other doubles team still left on the court was losing. We won the team match 5-4. My coach still tried to give me the business but I would have none of it, it was my final match and I did what I thought was best for the team and the freshman. The best part of what happened is that the freshman who was going to quit because he was not a starter, decided to come back the following year. I do not know how he did but I felt happy to let him have that thrill of victory on that day!!!