How the game is played

One-on-One Doubles® is the first alternative, competitive format to singles and doubles since the inception of the game in the 1870s. One-on-One Doubles can be played in both tournament and league format.

One-on-One Doubles
® is a half-court, serve and volley competition played amongst two players. There is a divisible line drawn through the middle of the court from the center service line to the middle of the baseline. On clay, one can use a regular court liner to make this divisible line through the middle. On hard courts, one can use chalk or white athletic/trainers' tape to mark off the middle line. MORE->
Testimonials
"One-on-One Doubles is the game our nation's youth needs to play. It develops the many abandoned fundamentals that are critical to getting players to the top levels of the game."
-Chuck Kriese, Head Men's Tennis Coach, Clemson University (USPTA and ITA National Coach-of-the-Year Award Winner)
"The skills involved in One-on-One Doubles are critical to the development of today's top players. Just as importantly, they are fun to execute by players at any level."
-Dick Gould, Tennis Director, Stanford University & ITA Coach of the Decade 1980s & 1990s
See It In Action!
2012 One On One Doubles Pro Tournament
2012 One On One Doubles Pro Tournament
Alabama Collegiate One On One Doubles Championships
Alabama Collegiate One On One Doubles Championships
Florida Collegiate One On One Doubles Championships
Florida Collegiate One On One Doubles Championships
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