I do not like the queueing system because I want to play only with my friends.
The best way for four people to play together is to be the first in line to start a court together. After that there are no opportunities to play exclusively as a group of four either in CTPA or public play rules. For Public Play there will not be the queueing of four paddles together, rather each paddle will lean in a line of the queueing station and the next two players will join the next game with “winning team stays on format” or four when the queueing station is larger than 2 person per available courts. (Note: CTPA members will que with membership cards not paddles)

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1. Why does CTPA have exclusive hours to the courts?
2. Why is there a fee to join CTPA since the courts are in a community park?
3. How were the CTPA rules determined?
4. How can I identify a CTPA member?
5. Why should I join CTPA? I do not want a rating or to compete.
6. During CTPA hours, I see empty courts -why can’t I use them if I am not a member?
7. I do not like the queueing system because I want to play only with my friends.
8. Have a question that's not listed?