I want to play only with my friends in Public Play.

The rules for Public Play was determine by the Township, not CTPA.   The winning team stays on and split and losing team leaves, allowing two new players to join the two that remain, is a common format that assures that everyone can play.  Private games during Public Play times is not allowed.  CTPA does offer to members Your Four Play that allows any four members of any rating to play exclusively together along with other benefits.

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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 want to play only with my friends in Public Play.
8. Have a question that's not listed?