Texas Sectional Championships - Adult 18 & Over - 3.5, 4.5

Strongest Teams by Championship Event and Flights

Texas Section Championships for Adult 18 & Over, 3.5 and 4.5, start August 3, 2018 in Dallas. The heat index will rise to over 100 degrees, start hydrating today!

Southern 3.5 4.0 4.5 USTA tennis league stats

All the teams are very good and every team has a chance to beat any other team. Tennis League Analytics ranks the following teams as the strongest.

Women’s 3.5

15 teams in 3 flights.

Top teams:
1. Wild Dallas
3. Austin
5. San Antonio
6. Fort Worth

Flight 1 is fairly competitive with Fort Worth as the strongest team. Flight 2 contains 3 of the top 6 teams, Wild Dallas, Austin and NOHO. NETX and San Antonio will battle for the top spot in Flight 3.

Men’s 3.5

16 teams in 4 flights

Top teams:
1. Houston
2. Dallas
3. Amarillo
4. San Antonio
5. Corpus Christi
6. Wild Dallas

Houston should dominate Flight 1. None of the 6 strongest teams are in flight 2; Fort Worth should emerge as the flight winner. Flight 3 contains 3 of the top 6 teams with Dallas the strongest rated team. Flight 4 will come down to San Antonio vs Wild Dallas.

Women’s 4.5

10 teams in 2 flights

Top teams:
1. Dallas
2. Austin
3. Fort Worth
5. Houston

Dallas, flight 1, and Austin, flight 2, should be in the final. However Fort Worth could upset Austin with a smart line-up to win flight 2.

Men’s 4.5

12 teams in 3 flights.

Top teams:
1. Austin
2. Houston
3. Dallas
4. San Antonio
5. Valley

San Antonio should finish on top in Flight 1. Flight 2 is the most difficult with the top two teams, Austin and Houston. That head-to-head match-up should be very competitive and fun to watch. Dallas is the strongest team Flight 3.

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