The USTA has a PDF with the schedule but here is a summary as well.
|Oct. 10-12||18 & over||3.0||Tucson|
|Oct. 10-12||18 & over||5.0+||Indian Wells|
|Oct. 17-19||18 & over||4.0||Tucson|
|Oct. 17-19||18 & over||2.5||Indian Wells|
|Oct. 24-26||18 & over||3.5||Tucson|
|Oct. 24-26||18 & over||4.5||Indian Wells|
|Oct. 24-26||40 & over||3.0||Rancho Mirage|
|Oct. 31-Nov. 2||40 & over||3.5||Tucson|
|Oct. 31-Nov. 2||40 & over||4.5+||Indian Wells|
|Oct. 31-Nov. 2||55 & over||6.0 & 8.0||Surprise|
|Nov. 7-9||40 & over||4.0||Rancho Mirage|
|Nov. 7-9||55 & over||7.0 & 9.0||Surprise|
|Nov. 14-16||18 & over||2.5, 7.0, & 9.0||Tucson|
|Nov. 14-16||40 & over||6.0 & 8.0||Surprise|
|Nov. 21-23||18 & over||6.0, 8.0, & 10.0||Tucson|
|Nov. 21-23||40 & over||7.0 & 9.0||Surprise|
So we are just 4 weeks away from Nationals starting! Good luck to all the teams headed there.
I was fortunate to go to Nationals once in Tucson and it was a great experience. Some teams go to enjoy it and get everyone that travels into an equal number of matches, and others go focused on winning and playing their best line-up every match. Of course, sometimes the latter turns into the former after a few matches.
In either case team reports can be a great way to get a view of your own team or scout opponents, the latter can be useful to balance winning and getting all your players in a match, or just figuring out the best way to arrange your line-up to give your team the best chance of winning. Contact me if you are interested.