Courses, competitions, events & other key dates
Competition is a great way to improve your game whatever level you consider yourself or your child to be. Players gain so much experience when playing from improving physical ability, tactical awareness of the game and simply learning to concentrate for longer periods of time. Whether competitors win or lose, they gain a purpose for their training sessions and can identify the areas of their game that need improving.
Annual Club Championships 2016
In July each year our players get together to compete in 3 age categories.
11 & Under which was won by Mete Watson (defeating Louie Jones)
15& Under which was won by Daniel George (defeating Michael Stickley)
Open category to be arranged for late August
Each competitor has their name engraved onto a shield that they keep for the year.
Many thanks to all competitors and supporters that played a part on the day!
Become a member of British Tennis!
You need to become a member of British Tennis to compete which is FREE through Absolute Tennis as we are registered with the Lawn Tennis Association. Members will receive all these fantastic benefits;
- Entry into the BTM Wimbledon ballot
- An Aegon British Tennis Rating
- Discounts & pre-sales on tickets for events
- A personalised monthly e-newsletter
- Access to special offers at tennis.net
- Offers and discounts through LTA partners
Competition in Mini Tennis
There are a lots of opportunities to get involved in these fun and enjoyable competitions. Mini Red, Orange and Green competitions are graded to help you find the right tournaments for your standard starting with local tournaments all the way to a national level.
Competition in Junior Yellow Ball
To get the most out of competition you should try and play against players of a similar standard. To help you identify the level of competition that is right for you all LTA Competitions are graded (7-1).
Competition for Adults
Information on the different types of individual and team competition available for adult players is available on the LTA website.