Why Play Tennis

Tennis is a great game which is enjoyed by all backgrounds. It is a sport that can be played from early years all the way into your senior years.

Personal benefits from tennis include:

  • Health
  • Physical
  • Agility
  • Strength
  • Mental
  • Social

Improving your tennis also increases your problem solving skills by constantly evaluating and making quick decisions on where to play and predict where the ball will be played.

Try today and get going in our Tennis Programmes.

Guide to Matchplay/Tournaments

Matchplay

A great way to practice matches. There are no 1st, 2nd, 3rd places etc.

Why play in Matchplay?

Match experience is a great way to improve development of playing standards. Players go through many emotions when participating in a match, those with more experience are better at handling certain game situations. Results will also count towards LTA ratings.

Format: Round Robin or Compass Draw

 

Tournament

Seeded players will be separated into the draw.

Format: Either a round robin format with players from each group playing their respective winners. Or a Knockout Draw with a Consolation Draw.

Prizes will be given out at Tournaments.

Scoring System

Red Ball: First to 10pt Championship Tie-Break.

Orange Ball: First Player to two sets of 7pt Tie-Break. If 1 set all play deciding set.

Green Ball: First to 4 games. Sudden death deuce for each game. Win the Set 4-0, 4-1, 4-2, 5-3, 5-4. If 4-4 play a Tie break to 7 to decide the outcome.

Yellow Ball: First to 1 set of 6 Games. Sudden death deuce for each game. Win as follows 6-0, 6-1, 6-2, 6-3, 6-4, 7-5, 7-6. Tie Beak at 6-6.

All Tie-Breaks must be won by two points clear.