In England (but not in Scotland and Wales) it is now possible to play singles (doubles is also allowed with members of your own household).
We are gradually restarting singles leagues. This is a phased process and round dates will appear on league pages as soon as we know they can start.
When rounds can re-start, registered users will, as usual, receive emails inviting entries. If you do not have an account, you can create one for free here.Please don't create a second account if you already have one. If you need help logging in, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Roundup: latest news from our blog
#backoncourt, here's what to expect and how to play safe!
Next week the first of our lockdown-easing rounds begin and some of you have already got back on court. So what to expect? Local Tennis Leagues' ...
"Really enjoying this league and I think you guys do a great job keeping everything so up to date,"
Harrogate Tennis League
"Really enjoyed it and very surprised to have won. I didn't know what to expect regarding the standard but most of the matches were close. Thank you for organising,"
Norwich Parks Tennis League
"Have to say the Pavilion league is a joy. Have met some nice people, the courts are kept in really good order and Robby is great,"
Pavilion Tennis League
"I must be one of your oldest players at 73 and the court seems to be getting bigger with every year that passes. These young lads hit the ball too hard and run for ever. Still the leagues are great fun. Where else could I play a Frenchman, an Australian and a Latvian in the space of a couple of weeks? I have claimed my bonus prize!"
Westway Tennis League
"Really glad I joined. Great way to meet new players,"
Glasgow Tennis League
"An excellent introduction to the league. I have had a superb time playing competitive tennis for the first time in 30 odd years. Many thanks to everyone involved in organising the Reading league. Here's looking forward to the next round!",