Collapse AllOxford Doubles - Round 14 | Thursday 2 September 2021 to Wednesday 27 October 2021 (Midpoint: Wednesday 29 September 2021)

It was great to see so many players out on court during this Round, enjoying friendly, competitive tennis and making new friends. We hope you had a great time battling it out! There is just one more Round for 2021 and we’re looking forward to having you join us again. We think Local Tennis Leagues players are the keenest of them all, so it’ll be no surprise to see many of you back out there during the cooler months. Join now to secure your place!

Group Summary:

Final Rankings:

  1. Nic Aliwell & Michel Leconte [W2] 4 WINNER
  2. Peter Gorman & Edward Gronbech [W1, L1] 2 RUNNER UP
  3. Thomas Benfey & Annabel Lloyd [W1, L1] 2
  4. Nil Angli & Noran Fouad [L2]
  5. Leo Norton & Shelley McDermott
  6. Robyn Stovold & Anna Ventress

Match Results:

Reveal CommentNic Aliwell & Michel Leconte bt Peter Gorman & Edward Gronbech (Sep 26) 6-3, 6-2

Player Comments:

  • "Good fast paced match with good hits from both teams"  -- Nic

Match of the Group:

Reveal CommentNic Aliwell & Michel Leconte bt Thomas Benfey & Annabel Lloyd (Sep 17) 7-5, 7-6 (7-4)

Player Comments:

  • "Good match played over 2 tight sets. Serve and volley was the key to master for both sides. "  -- Nic
Reveal CommentThomas Benfey & Annabel Lloyd bt Nil Angli & Noran Fouad (Sep 12) 7-6 (7-3), 6-4

Player Comments:

  • "It was a pleasure today to meet on a late summer morning of sun on the grass of Alexandra Park - my doubles opponent Tommy and our opponents Nil and Noran. This was a tightly fought match which could have gone either way. Annabel"  -- Annabel
Reveal CommentPeter Gorman & Edward Gronbech bt Nil Angli & Noran Fouad (Sep 5) 6-4, 6-2

Player Comments:

  • "A fantastic day to play tennis with the sun scorching down for the entirety of the match. Both doubles pairs were new together so we were all learning as the games went along. A brilliant fought battle with me and Ed clinching some of the deciding games! "  -- Peter