This week we're getting all stat'y'!
In usual competitive, LTL spirit, we find out which parks, towns or cities make our top 10.
This week it's a top 10 for matches completed. So who does get all their matches played?
Coming in with 93% of league matches completed, a big well done to two growing leagues:
The Sunderland league begins its 10th round on 26 April. We caught up with Peter Toase who spoke to us about tennis in Sunderland, our resident champ in the league gave us his top tips for LTL success!
We visited Crawley's K2 centre on Saturday 21 April for their open day, the league, also beginning its next round this week has set a record for the highest number of entries in its history this time around!
With a brilliant, 95%, springing into the top 10 is...
Round 13 & 14 are already looking as busy as ever for our sunny seasiders on the south coast!
Just short of joint top place, with a remarkable 96%, we're sending a huge pat on the back to two more friendly, competitive leagues...
Potteries Parks (Stoke) & Kilburn Grange (North London)
The two parks beat all but five leagues nationally for matches completed, that's a lot of tennis!
But, rolling in at a sensational 100% of matches completed. We doff our proverbial Andy Roddick cap, to 5 tennis-crazy leagues!
GLADSTONE PARK (NORTH WEST LONDON)
Yep. We know. For 100% of their matches to have been completed, players in these five wonderful leagues really did do themselves proud.
Of course, completing every single match isn't always possible, and many leagues will have been hit by the wind, rain and snow that scuppered no small number of matches this winter. So, to have completed every single match really shows the passion for tennis that our joint first placed leagues conjur!
Well done to all of our top 10, and the many leagues who came spiritingly close to it.
With the weather looking as barmy as April has ever been, we can't wait to see match stat records broken this spring & summer!