7 May 2019

League latest

Five new singles leagues are starting this summer from the West Lothian league in Scotland to the Littlehampton and Bognor league on the south coast. We are also re-launching our city-wide Doubles in Edinburgh 

Chiswick House Gardens

The latest in our family of great Will to Win leagues, this new league is based at Chiswick House Gardens, set in 65 acres of beautiful gardens and the outstanding 18th century house which was once known for its lavish parties, political breakfasts and royal visitors including two Russian tsars, the King of Prussia and Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. The tennis facilities are (almost) as grand! There are 9 courts (7 hard, two carpet), 1 mini court, plus cafe, conservatory, pro shop, changing rooms and a car park. Everything a tennis player could want!
Dates: 27 June to 21 August. Join here by Monday 24 June.

Pavilion Women's Tennis League
By popular demand, we are introducing our first Women's Singles league at the Pavilion, the exceptionally friendly, well run and floodlit venue in Haringey, north London, close to Alexandra Palace. Mixed singles and doubles are already on offer here.
Dates: 4 July to 28 August. Join here by Monday 1 July

North west
Ruskin ParkSt Helens, Lancashire

St Helens is the ideal place for a brand new league with 10 venues now grouped together in new St Helens Community Tennis initiative. A partnership between St Helens Council and the LTA, this aims to offer accessible, inexpensive tennis to the local community. It will be available all year to all age groups with social play, competitions like the new mixed sex singles league and coaching. The 10 venues including many free park courts, new floodlit facilities, inexpensive clubs and clubs offering pay and play to everyone.
Dates: 4 July to 28 August. Want to get playing? Join here by Monday 1 July

EdinburghEdinburgh Doubles Tennis League

The city-wide Doubles league will be re-lauched after Wimbledon and matches can be played on any local court that suits both teams, including those at the Meadows and Craiglockhart (great indoor and outdoor courts) or on the free courts at Inverleith Park or Leith Links. As in all our doubles leagues, teams can be two men, two women or a man and a woman, and will be organised by standard, so you play only people of a similar level. Members of the Meadows City Tennis Club can get a £3 discount! Details of how how to take advantage of this will be sent via the club.
Dates: 18 July to 25 September. Join here by 15 July

West Lothian 
A sister league to the East Lothian league, this west-of-Edinburgh league is based in Bathgate and Livingston. Venues include James Young Tennis Club (free courts!), Ladywell Community Tennis Club (inexpensive yearly membership or pay as you go) and Kirkton Park (4 floodlit courts, £5.50 ph).
Dates: 27 June to 21 August. Join here by Monday 24 June

South East
Grass courts at Maltravers ParkLittlehampton and Bognor
Just along the coast from our Adur & Worthing league, this seaside league boasts several great venues perfectly placed for a post-match swim or, if that is too chilly, an icecream at the very least. There are some gems among the courts, particularly those tucked away at Maltravers Park in Littlehampton. Make the most of the grass courts here while you can. It's a short season but well worth taking advantge of and if you have never played on grass before, your knees are in for a treat!
Dates: 20 June to 14 August. Enter here by Monday 17 June.