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
For the past couple of weeks, we have written about how to (sort of) play tennis at home. Now, you have been showing us how to do it! Here is a selection of how our players are spending the time until they can get back on court.
MEN AT WORK
"Improvised indoors tennis at home," says says Vasile Toch who plays in the Craiglockhart Tennis League in Edinburgh. It works well for volleys, half volleys, serve (with barrier moved to the wall)."
As for Jens Hills, a veteran of countless rounds in Highbury Fields, north London, the lockdown is a chance to find his beloved classical guitar and to start playing again. It might not be tennis, but coping positively with the crisis is what it is all about.