Westway Tennis League
Welcome to the league!
Friendly, competitive tennis on Westway's public courts
You are just a step away from joining our mixed-sex, singles league for adults (aged 18+).
If you have been meaning to get back into tennis, want to set yourself a challenge or would like to meet new people to play, why not give it a go!
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Interested in this League?
Join The League
New rounds for the Westway league start regularly. See next round dates and entry fees above. Entries close the Monday before a round starts. You are never committed to joining more than one round and round usually last eight weeks (ten weeks where we also run doubles rounds).
We offer unbelievable prices on tennis balls. And league members get extra savings!
This is how it works
- Players are organised into groups of up to 8 people of a similar standard
- Players arrange their own matches
- It is a mixed sex, singles league, so men and women play each other
- You can play on any court that suits both players
The league is
- For everybody!
- We welcome beginners as well as advanced players.
- Players are grouped by ability, so you play only people of a roughly similar level
- Affiliated to the LTA
- For adults aged 18 years and above
- Matches are best of three tie break sets; if a set reaches 6 games all, it is decided by a tiebreak
- The evening before the round starts you will receive an email with all the contact details of the players in your group
- Players are grouped according to past performance in the league and, for new players, their Player Standard Questionnaire
- Everyone in the group plays each other once during the round
- You get one point for each set you win
- If you complete three matches before the midpoint of a round you receive 2 bonus points and a bonus prize (either a pair of Local Tennis Leagues dampeners, or a tube of tennis balls).
- The winner of each group is the player with the most points at the end of the round
- The winners get a certificate and tennis prizes
- Where possible, winners of the groups (and sometimes the top two) are promoted for the next round; those who come bottom (and sometimes the bottom two) are demoted
New to the league?
Click on the round you want to join (see the links above) and we will guide you though the process! You will be asked to pay the round fee and complete the player questionnaire which will help us get you great matches.
If you would like to register before you commit to a round, complete the form here...
Choose the round you wish to join from your account page, or choose from the links at the top of the page. And let the tennis begin!
If there is anything else you need help with contact us and we will be happy to help!
The Westway has eight top-quality acrylic indoor courts. The surface is the same as used at the Australian Open. There are also two synthetic orange clay courts.
Monday - Friday: 7am - 10pm
Saturday: 7am - 8pm
Sunday: 8am - 9pm
How to book courts
All court bookings are done online. There is a one-off registration fee of £5. See to sports.westway.org/tennis or call 020 8969 0992
You can book up to 28 days in advance online and up to 7 days in advance by phone or in person.
Cancellations must be made 48 hours in advance for refunds or credit.
Indoor courts, off-peak (Monday-Friday, 7am-5pm):
To get the discount, courts must be booked by phone or in person, not online. Please note, the discount applies only for the duration of the current round you have paid for and for league matches only.
*At various times of year this offer may be extended to the general public
Indoor peak time: £25 (£18.50 off peak: £13 off peak conc)
Outdoor clay: £11 (£8 off peak, £6 off-peak concs/students)
Collapse AllWestway Singles - Round 31 | Thursday 29 September 2016 to Wednesday 23 November 2016 (Midpoint: Wednesday 26 October 2016)
Cold weather didn't seem to phase what was yet another highly competitive round for the Westway League. Many thanks to those players who too part and we hope you can keep getting out onto the courts in the difficult coming months!
Alessandro and Gareth just fall short of the win again, coming in 2nd and 3rd as Flavio takes the lead with 4 wins and bonus points - beating out Alessandro by just 1 point! A shame not to see an end to the head to head between Yusuke and Antonio, too, which looked like it was going to go down to the wire.
- Flavio Taffoni 8.1 [W4, L1] 11 includes 2 bonus points WINNER
- Alessandro Frigerio 7.2 [W4, L2] 10 includes 2 bonus points RUNNER UP
- Gareth Isaac 8.1 [W3, L1] 6
- Antonio Berral 8.1 [W2, L3, UF1] 6 includes 2 bonus points
- Yusuke Nakagawa [W2, UF1] 5
- Herve Lagadec 9.1 [W1, L3] 4 includes 2 bonus points
- Sebastian Anastassiou [L6] 2 includes 2 bonus points
Match of the Group:Reveal CommentHerve Lagadec bt Sebastian Anastassiou (Oct 8) 6-2, 6-2
Superb turnout with over half of players achieving bonus points and prizes in this group. Well played to Adam who had an unbeaten round with 4 straight wins, however With 6 matches and 5 wins under her belt, as well as bonus points, it was Alice who took the win with 12 points!
- Alice Kim 8.2 [W5, L1] 12 includes 2 bonus points WINNER
- Adam Burgis 9.1 [W4] 8 RUNNER UP
- Megumi Larke 8.2 [W2, L2, UF2] 8 includes 2 bonus points
- Llewellyn Ramos 9.1 [W2, L3, UF1] 8 includes 2 bonus points
- Christian Huot 8.2 [W2, L2, UF2] 5
- Advait Kapadia 8.2 [W1, L4, UF1] 5 includes 2 bonus points
- Sudaif Niaz [W2] 4
- George Olu 10.2 [L6] 2 includes 2 bonus points
Match of the Group:Reveal CommentAlice Kim bt Llewellyn Ramos (Nov 7) 6-3, 1-6, 6-4
Brian moved up from group 4 in the previous round to claim 4 unbeaten wins, including an incredibly tight 2-6, 7-6 (7-3), 6-4 victory against group winner William. With an extra win under his belt however William overtook Brian on points to claim the prize.
- William Johnson 8.2 [W5, L1] 13 includes 2 bonus points WINNER
- Brian Mark 9.1 [W4] 10 includes 2 bonus points RUNNER UP
- Fabio Pasquale 10.2 [W2, L2] 6 includes 2 bonus points
- Agustin Paz Villoria 10.2 [L2] 2
- Sid Chaturvedi [L2] 1
- Francesco Marcucci [L2]
- Gilead Amit 9.1 [L2]
- Alon Laniado withdrawn
Match of the Group:Reveal CommentFabio Pasquale bt Agustin Paz Villoria (Oct 17) 4-6, 6-3, 7-5
Whilst Haroon and Luigi had stepped up a group this round having coming 1st and 2nd respectively in group 5 in the previous round, Luigi managed to keep up his momentum to take 6 straight wins to top group 4 (with bonus points to boot!) Special mention to Louis-David too, who came in 2nd with 7 points and 2 wins.
- Luigi Brambilla 8.2 [W6] 14 includes 2 bonus points WINNER
- Louis-David Magnien 9.2 [W2, L2] 7 includes 2 bonus points RUNNER UP
- Sara Evans 7.2 [W2, UF2] 4
- Haroon Hemat [W1, L2] 2
- Arjan Muman [L1, UF1] 1
- Jonathan Mizzi [L4] 1
- Patrick Borges [L1, UF1]
- Des Glass [L1]
Match of the Group:Louis-David Magnien bt Haroon Hemat (Oct 19) 7-5, 7-6 (7-5)
Nik and Biliana were neck and neck for first place with both players on 10 points each. In the case of a tie like this, bonus points get discounted - leaving Nik at the top of the table! Mentions must be made of the tight head to heads between Biliana and Mark, and John and Mark, the latter of which saw an admirable comeback from John having lost the first set 1-6!
- Nik Slingsby 10.2 [W5] 10 WINNER
- Biliana Draganova [W4, L1] 10 includes 2 bonus points RUNNER UP
- Mark Shephard [L3, UF1] 5
- John Stephenson [W2, L2] 4
- William Spray 10.1 [W1, L1, UF1] 2
- Larkin Erdmann 10.2 [W1, L4] 2
- Emma Fava 8.1 [L2] withdrawn
Match of the Group:John Stephenson bt Mark Shephard (Oct 22) 1-6, 7-5, 7-5
Oh dear - only 3 matches got played in this group...what happened? Please do let us know if you have trouble arranging matches as we will help where we can! Hats off to Marika for playing in 2 of them and to Robert for taking the win, based on the fewest number of games lost.
- Robert Teare 10.2 [W1] 2 WINNER
- Raquel Rothermel 10.2 [W1] 2 RUNNER UP
- Anne-France Kennedy [W1] 2
- Lachezar Stoitsov 9.1 [L1]
- Marika Breccia [L2]
- Ezgi Muratoglu 9.1
Match of the Group:Reveal CommentAnne-France Kennedy bt Marika Breccia (Oct 29) 6-4, 6-3
There were some close scores across the board here - Ming played in a number of close matches, including a 3 setter against Pierre, but unfortunately wasn't able to turn any of them into wins. Farid and Pierre won 4 and 3 matches respectively, coming in first and second, with the former's added bonus points helping him to solidify his lead.
- Farid Chehraz 10.1 [W4] 10 includes 2 bonus points WINNER
- Pierre Anderson 10.1 [W3, L1] 6 RUNNER UP
- Jared Lewis 10.2 [W1, L1] 3
- Ming Lun Chan 10.2 [L4] 3 includes 2 bonus points
- Sibylle Preuss 10.2 [W1, L2] withdrawn 2
- Nadia Manzoor 10.2 [L1]
Match of the Group:Reveal CommentPierre Anderson bt Ming Lun Chan (Oct 25) 4-6, 6-4, 6-3
Looking for previous matches? Visit the Westway archive.
The results listed here include the current and previous round of Singles and Doubles matches for Westway.
You earn one point for every set you win. Players who complete three or more matches by the mid-point of the round receive 2 bonus points, and a free can of balls which we will post to you.
Player, [LTA rating], [win/loss/tie tally], points won
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