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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).

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This is how it works:

  • Players are organised into groups of up to 8 people of a similar standard
  • Contact details are emailed
  • 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.
  • Don't worry that you won't be good enough - playing matches is the best way to improve, and we use an online questionnaire to assess people's ability so you play only people of a roughly similar level
  • Affiliated to the LTA For adults aged 18 years and above 

Key points

  • Matches are best of three 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 placed in groups according to past performance in the league and, for new players, their Player Standard Questionnaire
  • Each player attempts to play each of the other player on their group once during the round
  • 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 the group is the player with the most points at the end of the round
  • The winner of the group wins a certificate and tennis prizes
  • Where possible, winners of groups are promoted to the group above for the next round.

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New players will need to complete the player questionnaire before they can join a round. Once you’ve signed up, and for returning players you can join any of the upcoming rounds above.

For everything you need to know before you get started see the FAQs and review the Rules and Regulations, which all players agree to adhere to when playing in the leagues.

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Collapse AllWestway Singles - Round 32 | Thursday 9 February 2017 to Wednesday 5 April 2017 (Midpoint: Wednesday 8 March 2017)

Current Rankings:

  1. Antonio Berral 8.1 [UF2] 1
  2. Flavio Taffoni 8.1 [UF1] 1
  3. Marcus Williams 8.2 [UF1] 1
  4. Adam Burgis 9.1
  5. Alessandro Frigerio 7.2
  6. Anthony Schneider
  7. Gareth Isaac 8.1
  8. Jan Meyer-Sahling 8.2

Match Results:

Reveal CommentAntonio Berral v Flavio Taffoni (Feb 22) 6-7 (8-10), 4-3 TBC

Player Comments:

  • "TBC Flavio's serve"  -- Antonio
Reveal CommentAntonio Berral v Marcus Williams (Feb 14) 6-0, 6-7 (3-7) TBC

Player Comments:

  • "TBC Marcus' serve"  -- Antonio

Current Rankings:

  1. Herve Lagadec 9.1 [W3] 8 includes 2 bonus points
  2. Luigi Brambilla 8.2 [W1] 2
  3. Christian Huot 8.2 [L1]
  4. Sebastian Anastassiou [L1]
  5. William Mumby [L2]
  6. Antoine Gelain 9.2
  7. Brian Mark 9.1
  8. Yann Le Montreer

Match Results:

Reveal CommentHerve Lagadec bt William Mumby (Feb 18) 6-2, 6-4

Player Comments:

  • "A hard fought match as the first 5 games lasted almost 40 minutes. Then in the second set, William fought back strongly to come back to 4-4 before we ended the game in an epic rally. Very pleasant game!"  -- Herve
Luigi Brambilla bt William Mumby (Feb 17) 6-1, 6-2
Reveal CommentHerve Lagadec bt Christian Huot (Feb 13) 6-1, 6-3

Player Comments:

  • "The opening game started with long rallies and I knew that we were heading to a very physical match. Lots of various shots from baseline to the net were played in the first set and it was tighter than what the score says. In the second set Christian was more confident and had powerful strokes that made me run a lot. I had to fight a long last game to close the game but Christian was coming back and I could feel the game starting to slip away otherwise. Very intense and physical game!"  -- Herve
Reveal CommentHerve Lagadec bt Sebastian Anastassiou (Feb 11) 6-1, 6-3

Player Comments:

  • "Very good match against Sebastian. Score is not reflecting the intensity of the games as in the first set Sebastian was always leading on my service games and had to get away from that situation after many deuce points. Sebastian was gradually more controlled in the second set and I had to defend a lot of points. Really pleasant game."  -- Herve

Current Rankings:

  1. Andrey Yakunin 8.2 [W4, L1] 11 includes 2 bonus points
  2. Rupert Coltart 10.1 [W2] 4
  3. Advait Kapadia 8.2 [L1]
  4. George Olu 10.2 [L2]
  5. Paulo Weiler 10.1 [L1]
  6. Nik Slingsby 10.2 [L1]
  7. Agustin Paz Villoria 10.2
  8. Rolf Erlend Bakke 10.1 withdrawn

Match Results:

Reveal CommentRupert Coltart bt Andrey Yakunin (Feb 22) 6-3, 3-6, 6-3

Player Comments:

  • "An excellent match! A well served win to Rupert who simply played better tennis and allowed much less UE as well grabbed every opportunity for a break that opened. "  -- Andrey
Reveal CommentAndrey Yakunin bt Nik Slingsby (Feb 21) 7-5, 6-0

Player Comments:

  • "The action started in straight in the 1st game with Nik breaking Andrey in the opening game. And in the 8th game Nick extended his lead with the 2nd break. But a break back and a further one at 4-5 levelled the match. A solid serving game and a 3rd break at 6-5 delivered the opening set to Andrey. The score of the 2nd set doesn't reflect what was actually happening on court: the game was much cleaner then int he 1st set with a lot less UE from both sides. A good match with interesting net approaches and lobs through out."  -- Andrey
Reveal CommentAndrey Yakunin bt George Olu (Feb 20) 6-2, 6-1

Player Comments:

  • "The action kick started early in the match when the 2nd game saw 5 deuce points played before Andrey finally to converted a breakpoint. With good serving from both ends, break points were few to come by through out the match and conversion was what really mattered. The 7th game saw some of the best tennis of the match with George first lobbying Andrey on approach for 30-40 and then converting the first breakpoint with a precisely placed BH passing shot. Nice clean tennis with quite a bit of running from both sides."  -- Andrey
Rupert Coltart bt George Olu (Feb 20) 6-0, 6-2
Reveal CommentAndrey Yakunin bt Advait Kapadia (Feb 13) 6-3, 6-2

Player Comments:

  • "Advait started strong keeping his serves and immediately securing a break on Andrey's 2DF. Andrey broke back in the 5 game of the set and went on to secure his hold of set 1. The 2nd set was started on a more cautious side by both players, and was producing some quality tennis and long rallies. At 30-0 in the 5th game Advait served a solid diagonal and immediately developed the pressure with a nice top spin FH cross right in the corner; Andrey reached the ball at full stretch out with a well placed drop shot to the advantage quarter; a dashing approach to the net a well placed BH short cross secured the winner for Advit in what was the best point of the match. However, a break from 40-0 followed, and there was no further change of tide."  -- Andrey
Reveal CommentAndrey Yakunin bt Paulo Weiler (Feb 13) 6-2, 6-3

Player Comments:

  • "The match tightened up in the 5th game of the 2nd set, when Paulo broke back to level the set at 3-3. Further developing his offensive to secure a 30-0 lead on his serve, two important and long points were played with deep crosses both FH and BH from both sides with Paulo first executing a classic FH down the line and Andrey catching another passing shot, but this time on the BH, to bring the game to 40-15. An unfortunate chain of 3 consequtive UE let Andrey take another break for 4-3, placing him nicely to finish the match in the two subsequent games. A good match, with both sides commanding enough speed and reaction to recover safely most of the drop shot attempts."  -- Andrey

Current Rankings:

  1. Marco Barattini Pascucci [W1] 2
  2. Francesco Marcucci [W1] 2
  3. Haroon Hemat [W1] 2
  4. Adam Harte [L1]
  5. Cameron Brooks 9.2 [L1]
  6. Fil Pollara [L1]
  7. Sara Evans 7.2
  8. Virginia Geffroy

Match Results:

Francesco Marcucci bt Fil Pollara (Feb 20) 7-5, 6-4
Reveal CommentHaroon Hemat bt Cameron Brooks (Feb 19) 7-5, 6-4

Player Comments:

  • "It was a close match with some great rallies. Well played Cameron."  -- Haroon
Reveal CommentMarco Barattini Pascucci bt Adam Harte (Feb 19) 6-3, 6-0

Player Comments:

  • "At the first set, I went ahead 5-0 and then Adam came back 5-3. I ended to win the set 6-3. The second set was quite straight, I won 6-0. Adam is a really good player and a I am sure he will do well in the next matches."  -- Marco

Current Rankings:

  1. Farid Chehraz 10.1 [UF1] 1
  2. Laurent Victorin [UF1]
  3. Allan Herron
  4. Clive Daykin
  5. Des Glass
  6. John Stephenson
  7. Jonathan Mizzi
  8. Vincent Craignou 10.1

Match Results:

Laurent Victorin v Farid Chehraz (Feb 19) 4-6 TBC

Current Rankings:

  1. Victor Yakunin [W2] 4
  2. Paolo Ziggiotti [W1, L1] 2
  3. Alfonso Marone [L1]
  4. Pierre Anderson 10.1 [L1]
  5. Adela Carbolova
  6. Andres Sanchez
  7. Lachezar Stoitsov 9.1
  8. Stephen Carter 8.2

Match Results:

Victor Yakunin bt Alfonso Marone (Feb 20) 6-1, 6-1
Paolo Ziggiotti bt Pierre Anderson (Feb 15) 6-1, 6-0
Reveal CommentVictor Yakunin bt Paolo Ziggiotti (Feb 10) 6-2, 6-2

Player Comments:

  • " Paolo played a good match. He expertly defended, which compelled me to play more aggressive and make a lot of unforced errors. He, in turn, had very few errors to account for. The match was quite competitive and fun. Paolo is a great opponent to play and to socialise with. "  -- Victor

Current Rankings:

  1. Matteo Magherini [W1] 2
  2. Andrea Lucchetta 10.2 [L1]
  3. Abdul Elmi 10.2
  4. Chris Mellor 10.1
  5. Daniel Walton 10.2
  6. Martina Skripova 10.2

Match Results:

Matteo Magherini bt Andrea Lucchetta (Feb 18) 6-2, 6-0


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The results listed here include the current and previous rounds for Westway. 

Scoring Information:
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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