NEW ADULTS FLEXI TENNIS LEAGUE WITH BIANNUAL PLAY-OFFS

Game, Set and Match!

The Wimbledon Park Singles Flexi League for Adults (18+) for Intermediate level players and all genders

I am pleased to introduce a new Tennis Singles competition at Wimbledon Park.

It’s open to all adults (18+).

The concept of this league allows you to join at any time, and play as much or as little as you want. You may also challenge any player in the league at any time.

Every 1st June and 1st October, the top 8 players at that time, are placed into a knockout play-off. The admin will seed each player based on their results against other players, in just that particular top 8 positions.

The Knockout draw will be displayed under the League Table, see example below. Players will have 2 weeks to play each match and the draw will be compass format so that players all play 3 matches.

The League will continue at all times within the calendar year so that everyone can carry on playing matches.

The overall winner of each knockout playoff, will receive:

Tennis T shirt, 1 dozen Premium Tennis Balls and a 1 hour private tennis lesson at Wimbledon Park.

Players MUST join a WhatsApp group for players just within this league. This is the best way for players to communicate and to get matches played.

Joining costs £5 per month or £49 annually

To join, connect to payment options below, then please email me your full name to notify me that you have joined to: paul@tennis4you.co.uk

Sign up for £5 Per Month

Sign up for annual membership at £49

To book courts at Wimbledon Park link: here

Tennis4you Adult Singles Flexible League 2022

 

Players receive:

1 point – for each match played

2 points – for playing a match and winning a set 

3 points – for playing and winning the match

If you are viewing the league table on your phone, please put it in landscape position to see the whole table.

Position
1
Player
Erika Baron
Played
5
Won
2
Lost
3
Points
10
Position
2
Player
Nicolas Meleg
Played
3
Won
2
Lost
1
Points
7
Position
3
Player
Zoe Johnson
Played
1
Won
2
Lost
Points
6
Position
4
Player
Pavlas Mac
Played
1
Won
1
Lost
1
Points
3
Position
5
Player
Baz Sastry
Played
1
Won
1
Lost
Points
3
Position
6
Player
Ciaran Flanagan
Played
1
Won
1
Lost
Points
3
Position
7
Player
David Ludlow
Played
1
Won
Lost
1
Points
2
Position
8
Player
Vishrut Talekar
Played
1
Won
Lost
1
Points
1
Position
9
Player
Steve Herbert
Played
1
Won
Lost
1
Points
1
Position
10
Player
David Kim
Played
1
Won
Lost
1
Points
1
Position
11
Player
James Ghent
Played
1
Won
Lost
1
Points
1
Position
12
Player
Julien Kervella
Played
Won
Lost
Points
Position
13
Player
Arun Kumar
Played
Won
Lost
Points
Position
14
Player
Marco Alfieri
Played
Won
Lost
Points
Position
15
Player
Omar Sheikh
Played
Won
Lost
Points
Position
16
Player
Peter Roberts
Played
Won
Lost
Points
Position
17
Player
Emily Barnes
Played
Won
Lost
Points
Position
18
Player
Myatmar Aung
Played
Won
Lost
Points
Position
19
Player
Samuel Fossat
Played
Won
Lost
Points
Position
20
Player
Josh Schaefer
Played
Won
Lost
Points

2022 League Results

 

22-1-22: Erika Barron bt Vishrutv Talekar 4-0 4-1 / 24-1-22: Wilkus Joubert bt Erica Barron 0-4 4-2 7-5 / 27-1-22: Alfred Wong bt Wilkus Joubert 6-1 6-2 / 16-2-22: Baz Sastry bt Erica Barron 4-1 4-0 / 20-2-22: Nicolas Meleg bt Simona Carli 6-2 6-2 / 26-2-22: Erica Barron bt Justyna Dollaway 6-3 6-3  / 2-3-22: Ciaran Flanagan bt David Ludlow 4-2 2-4 10-4 / 6-3-22: Nicolas Meleg bt Erika Barron 6-2 6-3 / 22-3-22: Alfred Wong bt Pavelas Mac / 1-4-22 Alfred Wong bt Nicolas Meleg 7-6(8-6) 6-4 / 28-4-22: Zoe Johnson bt Steve Herbert 4-0 4-1 4-0 / 1-5-22: Zoe Johnson bt David Kim 8-6 /

2022 June Knockout Results

Player A (1) v Player B (5)

Payer C (3) v Player D (8)

Player E (7) v Player F (4)

Player G (2) v Player H (6)

2022 October Knockout Results

Player A (1) v Player B (5)

Payer C (3) v Player D (8)

Player E (7) v Player F (4)

Player G (2) v Player H (6)

MATCH RULES

Enjoy your matches and be friendly and sporting please!

Match format, court booking and dealing with court time

For 1 hour court bookings we suggest a Faster Tennis Format which works as follows:

First to 2 sets wins

Sets are to 4 games

No Ad scoring all games go to sudden death with receiver choosing the side the server serves the deciding point from.

During set 1 or 2, at 3-3, tie-breaker played to 7 points, at 6-6 next point wins

At 1 set all a tiebreak to 7 should be played to decide the match and this must be won by 2 clear points.

This is the default playing format and court booking should be discussed and agreed by both players.

Longer format matches are allowed if both players agree and they can get a court for 2 or even more hours.

The players should equally split the court fees.

Player Safety

Safety is of great importance and we suggest that players check that the courts they have booked are safe to play.

If you feel that a court is unsafe please report to the company who manage them and if not known then report to us.

In the unlikely event that you have any safety concerns relating to your opponent, then you must report this to us through the contact section.

The Weather

If the weather is poor both players must agree if the match is to go ahead if they are outside.

Players must try and get matches played and not be put off by showers. If a player refuses to play in bad weather then the match must be rescheduled.

If a match is part way through it can be finished at another time from where the score was left, not restarted. 

For a great idea of the weather download the RainToday App. 

 

Tennis Balls

Players share cost of balls – I am able to supply Wilson US Open balls at £5 per 4 and any quantity can be bought. Organise ahead who brings and inform of cost.

Recommended pressurised balls: Wilson US Open, Head Tour, Dunlop Fort, Slazenger Open.

Many of these brands will produce cheaper ranges that are actually substandard and not great to play with, my advice is to avoid these.

Sportsmanship

All matches should be played in a good spirit with good sportsmanship at all times.
Please report any bad sportsmanship to us if you feel it is necessary.

Offenders of the rules will not be tolerated, and if any player persists in rule breaking after a warning from us, will most likely be excluded permanently from playing in competition.

Keeping the score

Both players should always keep the score. The server should call the score before each point starts.

Any disputes over the score, then the players must play from when they both recall the score.

Players must only call balls on their side of the net.

Calls can only be out, if a player is not sure then the ball counts as in.

Walkovers

Walkovers can be claimed by a player for the following reasons:

1) If their opponent retires during a match for any reason.
2) If their opponent does not turn up for a match for any reason.
3) If their opponent turns up more than 15 minutes late for their match.
4) If their opponent cancels the match with less than 24 hours notice.

Reporting Results

Players can enter results in the WhatsApp group where the admin will pick them up and enter them into the table promptly.

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