Annual Tennis Tournament 2022

Adult Tennis

Tournament 2022 Draws 


Hi Tournament Entrants!!!!
It's finally come around... It's tournament 2022 time!!!
Start date is Monday 2nd May and goes through to finals day on Saturday 25th June 2022.
Please click below for the draws for each event.


Remember the plate events if you lose in the 1st round... So you will get more matches in!
Also, if you were looking for a partner we have tried to partner you up as best we can with even number of entries. Apologies if it has not been possible.
Mens Open Singles (With Plate Event for 1st round losers)
Mens Open Doubles (ATP Style Round Robin)
Mens Open Doubles Plate (Matches straight away)
Mens Vets Doubles (over 50)
Ladies Open Singles 
Ladies Open Doubles 
Ladies Vets Doubles (over 50)
Mixed Open Doubles (With Plate Event for 1st round losers)
Mixed Vets Doubles (over 50)
John Scrivener Cup (over 65) (To be drawn this week and emailed out)
Please adhere to the deadlines, which are stated in the online draws or as below....
To view the draws and keep up with tournament details online then click on the link below.
Any queries will be subject to approval of the tournament committee. 
(Will Edge/Brian Love/Paul Daniels/Juliette Lister)
We appreciate you all having busy lives and the tournament is a little bit tighter on time!! If you have entered a few events please be even more organised!
Please email results to Brian on
Or text 07712 557076
There will be no paper draw sheets, only online draws.
1. Courts may be booked using the online booking system.
2. All matches should be the best of 3 sets with a tie break in each set. If being played under floodlights, the limited time means that a championship tie-break to 10 points should be played for the final set. This should be agreed before the match starts. John Scrivener Trophy may also play championship tie break 3rd set.
3. Players should provide new balls for every match. All rounds of matches must be played by the dates specified. 
4. All players must be available on finals day otherwise they have to forfeit the match on match point at semi final stage.
5. All matches should be played between 8am & 930pm to avoid disturbing the neighbours sleeping habits.
6. If a player in a doubles team pulls out, a replacement is possible as long as the pair have not yet played a match, and as long as the replacement is of no better a standard than the injured player. This will be decided by the Tournament Committee if there are any doubts.
7. Any issues arising during the Tournament should be addressed to the Tournament Committee and the decision of the Committee will be final.
If you would like to keep up with tournament details online then click on the link below.
Have a great tournament, enjoy the atmosphere and learn something from every match!!
Tournament Committee
(Will Edge/Brian Love/Paul Daniels/Juliette Lister)