THE OXFORD TENNIS LEAGUE
PLAY THREE MATCHES BEFORE THE MIDWAY POINT AND WIN A FREE TUBE OF TENNIS BALLS. SUITABLE FOR ALL STANDARD OF PLAYER, FROM BEGINNER TO EXPERT!
Welcome to the Oxford Tennis League. Matches can be played on any suitable court in the Oxford area!
The league is open to all adult players in Oxford (over 18s). You don't have to be a member of any club, and you may play your match on any court that suits both parties. See the courts and booking page for suggestions of where to play.
The league is designed to offer an easy structure to play competitive matches at a time that suits you.
How to start playing
New members are welcome to join at any point, but you will need to wait until the start of the next round before you can begin playing. There are four rounds a year of singles, so you shouldn't have to wait long.
This is a mixed singles league, (with mixed doubles also offered, subject to demand).
- It’s divided into groups of about 6 players of a similar standard. Everyone in their group plays everyone else on one of the courts listed on the courts page.
- Matches are the best of three tie break sets (allow 2 hours per match)
- It’s up to everyone to arrange their own matches. You get one point for every set you win.
- At the end of the round, the top one or two players go up to the next group, and the bottom one or two go down.
- You get a FREE can of balls and two bonus points if you complete three matches by the half way point.
- WINNERS of each group WIN £20 and one of our mighty fine certificates.
- The entry fee for the Oxford Tennis League is just £12
What's not to like? Why not give it a go! A new round starts in the Spring
Ready to get playing? Just go to the Join Now page.
Why not book your place and...
New rounds begin four times a year. See calendar on left for the start date of the next round. The closing date is the Friday before a round starts.
For more information see the links on the site or email firstname.lastname@example.org or why not...
For information on the courts click the map below