John Lloyd’s sizzling visit

Saturday 29 June, 2019

On the hottest day of the year so far, when the temperature reached over 30 degrees in the shade, John Lloyd visited the Woodfield Grove Tennis Club to conduct a clinic for a dozen or so team members, who sizzled as they were put through their paces, focusing particularly on volleying skills.

“You can’t volley properly without moving your feet,” Lloyd said. “Happy feet! You need happy feet to make room for the ball.

“And don’t swing! Way too many of you are swinging at your volleys. You don’t have time. Block the ball back with a firm wrist and use your feet!”

With teaching pros Lucia Sariscanova and Josue Madera Valles on hand to feed balls to start the taxing drills, the squad were soon finding their feet and a noticeable improvement in volleying became apparent.

John Lloyd is a former pro player who reached an ATP world ranking of 21 in 1978, was ranked British No 1 in 1984 and 1985, and served as Britain’s Davis Cup Captain from 2006 until 2010.

He was a finalist at the Australian Open in 1977 and won three Grand Slam mixed doubles titles partnering Australia’s Wendy Turnbull, beginning with the French Open mixed doubles in 1982.

The pair finished runners-up in the mixed doubles at Wimbledon that year, and then went on to win the Wimbledon mixed doubles crown in both 1983 and 1984.

He is now a renowned television commentator and is a member of the BBC’s broadcasting team at the coming Championships at Wimbledon.

Lloyd’s skills were on show on Saturday as he volleyed with deceptive ease, cajoled, encouraged and bullied progress in everyone, taking individuals aside to give personalised advice from time to time.

The pace of play in the drills was amazing and, with two courts in action, the groups were in constant motion.

After a couple of hours, it was all over and everyone came off court, sweaty and red from the sun, tired but happy, having each learned something that will undoubtedly improve their games over the coming weeks and months.

“That’s a good bunch, there,” observed John. “It was good they were all of similar standards so we could really get into it. Often in clinics you get such a differential in standards that it becomes quite difficult, but this was really good. 

“We concentrated on volleying because it is such an important element of doubles play, particularly for club matches.”

As everyone took refreshment, John settled into a lively talk about all things tennis, answering questions, giving his opinion on current controversies and offering insights into the rigours of television commentary.

“It was a great event,” said Jon Elwes, Woodfield Grove’s newly elected Chairman. “We were delighted to have John here for the second time, and hope we can persuade him to come back again at a later date because we were all learning such a lot.”

Everyone enjoyed a delicious lunch, with proceedings eventually breaking up around 3pm.

John, who was a friend of Maria Bueno’s, was touched by her portrait now hanging in the clubhouse: “That is so good,” he said. “I know she is missed terribly and it’s so good to see the club honours her.”

Maria was very fond of the club and was an honorary member there.

It was a place where she could play and relax without any pressure and many members got a unique opportunity to get to know this very great champion.

When Maria died in São Paulo on Friday 8 June, 2018, members were shocked and saddened to lose one of their own.

The committee decided to commission a portrait to grace the clubhouse in her memory, and to name the balcony that she opened in the autumn of 2013, the Bueno Balcony.

Luis Morris, an artist who specialised in the portrayal of tennis players and had gained commissions from the Lawn Tennis Association and the All England Club at Wimbledon, was asked to paint the oil portrait, which was completed on 5 December, 2018, and hung on the wall in time for the Christmas Party.

A member of the Royal Institute of Oil Painters who has exhibited widely at galleries, fairs and institutions, Morris won the prestigious BP award at the National Portrait Gallery, London in 2007.

The portrait of Maria Bueno is one of his finest works and captures her character and humour perfectly.

On 9 May, 2019, the plaque commemorating the Bueno Balcony for posterity was installed upstairs.

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All set for the Winter Mixed Handicap Tournament

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Members at Woodfield Grove Tennis Club are coming out of hibernation for the Winter Mixed Handicap Tournament, the draw for which took place on 7 February.

This year’s tournament takes the form of two round robin groups, the winners from which will contest for the silverware on Saturday 27 April.

With five teams in each group, there will be four matches apiece to complete over the coming weeks to determine the group winners, plenty to get the competitive juices flowing again.

The second placed pairs will also play on Finals Day, for Consolation prizes.

This is just one of several competitions run at the club over the year, including a Summer Tournament, the Ris Team Cup, regular American Tournaments and online tennis ladders for singles and doubles.

The club also fields teams in the LTA Team Tennis, Surrey Leagues and Surrey Knockout competitions so there is plenty of scope for players with a competitive edge to them.

Our excellent coaching team can help to fine-tune your game or, if you are new to the sport, get you up and running through a series of programmes designed to help players of all ages and abilities.

As spring approaches, it is time to think about getting out on the tennis court and Woodfield Grove Tennis Club is a great place to do just that.

To look around, please get in touch using our Contact Form on the website, and we will get back to you pronto quick!

Maria Bueno, Honorary Member, dies in São Paulo

Maria Esther Bueno was very dear to Woodfield Grove Tennis Club, having been an Honorary Member here for more than 20 years.

Her death on Friday 8 June in her home town of São Paulo was a shock to club members as well as around the wider tennis world because few knew she was fighting cancer, a battle Maria finally lost at the age 78.

Tributes poured in, reflecting how this great champion was revered, and she will be greatly missed, particularly at our club, which she loved to visit and play at.

Last Saturday, Maria’s body lay in the Oval Office of the Government House of São Paulo where public mourners paid their respects ahead of the funeral and burial in a private ceremony.

Three days of mourning were declared by the Governor of the State of São Paulo, and she received tributes from, amongst many others, the President of Brazil, the Olympic Committee, Tennis Confederations, clubs and many, many friends from all over the world.

French Open organisers paid tribute to Maria with a minute’s applause ahead of the women’s singles final at Roland Garros last Sunday, and she was honoured on the big screen of the Ernst Happel Stadium in Vienna at the start of the Brazil v Austria friendly ahead of the World Cup on Monday.

A Memorial Mass was held at the church she attended every week in São Paolo on Friday 15 June, attended by the Chairman of the All England Lawn Tennis Club, Philip Brook as well as family, friends and dignitaries.

Maria was South America’s most successful tennis player, having won 19 major titles, including three Wimbledon singles titles and four US championships, and she dominated the game during the late 1950s and 1960s.

She surely would have won much more had her career not been marred by illness and injuries, bedridden for eight months by hepatitis in 1961 and overcoming knee surgery in 1965, coming back strongly from both.

The upshot was that she never made it fully into the Open era and is often forgotten as the star who helped usher in the modern women’s game.

Billie Jean King led tributes tweeting: “Maria was a big star who caught the interest of the fans at a time when the men took centre stage. She helped lay the groundwork for what was to come. She deserves to be recognised.

“I always looked forward to seeing Maria at Wimbledon and some of the other major tournaments. She was the first superstar of South America and she was revered there.

“She was a huge influence on my career, and for many players from my generation, she was the one we all looked up to. I had the privilege of winning a Wimbledon doubles title with her in 1965.

“She was very elegant on court – the way she looked and especially the way she played. She had fans all over the world and will be missed.”

Virginia Wade wrote: “I have so many deep remembrances of her, especially as she was my hero when I was growing up and still in South Africa.

“Then when I saw her in person at Wimbledon when I was just 16, with that exquisite beauty on the court, she was quite breathtaking. The way she glided around the court with such elegance and hit the ball was mesmerising.

“Despite the fact that she was a mega hero in her era, it is so ridiculous that her effect on the game has not been recognised to the extent it should, in today’s world of tennis.

“Maybe my only regret was that in the three times I played her, I couldn’t get near to beating her!  But when she had been part of the 1977 Wimbledon parade of champions on the Centre Court, and I bumped into her at Queens later that day, and said how great the parade was, she said to me that I would be in the next one.

“I can tell you that comment certainly gave me a boost of confidence!”

That very same Championships, Virginia won the women’s singles title in front of HM The Queen and Maria.

Bueno was adored in Brazil, honoured with a postage stamp, statues, a mural and the Olympic tennis stadium named after her.  She also received all the top national and state awards and medals.

Ranked No 1 in the world in 1959, 1960, 1964 and 1966 Maria the first non-American woman to win Wimbledon and the US Open in the same season.

Memorably, Maria returned to play on Centre Court at Wimbledon in 1976, winning through to the quarter-finals, and then retired in 1977 to become an ambassador for the sport she loved and forging a second career as a television commentator, adding to her celebrity status both in her home country and around the world. 

Maria loved spending months in London every year, and the informality of the clubs at which she played, especially Woodfield Grove where she enjoyed being ‘just one of the members’.

“As a legend in our sport she honoured us by presenting the prizes at Finals Day on many occasions and enjoyed playing at the club,” said Peter Risdon, Woodfield Grove’s Chairman and a close friend of Maria’s.

“Those of you who met her will know what a warm and friendly person she was and a joy to spend time with.

“She was a very special lady, a champion both on and off the court.

“The memories of the happy times we spent with her will always remain with us.”

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Lucia wins LTA Grade 4 singles title at Magdalen Park

Lucia Sariscanova wins the women's open singles title at Magdalen Park
Lucia Sariscanova wins the women’s open singles title at Magdalen Park

Congratulations to Lucia for winning the LTA Grade 4 Singles title at the Magdalen Park Senior Open Tournament over the May bank holiday weekend, and pocketing the £100 first prize with the loss of just 3 games for her efforts.

Lucia Sariscanova, 29, who is from Slovakia and a tennis coach and the junior coordinator at Woodfield Grove Tennis Club, is no stranger to competition, having competed on the WTA Tour in 2006 and now making a return to singles match play.

She had little trouble in her opening round on Saturday, dispatching Matilde Richou without the loss of a game in just 42 minutes on court 1.

Her next opponent of the day, Laura Mulders, took two and a quarter hours to overcome the second seed, Daisy Stevens, 4-6 6-4 6-4, earlier in the afternoon, and had little left for the semi-final played that evening.

It took Lucia 59 minutes to dispatch the Magdalen Park member in straight sets on court 7, 6-1 6-1, to secure her place in the final against the top-seeded Tsvetomira Arsenova from Bulgaria, rated 3.1, the following day.

Under a blazing hot noonday sun on Sunday, Lucia got off to a great start in the final, winning her opening game and then immediately breaking her opponent’s serve.

She kept the pressure on, helped by her young opponent’s nervousness and hitting to a good length, striking several great winners off her backhand in the process to secure the first set with relative ease. 

Arsenova began the second looking somewhat stronger, but Lucia won her opening serve and, once again, broke immediately to go up 2-0.

Although the Bulgarian won the next game, it proved to be of small comfort because, despite playing better and enduring some testing rallies, Lucia’s accuracy and few unforced errors made the result inevitable and she clinched the title in just 55 minutes, 6-0 6-1, cheered on by an impressive delegation of Woodfield Grove members on the sidelines.

The lack of silverware was, perhaps, disappointing but Lucia’s performance was majestic and she was certainly happy with the cheque.

In fact, her appearance on court at Magdalen Park had lasted a little over two and a half hours to complete her three matches, signalling that she is not only honing her singles skills again but is well on the way now to raising her LTA rating.

Millennium Cup slated for April start

Why not join us?

The draw has been done, the websites updated, and the captains are now gathering their players in preparation for this year’s Millennium Cup campaign, which starts in April.

The Millennium Cup is a local team competition involving the five tennis clubs of Streatham and provides friendly competition across all age groups over the summer for players who do not ordinarily compete in the Tennis Surrey leagues.

For Woodfield Grove Tennis Club’s captain, it is time to create a Millennium Cup Squad from among club members, out of which the team will be picked for the league ties on the following dates:

  • Sunday 8 April, from 10.00am: WGTC (Away) v Telford Park LTC
  • Sunday 29 April, from 10.00am: WGTC (Home)  v Grafton T&SC
  • Sunday 20 May, from 10.00am: WGTC (Away) v Wigmore LTC
  • Sunday 10 June, from 10.00am: WGTC (Home) v Norbury LTC

Also planned are a couple of practice sessions ahead the ties to determine the best combinations of players for the various disciplines involved – singles, doubles and mixed.

It is a perfect opportunity to introduce new members into match play in a friendly environment.

Woodfield Grove is renowned for hosting excellent home Millennium Cup ties, with a barbecue running alongside and the bar open for business throughout the day.

Anyone interested in participating should come down to visit the club and sign up as a new member.

The two top finishers of the league stage of the competition will contest the Millennium Cup Final which, for the first time in 18 years, will move from its traditional September date to the weekend of 30 June/1 July.

For more details on the competition, visit


Gearing up for the summer

Gearing up for the summer
Woodfield Grove Tennis Club gearing up for the summer

Woodfield Grove Tennis Club is gearing up for a great year of playing tennis!

The Winter Mixed Handicap Tournament is being played as a round robin event this year, with two groups of four pairs vying to be top finishers and a place in the final due to be held on Saturday 21 April.

Our teams are nearing the completion of their matches in the Surrey Winter League with varying degrees of success and in the full knowledge that soon they will be playing the summer league in, hopefully, much more benign conditions.

Summer beckons also with the lure of the Club tournament, which brings playing members together in all five disciplines of singles, doubles and mixed, with the finals to be played on Saturday 23 June.

Meanwhile, members will have the chance to socialise alongside both finals days and a Bingo Nite on Saturday 24 March, as well as simply hanging out with friends after a game enjoying a drink or two from the bar.

As members, these are dates for the diary.

The club is planning an Open Day in conjunction with the Great British Tennis Weekend on Sunday 13 May, offering locals a chance to come down to view the facilities, try the courts and meet our coaches and committee members.

For those looking for a great club to join, check us out at Woodfield Grove > Click HERE < and start gearing up for your summer!

Peter Risdon honoured by Tennis Surrey

Peter Risdon with the Tennis Surrey Meritorious Award decanter
Peter Risdon with the Tennis Surrey Meritorious Award decanter

The Chairman of Woodfield Grove, Peter Risdon, was honoured on Club Finals Day, Saturday 24 June, when he was presented with the prestigious Tennis Surrey Meritorious Award by the county’s Honorary Chairman, David Cianfarani.

It was a great surprise for Peter, who had no inkling that arrangements were being made to include members of his family and close friends as well as club members to be present for the occasion.

Mr Cianfarani slipped quietly into the club during the afternoon on the pretext of ‘just passing by’, and was joined by Peter’s brother, Michael, from Ireland, and his cousin Dianne and her son, Daniel, to help spring the surprise.

The Tennis Surrey Meritorious Award decanter

At 4pm precisely Champagne was served and Peter, lured from his post behind the bar, was presented with a magnificent glass decanter by David, who said: “Peter is the 21st recipient of this special award that recognises the selfless contribution that he has made to Woodfield Grove Tennis Club since he was a child.

“He has served as Chairman for over 30 years, represented the club countless times on the court, won 37 titles and had the centre court named in his honour.

David Cianfarani, Honorary Chairman, Tennis Surrey

“That isn’t enough, though, to recognise your great contribution, and it gives me great pleasure to present the Tennis Surrey Meritorious Award to you on this very special day.”

For once, the Chairman was caught by surprise and found himself at a loss for words beyond ‘Thank you!’ – a secret well kept and and an honour thoroughly well deserved.

A former stockbroker and director of BZW UK Equities Limited, Peter has been involved with tennis for most of his life as a player, umpire and volunteer club official.

He took a two-year break from the City to manage Lew Hoad’s Campo de Tenis in Spain and opted for early retirement in 1997, concentrating his efforts on Celebrity Tennis, a consultancy he was the driving force behind forming in 1997, and Woodfield Grove Tennis Club, where he continues to serve as Chairman.

The Honorary Chairmen’s Role of Honour board at Woodfield Grove Tennis Club

In fact, he is by far the club’s longest serving Chairman of the club and is currently in his 34th year of office, having just been re-elected for 2017-18.

He has been a member of Woodfield Grove Tennis Club since a child, and is its staunchest supporter. He has also acted as both men’s captain and treasurer.

On the playing front, he was an integral part of Woodfield Grove’s ‘golden era’ in the 1970s when the club fielded several teams in county competitions and played some 31 friendly matches throughout the year with local clubs.

In 1975, Peter, together with fellow-member Gordon Blair, reached the finals of the Greater London Parks Doubles Championships and the pair also reached the finals for the Surrey Doubles, twice.

The Peter Risdon Centre Court plaque presented by Maria Esther Bueno on behalf of the club.
The Peter Risdon Centre Court plaque presented by Maria Esther Bueno on behalf of the club.

In July 2005 the main tennis court at the club, Court 2, was named after him and a plaque presented by Honorary Member Maria Esther Bueno marked the occasion.

In 2014 Peter was further honoured by the club in celebration of fifty years since his first win there, after which he captured a total of 37 titles to date,  and the members presented a silver trophy to him to be used for a new event and, as a result, the Ris Team Cup was born with the inaugural competition held in 2015.

Over the years, in the club tournament, Peter has won 10 singles, 15 doubles and 13 mixed doubles titles to date.

Honorary Member Maria Esther Bueno presents the Peter Risdon perpetual cup to the Chairman
Honorary Member Maria Esther Bueno presents the Peter Risdon perpetual cup to the Chairman

The Ris Team Cup was a fitting tribute to one of the club’s most successful players and its most committed volunteer, who has now been formally recognised by Tennis Surrey for all the work he has done to make Woodfield Grove such a successful club.

Thanks is owed to Claire Lean, the club Secretary, for orchestrating all the top secret arrangements and to those very few who did know, for keeping it such a surprise!

Recipients of the Tennis Surrey Meritorious Award:

  • 2017 Peter Risdon (Woodfield Grove)
  • 2016 Denise Woods (West Surrey)
  • 2015 Margaret Clifford (Merrow), Kay Crooks (Wilton)
  • 2014 Martin Hooff (Purley)
  • 2013 Eric Rosier (Selsdon), David Garrett (Sutton Churches), Jenny Baird (Ember)
  • 2012 Nell Wells (Magdalen Park), Jenny Ritchie (Old College), Warwick Webb (Downswood), Mike and Valerie Padfield (Alfold), Mary Lane (Banstead Downs)
  • 2011 Bill Cowan (Purley Sports)
  • 2010 Sue Rothwell (New Malden), Michael Pinnegar (Reigate)
  • 2009 Julia Godman (Woking), David Coyte (Walton)
  • 2008 Peter Lane (Banstead Downs)

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WGTC opens new season with a win

A Millennium Cup win over Telford –

There’s a breath of fresh air sweeping over Woodfield Grove as the new tennis season begins with a win.

Last weekend the club’s Millennium Cup team scored a fine win over Telford Park, bringing to an end the recent drought of success in the friendly local competition.

It puts us top of the leaderboard with Grafton, at least for openers. A full report will follow…

The Millennium Cup involves the five clubs of Streatham in a league competition that provides friendly competition across all age groups.

It’s a chance for players to gain a taste for match play in a friendly environment and a good social event as food and drinks are served alongside.

Best of all is that the top players in the club are excluded to make for an even-playing field and because they get to play plenty of matches anyway in the Surrey leagues!

We field 7 teams in the Wilson Surrey Tennis competitions over the summer and winter months, in both leagues and knockouts.

There are three men’s teams, two ladies’ and two mixed teams, as well as other competitions in the summer aimed at those looking to improve their match skills.

For the first time, in 2017, the club has entered a men’s team into the Aegon Team Championships, the national club competition and play kicks off in that on Sunday 23 April when Woodfield Grove plays Riddlesdown at home.

Our new membership season begins on 1 May when subscriptions are renewed and we welcome new players to the club.

Why not come down and have a look, maybe even join us?

A New Year to play more…

Make it your’s to play more…

With the seasonal festivities over, our thoughts inevitably turn to losing weight, getting fit and leading a healthier lifestyle – in short, to play more!

What better way than to get out onto the tennis court at Woodfield Grove and start playing on a regular basis?

We are a small, friendly club with four floodlit courts and a modern, comfortable clubhouse offering a bar, kitchen, lounge, Sky TV and WiFi.

It’s a pleasant place to be.

And 2017 offers plenty of opportunities for players of all standards at Woodfield, which is located just a hop, skip and a jump from Streatham Hill in south London.

Tennis XPress for Beginners

If you are an adult beginner, there is Tennis XPress, a great six-week course that gets you playing quickly – our coaching team can tell you all about it and sign you up for the next one > Click HERE.

Tennis XPress sessions are run in the evenings for an hour and a half, a great way to unwind after work!

Better still, if you decide to join the club after your Tennis XPress course, we will give you a 15% discount on your subscription… that has to be a great deal.

Headed by Karin Govan, our Head Coach, a team of four teaching professionals offers a comprehensive coaching programme for all ages and standards. Check out the Coaching Page for more details.

Match Play

Members shortly will be signing up for the Winter Mixed Doubles Handicap Tournament that is played over the first three months of the year.

This is for the hardy, those who are prepared to endure some quite adverse weather conditions and a scoring system that levels the playing field, but is all great fun and helps introduce members to each other since partners are drawn out of a hat!

Then there is the Ris Team Cup, our one-day team competition that is played using a quick-fire, fast format of scoring that keeps players on their toes and counting every game won.

Everyone comes together afterwards for a barbecue and a few drinks from the bar.

A firm favourite among those new to match play or who are not of a standard to play for the club teams in the Surrey Leagues, is the Millennium Cup – a friendly local inter-club team competition that is played out over the summer months.

The Club fields seven teams in the Surrey Summer Leagues and five in the winter, as well as competing in the knock-out competitions.

All in all, Woodfield Grove could well become your port of call for a fitter, happier and healthier 2017!

Come on in, the courts are lovely!


Winter match play nearly complete, Summer Leagues coming up…

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First Team Ladies – Mercedes, Lenka, Nina and Michele

Woodfield Grove’s Ladies 1st Team were pipped at the post in the Winter Women’s Doubles 2 / Division 9 East by Purley Bury Women’s 1, and it couldn’t have been much closer.

Both teams won 8 points over the 5 ties played, scoring 15 won – 5 lost in rubbers, so it came down to overall sets won – 34-5 to PB and 30-14 to WGTC.

The two teams played for the second time in a week at Woodfield Grove when the visitors won by just one set and relegatied WGTC into second place in the division.

This followed their disappointment at finishing runners-up to them in the knock-out final a week earlier at Purley Bury.

Congratulations to Lenka and Michele for playing 10 matches and winning them all over this winter campaign!

The men’s second team head their division 16 East, scoring 7 points from 4 ties played but have yet to play Norbury Park 3.

The men’s first team played all five of their winter league matches, finishing third in their division 10 East (MD 2) with a 7-10 rubber ratio; while the men’s third team earned 3 points from their five matches to end fifth in Division 25 East.

Everyone is now looking forward to the Wilson Summer League, which starts on the 1st May.

Wilson Surrey Summer League 2016
Sun 01/05/2016Men's Doubles - Div 09 EastCheam Fields ClubWoodfield Grove Men's 1
Sun 01/05/2016Men's Doubles - Div 18 EastWoodfield Grove Men's 2Wigmore Men's V
Sun 01/05/2016Men's Doubles - Div 23 EastWoodfield Grove Men's 3Honor Oak Men's1
Mon 09/05/2016Mixed Doubles - Div 03Magdalen Park 2Woodfield Grove Mixed 1
Mon 09/05/2016Mixed Doubles - Div 06 EastSouth Croydon Mixed 2Woodfield Grove Mixed 2
Sun 15/05/2016Women's Doubles - Div 10 EastLimpsfield Women's 3Woodfield Grove Ladies 1
Sun 15/05/2016Women's Doubles - Div 21Dorking Ladies 2Woodfield Grove Ladies 2
Sun 22/05/2016Men's Doubles - Div 09 EastWoodfield Grove Men's 1Old College Mens 3
Sun 22/05/2016Men's Doubles - Div 18 EastTelford Park Men's 3Woodfield Grove Men's 2
Sun 22/05/2016Men's Doubles - Div 23 EastWoodfield Grove Men's 3Dulwich 6
Mon 06/06/2016Mixed Doubles - Div 03Banstead Downs 2Woodfield Grove Mixed 1
Mon 06/06/2016Mixed Doubles - Div 06 EastWoodfield Grove Mixed 2Shirley Park Mixed 2
Sun 12/06/2016Women's Doubles - Div 10 EastWoodfield Grove Ladies 1Downs Ladies 1
Sun 12/06/2016Women's Doubles - Div 21Woodfield Grove Ladies 2Epsom Women's 4
Mon 04/07/2016Mixed Doubles - Div 03Woodfield Grove Mixed 1Wilton 1
Mon 04/07/2016Mixed Doubles - Div 06 EastReedham Park mixed doubles 1Woodfield Grove Mixed 2
Sun 10/07/2016Men's Doubles - Div 09 EastCarshalton Men's 1Woodfield Grove Men's 1
Sun 10/07/2016Men's Doubles - Div 18 EastWoodfield Grove Men's 2Grafton Mens 3
Sun 10/07/2016Men's Doubles - Div 23 EastRaynes Park Res. Mens 2Woodfield Grove Men's 3
Sun 17/07/2016Women's Doubles - Div 10 EastShirley Park Ladies 2Woodfield Grove Ladies 1
Sun 17/07/2016Women's Doubles - Div 21DL Cheam Women's 1Woodfield Grove Ladies 2
Mon 01/08/2016Mixed Doubles - Div 03Banstead Downs 1Woodfield Grove Mixed 1
Mon 01/08/2016Mixed Doubles - Div 06 EastWoodfield Grove Mixed 2Camber Mixed 2
Sun 07/08/2016Men's Doubles - Div 09 EastDormansland Mens 2Woodfield Grove Men's 1
Sun 07/08/2016Men's Doubles - Div 18 EastDulwich 4Woodfield Grove Men's 2
Sun 07/08/2016Men's Doubles - Div 23 EastSpencer5Woodfield Grove Men's 3
Sun 14/08/2016Women's Doubles - Div 10 EastWoodfield Grove Ladies 1Wigmore Ladies II
Sun 14/08/2016Women's Doubles - Div 21Old College Ladies 6Woodfield Grove Ladies 2
Sun 04/09/2016Men's Doubles - Div 09 EastWoodfield Grove Men's 1Purley Bury Men's 2
Sun 04/09/2016Men's Doubles - Div 18 EastWoodfield Grove Men's 2Selsdon mens 1
Sun 04/09/2016Men's Doubles - Div 23 EastCASSAC 2Woodfield Grove Men's 3
Sun 11/09/2016Women's Doubles - Div 10 EastDulwich Ladies 3Woodfield Grove Ladies 1
Sun 11/09/2016Women's Doubles - Div 21Woodfield Grove Ladies 2Richmond Ladies 3
Mon 12/09/2016Mixed Doubles - Div 03Woodfield Grove Mixed 1Purley Mixed 2
Mon 12/09/2016Mixed Doubles - Div 06 EastNorbury Park Mixed 1Woodfield Grove Mixed 2

Good luck to them all!

For those not involved in the Surrey Leagues, they can look forward to the up-and-coming Millennium Cup campaign, which kicks off on Sunday 17 April when Woodfield Grove is away against Telford Park.

And then we have the Club Tournament to look forward to…

Time to dust off those rackets and get down to business.