The Doubles Ladder is up and running alongside the Mixed Singles Ladder and both provide club members with an ideal opportunity to play others in friendly matches, especially now the evening are getting longer and there is a hint of spring in the air.
They both run under the same rules, are accessed online and are proving to be pretty competitive, especially in the lower regions of the singles rungs.
Ladies I reach Knockout Final
The Ladies 1st team is gearing itself up to play the final of the Surrey Ladies’ Grade B Team Knockout tournament held over the winter and will play away to Purley Bury 2 on Sunday 13 March at 11am.
Ironically, the two clubs will have to play again to determine which will win the Wilson Surrey Winter League and that match is scheduled for Sunday 20th March at home at 10:30am.
Whichever team wins the winter division in the league will have to play in Knock Out A next year so this will probably be both clubs’ last chance to play the final for a while!
WGTC Ladies I won at Shirley Park last Sunday, 3-1, and the division is up for grabs, depending on how PB did that same day as it all comes down to the wire.
The ladies will have to exercise some self control the night before their knockout final at the Quiz Nite on Saturday night if they are to have all their faculties fully operational.
The Winter Handicap Doubles Tournament is drawing slowly towards its conclusion in April with the matches now in the quarter finals.
On balance the handicapping has been fair, with just one glaring glitch to date.
The handicapping is done by committee and it really isn’t easy to accomplish so hats off for a well-balanced tournament on the whole.
The final is on Saturday 23 April at 2pm.
The Club’s Annual General Meeting is on Tuesday 15 March at 8pm and it is hoped many members, especially some of the new ones, will make an appearance since this is an opportunity to hear how the club is doing, what the future plans are and to learn members’ views on a variety of topics.
The following Saturday, 19 March, our coaching team is offering a range of free taster sessions for kids from 2pm and 5pm.
The first hour will cater for 5–7 year-olds, while 7-10s can try the game between 3pm-4pm and 10 year olds and over will take over the courts from 4pm until 5pm.
Feel free to bring along a new friend or two and enjoy the free lesson together!
Contact Karin Govan, our Head Pro on 07946 431 514 or email email@example.com to sign up for a guaranteed spot in the Free Taster Sessions.
After Easter a select few members will have the chance to Play the Coach on Saturday 9 April from 2pm to 3.30pm in what promises to be an exciting event to watch!
Perhaps the most exciting news is that our team is launching Tennis XPress at the club, which is designed for adults who have never played tennis before, or haven’t played in a long time.
It is an easy and fun way for adult beginners to get into the game and will start at the club on Thursday 16 April when we are offering non-members a 6-week Tennis XPress course from 8pm to 9pm for just £54 for the full course.
AND THEN, if you decide to join the club after your Tennis XPress course, we will give you a 15% discount on your subscription!
It’s a great deal!
Also on offer is Cardio Tennis which is running in six-week courses from Thursday 21 April from 9.30am-10.30am.
Again, please contact Karin on 07946 431 514 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up.
It is all happening at Woodfield Grove!