If you happen on to this underused website page in 2019, then I’m afraid our spiritual home and base for 14 years of summer camps is no longer ours and Walsall Tennis Club (Birmingham Road) will be houses in the not too distant future.

However the show must go on, I am very much a mobile tennis coach now, with a huge van full of tricks being utilised at many community venues across Walsall all year through

I’m in charge of all park tennis sites, and will be hosting camps (much differently in set up) this year, predominantly at the wonderful Walsall Arboretum where we have superbly maintained grass courts suitable for mini tennis and touchtennis (you tube it) as well as full size courts. There will also be two mini 2 day camps at Pelsall Village, both sites are set up to be safe and shade, first aid, toilets and equipment are arranged at both sites.

The camps are far cheaper this year, and reflect the challenges of changing venues and the need for early online bookings only, so snap up the bargains while you can in my 15th year of Summer Camps.

WEEKS 1, 3, 4 and 6 at Walsall Arboretum and WEEKS 2 and 5 at Pelsall Village can all be viewed in one place via the link provided below.


Limited spaces only so don’t delay and tell your friends too.

https://clubspark.lta.org.uk/OnTheEdgeTennis/Coaching/Camps

Thanks for your continued support while we continue to look for a permanent site for a new tennis club.

Clayton

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hi Tennis Ace Parents,

Well it’s that’s time of year again….. ‘what the eck are we going do with those kids for 6 whole weeks’?

Bring them to On The Edge Tennis Summer Camp 5-5-6 for expert coaching, training, games, skills and fun with fantastic care in a safe environment for your precious ones! This will be the 14th and last one at Birmingham Road after which the club will be vacating it’s premises (although we thought this was the case last year), so enjoy the beautiful club one last time!

5 hours A day…… 5 days A week…… 6 solid weeks of the school holidays!

We provide drinks and have both male and female coaches! We accept 4 years to 16, although we stress under 7′s come from 12-2pm unless advised otherwise. You can drop in and out and there are various flexible payment options and cracking deals below from as little as £2.50 per hour for siblings.

Be sure to read all categories so you don’t miss the best option for you and your children.

Camp runs from 12pm Midday starting on Monday 23rd July and finishes Friday 31st August at 5pm, other than 4-7 year olds you can come at any time for multiple hour slots, but we prefer you to come on the hour so we can plan each hours activity!

PAY DAILY (No discount for siblings)

1 hour £5

2 hours £10

3 hours £12

4 hours £15

All Day £18  Book 1 day here …  On The Edge Tennis: https://clubspark.lta.org.uk/OnTheEdgeTennis/BookClass/815e04a5-3d17-432b-9276-65039d127aa1

WEEKLY BOOKINGS (discount for 2nd sibling)

WEEK 1 223rd July to 27th July

WEEK 2 30th July to 3rd Aug

WEEK 3 6th Aug to 10th Aug

WEEK 4 13th Aug to 17th Aug

WEEK 5 20th Aug to 24th Aug

WEEK 6 27th Aug to 31st Aug

Book any of these full weeks out for the following prices:

4-7 years 12pm -2pm everyday £40 (10 hours) or 2 siblings £70 (20 hours)

8 years above 12pm -5pm everyday £75 (25 hours) or 2 siblings £130 (50 hours)

Please send cheque before your week starts to address below. Or send email to clayton@ontheedgetennis.co.uk to direct bank transfer.

FLEXIBLE LOYALTY CARDS (These are cheaper prepaid hours and can be cashed in at anytime that suits you throughout the 6 weeks)

25 Hours Loyalty card … £85 (not be shared by siblings)  BOOK NOW >>>

https://clubspark.lta.org.uk/OnTheEdgeTennis/BookCourse/43502c2f-01d7-49ab-b392-9676db09ab31

2 x 25hrs Loyalty cards…£125 (for siblings only, can be shared)  BOOK NOW >>>

https://clubspark.lta.org.uk/OnTheEdgeTennis/BookCourse/1f18768b-9daf-453c-b413-347204e322e0

Payment

Please pay for Loyalty cards (if you want to pre order, and collect on your 1st day) via paypal @clayton@ontheedgetennis.co.uk  or the links above and for Weekly Bookings.

Please attach covering note via email with your chosen week or loyalty card, child’s name, date of birth and any medical conditions, along with email and mobile numbers for parent or guardian.

Hope to see you on the courts this holiday and Sunshine has been ordered! Any Queries please call 07780 777774

Clayton

 

Hi Tennis Ace Parents,

Well it’s that’s time of year again….. ‘what the eck are we going do with those kids for 6 whole weeks’?

Bring them to On The Edge Tennis Summer Camp 5-5-6 for expert coaching, training, games, skills and fun with fantastic care in a safe environment for your precious ones!

5 hours A day…… 5 days A week…… 6 solid weeks of the school holidays!

We provide drinks and have both male and female coaches! We accept 4 years to 16, although we stress under 7′s come from 12-2pm unless advised otherwise. You can drop in and out and there are various flexible payment options and cracking deals below from as little as £2.40 per hour for siblings.

Be sure to read all categories so you don’t miss the best option for you and your children.

Camp runs from 12pm Midday starting on Monday 20th July and finishes Friday 28th August at 5pm, other than 4-7 year olds you can come at any time for multiple hour slots, but we prefer you to come on the hour so we can plan each hours activity!

PAY DAILY (No discount for siblings)

1 hour £5

2 hours £10

3 hours £12

4 hours £15

All Day £18

WEEKLY BOOKINGS (discount for 2nd sibling)

WEEK 1 25th July to 29th July

WEEK 2 1st Aug to 5th Aug

WEEK 3 8th Aug to 12th Aug

WEEK 4 15th Aug to 19th Aug

WEEK 5 22nd Aug to 26th Aug

WEEK 6 29th Aug to 2nd Sep

Book any of these full weeks out for the following prices:

4-7 years 12pm -2pm everyday £40 (10 hours) or 2 siblings £70 (20 hours)

8 years above 12pm -5pm everyday £75 (25 hours) or 2 siblings £130 (50 hours)

Please send cheque before your week starts to address below. Or send email to clayton@ontheedgetennis.co.uk to direct bank transfer.

FLEXIBLE LOYALTY CARDS (These are cheaper prepaid hours and can be cashed in at anytime that suits you throughout the 6 weeks)

25 Hours Loyalty card … £80 (not be shared by siblings)

2 x 25hrs Loyalty cards…£120 (for siblings only, can be shared

Payment

Please send cheques for Loyalty cards (if you want to pre order, and collect on your 1st day) and Weekly Bookings to

On The Edge Tennis, 38 Lichfield Road, Walsall Wood, Walsall, WS9 9NN. Cheques made payable to Mr C Edge.

Please attach covering note with your chosen week or loyalty card, child’s name, date of birth and any medical conditions, along with email and mobile numbers for parent or guardian.

Hope to see you on the courts this holiday and Sunshine has been ordered! Any Queries please call 07780 777774

 

Ross Fox became victorious in the first of four Winter Grand Slam handicap singles, on Sunday as players compete to earn ranking points and qualify for the ATP finals in March. The top 8 point scorers then go head to head in a knockout to see who can Win the Title, trophy and £60 prizemoney.  Watch how the tournament unfolded in the video link below

Aussie open tournament video

 

Time for anyone to enter as a maximum of 16 points up for grabs in next month’s French Open NOW on DECEMBER 13th 1pm.

 

SUNDAY    22ND NOVEMBER

OTET WINTER GRAND SLAM OF TENNIS HANDICAP SINGLES Starts    Relive Jacks VIDEO glory here >>  2015 ATP FINALS REVIEW VIDEO

AUSTRALIAN OPEN 1pm Start.   (Current holder D Richards)

JACK EVANS won the 3rd annual title and holds the shield off a even scratch handicap, but the defence starts here. Players are awarded either minus, even or plus handicaps for each match. Each match is first to 7 points, with players starting each one on their individual handicap appropriately picked by me. A knockout draw follows with best of 3 sets after initial group stage for the top 8 players.

There will be the following 4 GRAND SLAM TOURNAMENTS costing £8 to enter (or enter all 4 now for £28)

AUSTRALIAN OPEN 1PM Sunday November 22dd

FRENCH OPEN 1PM Sunday December 6th

WIMBLEDON 1PM Sunday January 10th

US OPEN 1PM Sunday February 7th

For Each Grand Slam the top 8 will receive RANKING POINTS as follows, Winner -16 2nd- 13 3rd- 10 4th-7 5th-5 6th-4 7th-3 8th-2 all other entrants will receive 1 point. Each Grand Slam will most likely consist of round robin matches then a knockout draw for top 8 on the day.

A RANKINGS Table will be kept over the 4 Grand Slam events and The TOP 8 point scorers will qualify for….

The ATP TOUR FINALS 1PM Sunday March 3RD

Quarters and semi’s best of 7 sets followed by the FINAL for £60 prize, best of 9 sets.

Each tournament will carry a small prize for winner and Certificates for Winners and Runners Up, obviously you don’t need to play every Grand Slam to Qualify for ATP finals, providing you get enough points from the events you do play! OK so this is for anyone, beginners, non-members or A team play.

Enter Australian now 07780 777774

 

SUNDAY  8TH NOVEMBER

GUY FAWKES… BANGERS AND SMASH MIXED DOUBLES TOURNAMENT.

1pm start £8 per person, partners will be drawn randomly on the day, then FREE POINTS awarded to handicap the better pairs, these FREE points are called BANGERS, shout BANGERS at any time to claim a free point or more if you have enough BANGERS left.  Prizes for the winners and runner’s up of the tournament. Sparklers for everyone too.

Bangers and Mash (with onion gravy of course)  will then be available to warm you up included in the entry fee, don’t worry GUYS, FAWKES will be provided too. Close competition promised with added tactical use of BANGERS could promise some fireworks in the final, all accompanied by some banging tunes.

10 entries so far, 6 spaces left.

 

Hi guys,

Well it’s that’s time of year again….. ‘what the eck are we going do with those kids for 6 weeks’?

Bring them to On The Edge Tennis Summer Camp 5-5-6 for expert coaching, training, games, skills and fun with fantastic care in a safe environment for your precious ones!

5 hours A day…… 5 days A week…… 6 solid weeks of the school holidays!

We provide drinks and have both male and female coaches! We accept 4 years to 16, although we stress under 7′s come from 12-2pm unless advised otherwise. You can drop in and out and there are various flexible payment options and cracking deals below.

Be sure to read all categories so you don’t miss the best option for you and your children.

Camp runs from 12pm Midday starting on Monday 20th July and finishes Friday 28th August at 5pm, other than 4-7 year olds you can come at any time for multiple hour slots, but we prefer you to come on the hour so we can plan each hours activity!

PAY DAILY (No discount for siblings)

1 hour £4

3 hours £10

4 hours £13

All Day £15

WEEKLY BOOKINGS (discount for 2nd sibling)

WEEK 1 2oth July to 24th July

WEEK 2 27th July to 31st July

WEEK 3 3rd Aug to 7th Aug

WEEK 4 10th Aug to 14th Aug

WEEK 5 17th Aug to 21st Aug

WEEK 6 24th Aug to 28th Aug

Book any of these full weeks out for the following prices:

4-7 years 12pm -2pm everyday £35 (10 hours) or 2 siblings £60 (20 hours)

8 years above 12pm -5pm everyday £65 (25 hours) or 2 siblings £110 (50 hours)

Please send cheque before your week starts to address below. Or send email to clayton@ontheedgetennis.co.uk to direct bank transfer.

FLEXIBLE LOYALTY CARDS (These are cheaper prepaid hours and can be cashed in at anytime that suits you throughout the 6 weeks)

25 Hours Loyalty card … £70 (not be shared by siblings)

2 x 25hrs Loyalty cards…£105 (for siblings only, can be shared

Payment

Please send cheques for Loyalty cards (if you want to pre order, and collect on your 1st day) and Weekly Bookings to

On The Edge Tennis, 38 Lichfield Road, Walsall Wood, Walsall, WS9 9NN. Cheques made payable to Mr C Edge.

Please attach covering note with your chosen week or loyalty card, child’s name, date of birth and any medical conditions, along with email and mobile numbers for parent or guardian.

Hope to see you on the courts this holiday and Sunshine has been ordered! Any Queries please call 07780 777774

 

In the final chapter in the road to ATP FINALS at Walsall Tennis club on March 1st, Richards added to previous titles Australian and French Opens. Yet this time it was not Darrean taking home the US Open, it was Richards senior; Michael who defeated Luke Gwalchmai in a final littered with net cords.

On February 8th in glorious sunshine 10 players battled it out in the US Open to secure and jostle for end ranking positions for the big £60 knockout finals in March. We had another first, a player withdrawing with injury in the group stages, to the joy of the rest of the field looking for bigger points resulting in progressing to the elimination stages. Wimbledon champ Grayson was the unlucky one pulling his groin, yet knowing his qualification was safe, as others realised only a top four finish would be enough. We had yet another debutant in Ross Fox knowing only a final appearance would see him through to the ATP finals.

Here’s how the finishing 9 man handicap round robin panned out, including the handicaps they played off in the race to 7 points, when both players had minus starts the scores were brought closer to zero, and likewise when both players had plus handicaps.

ROSS FOX          0    WON 4/8  46 POINTS   5TH as more points than Anthony but less than Dan

DAN PLATT      0   WON 4/8    49 POINTS   4TH on more points than Ross and Ant

DARREAN RICHARDS  -1  WON 2/8   44 POINTS   7TH on more points than Simon and James

SIMON CROOK  +2   WON 2/8     40 POINTS  8TH on less points than Darrean but more than James

MICHAEL RICHARDS  0    WON  7/8    53 POINTS   1ST

TIM BOLAND  -1      WON 6/8    53 POINTS   2ND

LUKE GWALCHMAI  +1  WON  5/8  48 POINTS   3RD               

ANTHONY BOLAND    -1     WON 4/8   45 POINTS 6TH on less points than Dan and Ross

JAMES HODGES   -3   WON 2/8    37 POINTS  9TH as less points than Darrean and Simon

An interesting group stage seeing father Michael in fine form losing just one, and 2 time grand slam champion son Darrean scraping home with just two wins from eight in 7th place. Everyone winning at least two games but James suffered and was eliminated by least points as he found his -3 handicap just too much on the day. Many knew they had qualified for ATP finals but today’s main aim was still to win the US Open, although others knew they had to goo deep today to make it.

To the Quarter finals where handicaps are retained and now become best of 3 tie break matches.

QUARTER FINALS

1ST MICHAEL     v   8TH  SIMON…..   MICHAEL WINS 7-5 7-2 Simon gains 2 points for 8th

4TH DAN   v  5TH ROSS…….ROSS WINS 4-7 7-6 7-2  Dan  gains 5 points in 5th

3RD LUKE v 6TH ANTHONY ….. LUKE WINS 7-2 7-6   Anthony gains 4 points for 6th

2ND TIM v 7TH DARREAN….. TIM  WINS  7-5 7-2   Darrean gains 3 points for 7th

Just Ross upsetting the top 4 in a 3 set win over Dan, however Dan had done enough to make the ATP finals, to join already qualified Darrean, Jack, Tim, Grayson, Michael and Luke. With one spot remaining Ross must get to the final to stop the absent (through man flu) Rob Keeling from also qualifying. At this stage, for this year it’s all over for Simon and Anthony.

Onto the important Semi’s then where ranking points will still prove crucial for those wanting an ATP quarter final easier draw (if such a thing exists).

SEMI FINALS

1ST MICHAEL v 5TH ROSS……MICHAEL WINS 4-7  7-3 7-6  Ross gains 7 points in 4th, great debut result.

3RD LUKE  v 2ND TIM…. LUKE WINS 7-6 7-6 Tim gains 10 points guarantee 2nd seed.

So we will have a new winner and our 10th different Grand slam winner in just 12 Opens, Michael edged out Ross to qualify Rob into March’s Finals, and Luke squeezed past veteran Tim with two deciding point winning sets. It’s all about the US Open winner now as the rest pull up a chair for the floodlit final.

FINAL

1ST MICHAEL v 3RD LUKE…. MICHAEL WINS  7-5 4-7 7-2  Michael makes it 3 out of 4 slams for the Richards happy household, Luke Gwalch-mai think what might of been in the deciding set if not for the ridiculous two net cord winners from Michael, as he is yet again the bridesmaid, but all will be forgotten if Luke can capture the big prize on March 1st.

US OPEN RUNNER UP…. LUKE GWALCHMAI gains 13 ranking points and half price entry into ATP finals.

US OPEN CHAMPION…. MICHAEL RICHARDS gains 16 ranking points and FREE entry into ATP finals.

All competitors had a great time in what was another high quality Grand Slam, the handicaps are there to give every possibility for close games and unpredictable results, but they can’t account for players being in top form or being totally out of sorts, or how players can react to coping with the handicaps given in pressure situations.

So let’s find out what today’s earned points do the final leader board and who will be the 8 competitors on March 1ST for ATP TITLE, TROPHY and £60 PRIZE?

……….HANDICAP/US OPEN/ EVENTS/ TOTAL/ POS CHANGE

1ST D RICHARDS  -1        3            4                48               =

2ND T BOLAND       -1      10          4                33               =

3RD M RICHARDS   0       16         4               28              +2

4TH L GWALCHMAI +1    13         2               23              +3

4TH J EVANS              -1       –          2               23              -2

6TH G MARLOW      +1      1            3                21             -2

7TH D PLATT              0       5          3                 13             +2

8TH R KEELING        0       –           2                 11              -2

9TH R ROBINSON    +2      -          1                  10             -2

10TH R THAWAIT     -2       –          1                   7              =

10TH R FOX                  0       7         1                   7              NEW

12TH J HODGES         – 3       1           2                 6               -1

13TH A BOLAND        -1          4        2                  6              +1

4 PLAYERS ON 3 POINTS OR LESS.

So Darrean tops the group with 2 titles and runner up and highest ever ranking points total. Steady Tim takes 2nd seed. 28 points after today’s win takes Michael from 5th to 3rd while runner up Luke draws level with Jack on 23 points to share 4th place and will face each other in the quarters. Injury hit Wimbledon champ drops to 6th, as Dan rises from 9th to 7th with Rob fortunate to cling onto last 8 spot.

So here is the knockout draw for March 1st to be played best of 7 sets for Quarters and Semi’s. Final will be best of 9 sets. Entry is £6

Q1   1ST D RICHARDS V 8TH R KEELING

Q2  4TH L GWALCHMAI V 4TH J EVANS

Q3  3RD M RICHARDS V 6TH G MARLOW

Q4 2ND T BOLAND V 7TH D PLATT

SEMI 1 Q1 V Q2

SEMI 2 Q3 V Q4

THEN FINAL, No replacements will be given for non attendees, as what would be the point of qualifying when we all know in a handicap positions 9 or 10 could easily go on to win that knockout. If your quarter final opponent isn’t available at 2pm on March 1st then you advance to the Semi’s.

What a fantastic Grand slam season, thanks to all those that played and best of luck to those 8 qualifiers on March 1ST, could those competitors please confirm your place asap.

Cheers and big well done to Michael on this victory.

 

 

Darrean Richards made Handicap Grand Slam history on Sunday 7th December as he won the French Open and became the first man in 10 slams to win consecutive tournaments, after winning the initial Australian Open weeks before. Darrean now commands a massive lead in the rankings table for the ATP finals in March. However will be hoping to add Wimbledon (this Sunday) and the US Open to his collection.

A fantastic afternoons tennis was had on Sunday 7th December in a rare competitive singles tournament in the Second Open, of the Third ever Grand slam of Handicap singles Tennis at Walsall Tennis Club. Competitors are invited to play in 4 Grand Slam events fighting for ranking points to be tallied up at the end to find the top 8 totals. Those 8 will then go on to compete for £60 cash prize and Grand slam champion title at the ATP finals in March.

Nine competitors entered and fought out this years French Open including 6 players who didn’t compete in the Australian Open meaning the race for qualifying points is now on. Each player benefiting or being hampered by a handicap (according to their ability/experience) in each of the 8 round robin tie breaks they played. Regular rules were back where top 8 qualified for Quarter Finals! Should players lose at the same stage in knockouts then group position determines ranking points earned. Here’s what happened in the group stage and the handicaps they played off in the race to 7 points. When BOTH players had plus OR minus handicaps, starting scores were adapted so at least one player started on zero.

DARREAN RICHARDS     -1          WON 5/8   48 POINTS 4TH as less points than Jack

ANTHONY BOLAND         -1          WON 1/8  31 POINTS 8TH as more points than Clayton

MICHAEL RICHARDS       0         WON 3/8  48 POINTS 6TH as more points than Tim

ROHAN THAWAIT            -2         WON 7/8  61 POINTS 2ND as less points than Luke

JACK EVANS                      -1         WON 45/8  53 POINTS 3RD as more points than Darrean

CLAYTON EDGE                 -7        WON 1/8  25 POINTS 9TH as less points than Anthony

JAMES HODGES                 -3       WON 4/8  40 POINTS  5TH

LUKE GWALCHMAI          +1       WON 7/8  62 POINTS 1ST as more points than Rohan

TIM BOLAND                       -1        WON 3/8 42 POINTS 7TH as less points than Michael

Handicaps proved ok with only 2 wins separating the middle 5  players. Luke and debutant 12 year old Rohan dominated the group, with Anthony struggling after a long lay off as did Clayton making up the numbers with a tough -7 handicap.  James Hodges also made a strong start to his campaign and tournament veteran Tim failed to settle this time, yet again no man came through undefeated and every man won at least one game in the unpredictable format.

These results meant that the top 8  qualified for the knockout stages and the chance to win the 16 points on offer, however these positions above would determine where losing quarter and semi finalists would finish in relation to fellow losers. Knockout matches would be same handicaps and best of 3 sets, first to 7 point tie breaks with handicaps being used in every set.

QUARTERS

1ST LUKE v 8TH ANTHONY    LUKE  WINS 7-2 7-6  Anthony gains 2 Ranking Points for 8th

4TH DARREAN v 5TH  JAMES   DARREAN WINS 7-0 7-5 James gains 5 Ranking Points for 5th

3RD JACK v 6TH   MICHAEL  Jack wins 7-5 7-3 Michael gains 4 Ranking Points for 6th

2ND ROHAN v 7TH TIM   Rohan wins 7-5 7-6  Tim gains 3 Ranking Points for 7th

Not often that ALL the top 4 make it through to the Semi’s especially all in straight sets, although Tim ran Rohan the closest in two very tight sets. The Top 4 continue in their quest for the big points, as the losing quarter finalists bag some crucial ranking points, and settle down to watch the closing stages of this French Open.

SEMI’S

1ST LUKE v 4TH DARREAN  DARREAN WINS 7-6 1-6 7-6 Luke gains 10  Ranking Points for 3rd place.

2ND ROHAN v 3RD JACK  JACK WINS 7-6 7-5 Rohan wins 7 Ranking Points for 4th place.

In terms of the group standings, two upsets here as it seems Luke and Rohan just missed out on the very biggest points, but still score heavily in the rankings table on their first slam of the campaign. Jack and Darrean head for the final, both have 1 grand slam title each and one will join Paul Maguire as two time winners.

FINAL

3RD JACK v 4TH DARREAN  DARREAN WINS 4-7 7-5  7-6    Darrean takes his 2nd slam in only two attempts, as his head held much better than Jack’s in a great final, to wrap up a very high quality tournament in a floodlit finish.

FRENCH OPEN RUNNER UP…. JACK EVANS gains 13 Ranking Points and 1/2 Price Entry into WIMBLEDON AND……

2014 FRENCH OPEN WINNER … DARREAN RICHARDS gains 16 Ranking Points and Free wildcard into the WIMBLEDON.

All competitors had a great time and the handicaps are there to give every possibility for close games and unpredictable results, but they can’t account for players being in top form or being totally out of sorts, or how players can react to coping with the handicaps given in pressure situations.

Remember, you can still easily qualify for the ATP finals even if you didn’t enter the Australian Open OR French Opens.

WIMBLEDON 1PM Sunday January 11th

US OPEN 1PM Sunday February 8th

ATP FINALS top 8 only Sunday March 1st 1PM

Already entered for WIMBLEDON are Darrean and Michael Richards, and Tim, so a maximum of 9 places remaining, be quick to enter Next Sunday Grand slam Open.

So here is the current ATP RANKINGS and in brackets (tournaments played)

1ST DARREAN  32 POINTS  (2)

2ND TIM BOLAND 16 POINTS (2)

3RD JACK EVANS   13 POINTS  (1)

4TH LUKE GWALCHMAI  10 POINTS (1)

4TH RHIANNON ROBINSON  10 POINTS (1)

6TH MICHAEL RICHARDS   9 POINTS  (2)

7TH ROHAN THAWAIT  7 POINTS (1)

7TH ROB KEELING    7 POINTS  (1)

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9TH JAMES HODGES   5 POINTS (1)

10TH GRAYSON MARLOW 4 POINTS (1)

11TH DANIEL PLATT  3 POINTS (1)

12TH ANTHONY BOLAND 2 POINTS (1)

12TH DAVID KHAYAT  2 POINTS (1)

14TH CLAYTON EDGE 1 POINT (1)

So well done Darrean, 7 days to go for WIMBLEDON on JANUARY 11TH 1PM….. ENTER NOW!!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SUNDAY   23RD NOVEMBER

OTET WINTER GRAND SLAM OF TENNIS HANDICAP SINGLES Starts

AUSTRALIAN OPEN 1pm Start.

Ryan Brazier won the 2nd annual title and holds the shield off a -7 handicap (-8 this time), but the defence starts here. Players are awarded either minus, even or plus handicaps for each match. Each match is first to 7 points, with players starting each one on their individual handicap appropriately picked by me. A knockout draw follows with best of 3 sets after initial group stage for the top 8 players.

There will be the following 4 GRAND SLAM TOURNAMENTS costing £8 to enter (or enter all 4 now for £25)

AUSTRALIAN OPEN 1PM Sunday November 23rd

FRENCH OPEN 1PM Sunday December 7th

WIMBLEDON 1PM Sunday January 11th

US OPEN 1PM Sunday February 8th

For Each Grand Slam the top 8 will receive RANKING POINTS as follows, Winner -16 2nd- 13 3rd- 10 4th-7 5th-5 6th-4 7th-3 8th-2 all other entrants will receive 1 point. Each Grand Slam will most likely consist of round robin matches then a knockout draw for top 8 on the day.

A RANKINGS Table will be kept over the 4 Grand Slam events and The TOP 8 point scorers will qualify for….

The ATP TOUR FINALS 1PM Sunday March 1st

Quarters and semi’s best of 7 sets followed by the FINAL for £60 prize, best of 9 sets.

Each tournament will carry a small prize for winner and Certificates for Winners and Runners Up, obviously you don’t need to play every Grand Slam to Qualify for ATP finals, providing you get enough points from the events you do play! OK so this is for anyone, beginners, non-members or A team play.

Enter Australian now 07780 777774

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