Tennis Club Competitions, England

How the tennis competitions work:

When participating in our tennis competitions against local clubs, we recommend playing a “doubles tennis” format.  Depending on the number of players travelling from your club, we will typically divide you into smaller groups consisting of five, six or seven persons. Each group will then compete in men’s doubles, ladies doubles, mixed doubles or vets doubles with your best players being placed in group one. If you are members of the youth tennis academy or school, then you may choose to divide your players into squads. Once you have confirmed your preferred format and standard of play we will  match your team against one of our local clubs for the competition element of your stay.



As a typical format, each double pair will play their opposition once, thus playing up to seven games of tennis in one day. We will do our upmost to provide your tennis club members with plenty of game time. However, the host club may include time limits per game, reduced number of sets, short deuces or alternative formats so everyone can play an equal amount of tennis on the day.


Type of Tennis Courts

Tennis with England is played worldwide on a variety of surfaces including acrylic, artificial grass, asphalt, carpet, concrete or natural grass – inside and outside. Please tell us your preferred choice of surface when booking and we will endeavour to find a club with a suitable surface for your stay.


How we grade your standard of play

Every club and every player has a different understanding on the level of their play, therefore we have outlined below a guide to the scale that we will use in order to try and match your ability with our coaches and local oposition:-

1-2 = Pro / Coach standard

3-5 = Advanced players

6-7 = Intermediate players

8-9 = Improving players

10  = Complete beginner / no experience


Itinerary 4 days – 3 nights:

Day one: Arrive at your chosen resort and check into your accommodation. Time at leisure to utilise the resorts facilities with the evening at leisure.

Day two: Morning at leisure. Your tennis competition will either take place today or on Sunday. There will be plenty of time to utilise the resorts facilities and to play tennis. Evening at leisure.

Day three: Morning at leisure, Your tennis competition will either take place in Saturday or today. Evening at leisure.

Day Four: Check out of accommodation by 10.00hrs.

Additional nights are available at some resorts.