Paul Elderfield Tournament 2017
The annual Paul Elderfield Little and Large Tournament was held on Sunday September 17th.
Prizes for winners, great tea for everyone playing and all those coming to support and watch, a lot of laughs and fun on the day, plus all entry fees and funds collected from cake sales and donations go to cancer-fighting charities.
More news of the event and what happened, coming soon.
Regular matchplay tennis for each Junior grade once a month where juniors can turn up and pay £5 to play other juniors within Cassiobury and other partner clubs to help them progress through their grades and build confidence for team and solo competitions.
Keep an eye on this website and the clubhouse noticeboard for the next matchplay dates.
Junior Team Tennis
Cassiobury TC runs Mini Red, Mini Orange, Mini Green and Yellow ball teams in the Aegon Team Tennis competitions during the summer and winter seasons.
Anyone interested in participating in Junior team tennis, please contact the relevant team captain :
Mini Red – Angie Gunn – club coach
Mini Orange – Jenny Cartledge (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Mini Green – Amanda West (email@example.com)
Yellow – Anthony Robert, club coach
Ratings, Rankings, Competition – How the Junior System all Works
Our competition programme is part of the national tennis development system, organised by the LTA, and this provides a great framework for all players to develop their tennis.
To play in teams, tournaments, and matchplays all Juniors need to have a British Tennis Membership which gives you a rating that you can improve as your game develops. Get your British Tennis Membership here.
What are the benefits of Tennis ratings? – Tennis ratings operate in order to attract and retain young players in competition. Players can make progress through the levels whether they win or lose and are rewarded for participation as well as success.
How does my child get a Tennis rating? – To get a Tennis rating your child needs to join the British Tennis Membership scheme.
What Mini Tennis rating do players start with? – Players are assigned a level 4 rating in the ball colour relevant to their age.
How will players know when their rating increases? – Players will be able to see their results by logging in to the British Tennis Members area. Once players have met the criteria to increase in rating they will be sent an email letting them know about their rating change. Players should keep a record of their own match results.
How many matches do I need to play to move through the different levels of the ratings system? – To move from a level 4 to a level 3, in each ball colour, players need to compete in 6 matches. Moving from a level 3 to a level 2 is based on playing a further 20 matches and moving from a level 2 to a level 1 based on playing a further 40 matches and winning (at your own rating or better) 20 matches.