* To register, please submit the form at the bottom of this page.*
Members should hone their games and pick a partner in preparation for September, our traditional “Club Championship Month”. Adult and Intermediate members are eligible to enter – see details and sign-up form below.
We are offering the following Categories and Levels within the categories of competition for the yearClub Championships (subject to participation):
Men’s Singles A, B
Ladies Singles A, B
Men’s Doubles A, B
Ladies Doubles A, B
Mixed Doubles A, B
(For C Level see Consolation below)
A Consolation draw will be held in the B Level only…but only when there are 8 or more players (or teams for doubles) registered in the main draw. When this is the case, anyone who loses in their first match will be eligible for the consolation (double elimination).
Players who feel they should play in a C Level should register as “B”. The winner in any B Consolation will be declared the C Level Champion.
If you are not sure of your level, please ask our Tennis Pro to help you decide.
- Sign-up sheets will be located in the clubhouse starting Friday, August 16, or can be done online using the form below.
- Indicate all the events you would like to participate in but please note: members may enter only one level (i.e. A or B) in each category (Category = Mixed, Men’s or Ladies’ doubles and Singles).
- You may enter more than one category (i.e. can play in Mixed and Ladies’ or Men’s doubles and Singles).
If you would like to play in a doubles event and do not have a partner, put your name down, indicate you’re looking, and we’ll help find you one.
Deadlines & Draw Schedule
All key dates and deadlines are listed in the schedule below. Please ensure you (and your partner for doubles’ events) are both available during the week of your category.
*Note: Mixed doubles may have preliminary matches scheduled week prior on Sep 19-20th depending on draw size.
Draws & Availability
The draws with match times and dates will be posted by the Games Chair in the clubhouse. It is each player’s responsibility to find out when his/her matches are taking place. Participants MUST be able to play on the final Saturday for Singles and Sundays for doubles events. Generally all matches except the finals will be played weekday evenings and, if required, some Saturdays.
Please check out the Championship “Dos and Don’ts” below for more details. If you have any questions and/or you would like to volunteer to help with the Championships, please contact The Games Chair (firstname.lastname@example.org) . We hope to see lots of competitors out there on the courts. Remember, bragging rights are involved.
Championship “Dos and Don’ts”
Members can elect to play whichever category they would like, if unsure, our Tennis Professionals can give you sound advice.
- You can play at your own level or a higher level, but not a lower level.
- If you won the singles or doubles tournament the previous year at the B level, then you must sign up for the A level this year.
- A doubles pair must enter at the level of the stronger of the pair (ie. if a “B” player is paired with an A player, then can only enter a draw at the “A” level)
- Entries close on the Wednesday prior to the week scheduled for each event, except Mixed Doubles closes on Monday (see Schedule above).
- Draws will be completed and posted in the clubhouse on Friday the week prior to the match except for Mixed Doubles which will be posted on Wednesday:
• Singles posted Friday, August 30st;
• Doubles posted Friday, September 6th;
• Mixed Doubles posted Wednesday, September 18th.
It is the responsibility of the players to find out their schedule of play. They will not be called. Singles finals will be played on Saturday and all doubles finals will be played on Sundays as shown in the schedule above
- Warm up: 10 minutes
- Match Format: All first round matches will be “Pro sets” Instead of playing multiple sets, players will play one “Pro Set”. A Pro set is won by the first team to win 8 games by a margin of two games (instead of the usual first to 6 games). At 8 games all, a tie breaker is played where winner is first to 7 points by a margin of 2 points.
- Start Time: Each match will start as soon as a court is available, so players must be ready to go on.
Rescheduling of Matches
- If there is a rain delay of more than 1 hour, the Tournament Chair (Games@LawrenceParkTennisClub.ca) will re-schedule the match and notify all players involved.
- In the event of unforeseen circumstances that require players to re-schedule a match, they must notify the Tournament Chair (Games@LawrenceParkTennisClub.ca) at least 24 hours in advance of that match. It is the Program Director’s discretion regarding when and if a match may be re-scheduled, taking into account the impact the delay in playing will have on the continuity and timely conclusion of the tournament. Matches may be played in the day if all participants are in agreement.
• Substitutions: only prior to the 1st round of a match.
• Umpires: in the finals, if available.
Code of Conduct
Please be respectful towards your fellow players. Players exhibiting conduct considered to be unsportsmanlike will be removed from the tournament.
Championship Registration Form: