Competitions - Adults & Juniors

INFORMATION

ESTA Sunday Unisex adults comps

Each team 2-5 players, with two required to play each round (singles x 2 + doubles). Played at various eastern suburbs centres – either 8-10am or 10am-12pm every week. 10 weeks plus semis and finals. 12 divisions, standard from intermediate to advanced. Contact us to enter a team, or to be placed with a current team. Team fee $320 (split among team members.)

Men’s comp (Advanced)

Thursdays 7.30-9.30pm. Two singles tie-break sets (plus super tie-break if needed).
Fee (10wk term) $245.

Eastcourts Tuesday Tennis Doubles Competition (Intermediate)

(Coming soon: sign up now for Feb 2nd 2021 start)

 

Tuesdays 9:30am-12pm. A mixed open competition for intermediate players running with the school term. 8 teams made-up of 2-3 players, contact us to join as a team or or to be placed with another player. Players must be UTR registered. 1 division, Doubles only, one match each week – 3 full sets (6-6 tiebreak).


Overall result
: First past the post point system to determine the overall winning team:
– 1 point per set won
– 1 point for turning up
– 1 point for winning match
– Maximum points per match is 5


Admin
: Players are responsible for entering their scores online and finding reserves if required. All players will be on a WhatsApp group.

Cost: $300 per team, balls included


Eastcourts Flexi-Comp (Intermediate)

(Coming soon)

 

A mixed open comp in small pools of 3 with players moving up and down after each round. Players arrange matches at convenient times to them, playing each other twice. Players will be placed in a WhatsApp group. One long set – first to 8 games with tie-break to 7 at 8-8, played over 1.5 hours with the player in the lead at that point winning the match. (Note: if you have a booking that is able to run a little over and an almost completed match, you may finish). Players will be ranked by either UTR ranking, ESTA Competition Grade or coaches grading. Players must have a UTR to enter.


Fee (per 8 week term) $40, players must book a court (alternating for each match) and provide their own balls (balls are for sale at our pro shop).

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Juniors competitions

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Eastern Suburbs Tennis League (ages 8-14). Yellow & Green Ball divisions.
Seven weeks per league (one league played per school term).

  • open to players who can serve, rally & score
  • 8-player divisions, based on standard (not age/gender)
  • singles only: 2 x tie-break sets + Super Tie-break (first to 10 points)
  • top two players move up each league, bottom two move down

Sundays during school term. Fee $110.


Comps: 2020 Term 4
Monday 12 October - Friday 18 December (10 weeks)

Eastcourts Tennis Club
eastcourtstennis.com.au

 

Juniors & Adults competitions

Payment for all juniors and adults comp registrations is via invoice and must be made by Week One of the comp term.

 

You do not need to re-enrol for the following term – we will re-enrol you automatically unless we are advised otherwise by the final week of the current term.

 

All junior matches are supervised by Eastcourts coaches and players must adhere to match-play etiquette. Decisions made by coaches are final and poor sportsmanship may result in disqualification. Parents must remain outside the court fence and refrain from talking to players during play. In the event of wet weather, please assume comp is on (we will notify you via SMS in the event of a washout).

 

Please note, Saturday afternoon junior comp and Sunday mornings mixed adults comp are both overseen by the ESTA (Eastern Suburbs Tennis Assoc), not Eastcourts. Decisions regarding matches, assignment of courts, payments, gradings, team entries or anything else are the sole responsibility of the ESTA.

 

Comp players/parents may be invited to join a communication platform (eg, whatsapp group) which Eastcourts will use to inform, enrol and connect players. Inclusion in these groups is optional, however joining will be considered the client’s consent – subject to normal protocols around privacy, confidentiality, sharing contact details, inappropriate language, bullying, advertising etc.