This coming Sunday, the 13th of October, we will be playing at our alternate courts at Belrose. Unfortunately all of the courts at Wakehurst Couvret Courts are being used for a Tennis Australia carnival to promote the sport to new players.
Those who wish to visit the Wakehurst Golf Club for drinks and/or
lunch after play are still welcome to do so especially newer players.
Last Sunday (the 25th of August) our Round Robin was played with 22 players giving a group of 12 and a group of 10.
The winners were Harald in the first group and Andy Todd in the second group.
A good days tennis.
We need to get the Club Championships finished off. Can those who have matches still to play which I think is about 6 players please get these matches arranged and finalised. If you need details of your partners/opponents please ring Warwick or ask at tennis on Wednesday night or Sunday morning.
Fees are now due for the second half of 2013. The rates are $190 for a full member and $95 for a student. These are payable to the club treasurer or into the club bank account. If you are paying directly please indicate on the transfer who the fees are for.
Casual rates remain as $15 for 3 hours (Sunday and Wednesday) or $10 if you only play for 2 hours.
This coming Sunday, the 30th of June, we will put aside any championship matches and go into “Round Robbing” mode, round robbing because it’s tax time.
The rules are the same as our usual monthly round robins
arrive by 9.00 for warm up and so we can organise a draw
be prepared to play 4 matches
entry cost is $5.00
The last few round robins have been very well attended and in anticipation of a good turnout this weekend extra courts have been booked. This should minimise any waiting time between sets. Where possible we will arrange social games but the round robin will take priority.
I have updated the about page with information and maps for our regular courts at Wakehurst and Belrose. If you want to know how to find us on a Wednesday evening or a Sunday morning take a look at the page and consult the maps. They are fully interactive so you can zoom in and out and work out how to get to the courts.