Mens League Matches

 

WINTER 2017/18

Berkshire Winter League - Men's Doubles

Links to:   1st Team     2nd Team     3rd Team   
Men's 1 finished 4th in Division 3 last winter and stay there once again. Men's 2 finished bottom of Division 4 and are relegated for the second year running to play in Division 5E. . Men's 3 finished 5th in Division 6W and will stay there for a further season..

 

Matches are played Sunday mornings with teams of 4 players playing 4 rubbers, each being 2 tie-break sets with a deciding championship tie-break (to 10) if 1 set all. 3 points are gained for a clear win, 2 for a 2-2 win on sets or games and 1 for a 2-2 loss. In the rare event of a tie where ALL SCORES are equal, a tie-break shoot out should be played to determine the winner. The tie-break shall be won by the first pair to reach 10 points with a two point difference. Any two of the four team members can contest this shoot out. This tie-break will count as one set and one game only.

 

*** NOTE: You must now have a British Tennis Membership number to play in the Berkshire WInter and Summer Leagues.

 

 

SUMMER 2017

Berkshire Summer League - Men's Doubles

Link to: 1st Team   2nd Team   3rd Team   
The 1st team, having been relegated in 2016 finished top of Division 4B having dropped just 2 rubbers and a point at Woolton Hill and therefore return to Division 3 in 2018. The 2nds again stay in Division 4 after finishing 4th again, although just a point behind the team in 2nd place. The 3rd team having been relegated to Division 6B in 2016 finished as runners up and a point behind Wargrave 3 so return to DIvision 5 in 2018..

 

Matches are played Saturday afternoons with teams of 4 players playing 4 rubbers, each the best of 3 tie-break sets. 3 points are gained for a clear win, 2 for a 2-2 win on sets or games and 1 for a 2-2 loss. In the rare event of a tie where ALL SCORES are equal, a tie-break shoot out should be played to determine the winner. The tie-break shall be won by the first pair to reach 10 points with a two point difference. Any two of the four team members can contest this shoot out. This tie-break will count as one set and one game only.