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Meet the Corporate Tennis .

London Corporate Tennis League

The London Corporate tennis league is a fantastic opportunity for you to represent your company and compete against other companies with the aim of becoming the Corporate Tennis National Winners.
The League has been running since 2015 and entries have grown year on year with over 60 teams competing, including teams from: HSBC, Barclays, JP Morgan, Lloyds, KPMG, Coutts and more.

How does it work?

We run 2x Leagues:

Men’s doubles league consisting of 1 pair per company.

Mixed league which involves 3 colleagues two men and one woman.

The Mixed event format consists of both singles and doubles and a light touch schedule to ensure even the busiest players can still compete.

Not only is this a fantastic league to play in its also a great way of networking. 

You can view the rules here.

How do we record our scores?

Once all entries have been taken the teams are put into groups of 4/5 and initial matches are played in a round robin format, guaranteeing each team a minimum of 3 matches.

All matches are played at the home teams venue (which team are Home and away are decided by Corporate Tennis).

What's the cost, entry fee & how do we enter?

The cost to enter the league is £150 for the Mixed League and £100 for the Men’s league. Each company is allowed to enter a maximum of 5 teams in each league.

For the Mens Event – Click Here to Enter.

For the Mixed Event – Click Here to Enter.

Who can enter & what can we win?

We’ve teamed up with the Kokomo Retreat, to offer a 3 night stay at the luxury 7 bedroom villa. Winners can enjoy Kokomo’s Tennis Court, 15m Swimming Pool, Golf Putting Green and a stunning orchid. The villa is walking distance from the beach and 1km from the renowned Vale de Lobo.
Please Note – Flights & Board are not included.

Can I speak to someone?

If you require any further information – Steve Davies is the head of Corporate Tennis.

You can call him on 07791707952.

Or email him by Clicking Here.