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Tennis Tournament Planner (TTP) is a competition planning and management tool which can be used, free of charge, by LTA registered places to play and tournament organisers.
TTP provides a step by step approach to running tournaments including multiple draw types, access to the British Tennis Membership database and a website where results can be published. Please note that submitting false results is a serious offence. LTA Licensed and Registered coaches, officials and tournament organisers are expected to uphold the highest standards of integrity. Any submission of false results results will be taken very seriously and be referred to the LTA Disciplinary Panel.
*The LTA takes its responsibilities towards the welfare of young people in tennis very seriously and requires everyone in tennis who has significant contact with children, or access to their records, to have an Enhanced DBS disclosure. Your DBS will need to be renewed every 3 years.
Provided the requirements have been met your licence will be sent within five working days.
As with most computer programmes the best way to learn is to read the guide and practise. The TTP User Guide is a comprehensive step by step guide describing all available features. The TTP Quick Start Guide is an abbreviated version for use when running Grade 6 competitions.
Download the TTP User Guide
Download the TTP Quick Start User Guide
If you have read the TTP user guide carefully and your query is not answered there please get in contact using the form below.
The TTP software is continually being developed so it is important to check that you are using the latest version. Each version number can be released multiple times with new features so you need to check the release date and not just the version number
See what's new in the latest version...
Watch a video detailing How to download & operate Tennis Tournament Planner for grade 6 competitions
View a case study of how Avondale TC has successfully introduced competition to the tennis programme