If you’re over the age of 35 and want to play competitive tennis in Wales – we’ve got you covered.
With a number of events run by Seniors Tennis GB, it doesn’t matter if you are a seasoned regular or new to competing, there's something for everyone!
To play in any competition you will need an ITF World Tennis Number – find out more below:
Check out some of our Seniors competitions and see how you can get involved.
If you’re just getting started or want to get back into competing after a long stretch away from the game, then Local Tennis Leagues could be just for you.
Taking place in park courts all over Wales, Local Tennis Leagues give you the change to compete against other players of a similar standard. It’s friendly, fun, competitive tennis right on your doorstep.
Not only that but you organise matches between you and your opponent so you can play around your schedule.
Are you a tennis player in Wales over the age of 35? Then you could represent North or South Wales in one of the biggest team competitions of the year – the County Cup.
Played over one weekend in the summer, the County Cup has Seniors men’s and women’s competitions for over 35s, 40s, 45s, 50s, 55s, 60s, 65s and 70s.
Updates on the performance of the 2022 county teams will be posted here.
If you would be interested in representing Wales in your age group, please email Mark Lewis on email@example.com.
Every year players from across Wales come together to play for the title of Welsh champion. This is the biggest event in the Welsh calendar, welcoming players to compete for the biggest trophies and prizes in Welsh tennis.
2022 Championships will take place in Penarth across Penarth LTC and Windsor, Penarth LTC. Entries will opens on 5th July 2023.
This is an international event with players representing their respective countries, featuring England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales.
Team Selection 2023
2023 will see the 55, 60 and 65 age groups play in Glasgow from 29 April to 1 May.
Over the past couple of months, the process of gaining player availability and selecting teams in each age group has been conducted and finalised with teams selected and players notified.
The selection of teams was of course such a difficult process, due to the number and standard of players that were available, however we can now announce that the following individuals have been selected to represent their age group:
Ladies 55 team: Kate Johnston (C) / Susan Mitchell/ Alison Wood
Men’s 55 Team: Simon Richards (C)/ Mark Masters / Geoff Muxworthy / Jason Richards
Ladies 60 Team: Robyn Dow (C) / Elinore Lightbody / Rhian Griffiths
Men’s 60 team: Alistair Alexander (C) / Mike Harpin / Gary Payton / Steve Richards
Ladies 65 Team: Ann Brown (C) / Val Alder / Jenny Burrows / Freda Emery (travelling reserve)
Mens 65 Team:Myles Collett (C) /Chris Hill / Nick Lee / Steve Alger
Congratulations to them all! We wish the teams good luck and hope they bring some silverware back to Wales!