British Tennis Festivals

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British Tennis Festivals are a fantastic opportunity for clubs and venues throughout the country to host fun, themed recreational competitions for local players.  

Last year saw 922 tennis venues involved in the 2017 Tennis Festivals programme which was sponsored by Benenden. This created around 40,000 opportunities for players to take part in fun, local competitions.

2018 British Tennis Festivals

The 2018 festival calendar has now been confirmed, there will be three exciting festival packs available to venues, with refreshed, fun prizes and resources to help you run your festival(s).

The themes for the 2018 festivals are;

  • Girl, Set, Match - a festival for the female players at your venue - delivering a ladies only event for women and/or girls from March onwards.
  • Summertime Slam - as the professional players take to the grass courts of Wimbledon, celebrate the summer of tennis with a Tennis Festival in June or July.
  • Monster Smash - spooky, but fun! An opportunity for ghouls, witches and skeletons to take to the court in October or early November to celebrate Halloween.

Sign up

The Monster Smash applications window is now open!

New packs include medals, certificates, posters and a host of online resources. Read the FAQs to find out more.

Applications close midnight 14 October. Events to run before 31 December.

Don’t forget to post your shots for a chance to win a prize!

If you are attending or organising a British Tennis Festivals don’t forget to take some pictures to share on social media using #tennisfestivals and @britishtennis.

All organisers and players that share a photo relevant to a tennis festival during the competition period will be entered into a prize draw to win tickets to the Nitto ATP Finals held at The O2, London. 

Terms and conditions for Social Media competition


If you have any queries about British Tennis Festivals please email:

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