Berkshire Lawn Tennnis Association activities and home of Tennis in Berkshire

Here you will find all the important information for players and clubs within Berkshire  as well as the activities of  Berkshire LTA.


Opt In for the 2020 LTA Members Venue Ballot - Now Open

LTA Tennis Awards are now open for Nominations

Open Your Doors Workshop - 3 October 

Berkshire Junior County Championships 2019 - LATEST

Safeguarding and Protection Course - 4 September

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Up Coming LTA Coach Forums

New Competition Changes during 2019-2020

Find A  Court/Venue

Find A Coach

Venue Support 

Important - from 1 October 2019 it will become mandatory for venues applying to register with the LTA to ensure all Level 3-5 coaches operating at their venue are LTA Accredited.  Read more HERE

All LTA Registered Venues will also be required to meet six safeguarding standards as part of their LTA Venue Registration.  Read more HERE

School Tennis

For all queries  please email:  office@bekshiretennis.org.uk  or phone  +44 (0118) 947 6020 (Tuesday 10 am to 2 pm)

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Instagram:  @berkshirelta

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Berkshire WInter Leauge Adut and Junior - online entries are now open

Please click  link below to enter:

Berkshire Adult Winter League 2019/20

LTA National League Berkshire Junior Winter 2019/20

Berkshire League

Berkshire are committed to creating high quality competitions for teams, clubs and individuals. 

From Berkshire  Adult Summer/Winter Leagues, LTA Natioanl League Berkshire and Berkshire County Championships there is something for everyone.   

  Click "Club League" page to find our more about Berkshire League

All Berkshire league results are an embedded link direct from the LTA Tournament Software website with results automatically updated to this website.

Latest Results:

Road to Wimbledon Tennis Challenge (club/park/school)

The Road to Wimbledon supported by Slazenger 14U Challenge is a unique competition providing an opportunity for venues to engage and inspire their 14U pupils/players. By entering the tournament and staging an event venues can give their players the chance to qualify to compete on the grass courts at Wimbledon.

The first stage of the competition takes place in a club/park/school and organisers can choose a format relevant to their venue to deliver a fun, sociable competition for players rated 7.1-10.2 or un-rated.

The winners of these events will then progress to their County Finals. County Final winners are then invited to compete in the National Finals at Wimbledon in August.   For stronger rated players (6.2 or higher) there is the Road to Wimbledon International event which players can enter directly.

2019  R2W Finalists Clinic with Tim Henman

My Day with Tim Henman at SW19 by Joseph Brittain

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