The spring season of TennisComp has just started. If you would like to play in the next season sign-up today and book your spot, or enter as a reserve player for the spring comp.
To see all the match results, and where players rank in all the TennisComp divisions click here:
Want to play in the Comp? Book your spot in the Summer Comp today.
Registration will close a week before the Comp starts. Spots are limited and go on a first come basis it's a good idea to book your spot early.
TennisComp is the easy way to play 3-set singles tennis across Sydney (Comps in Sydney's Eastern Suburbs, Inner West, City, Northern Beaches and North Shore) all arranged online. Sign-up to meet new players and have fun improving your game playing singles comp tennis. All standards are welcome and you'll be graded by ability.
Mixed and Female only Tennis Comps are available, each round lasts for 10 weeks, including a regular season and finals series. If a tennis comp is underway you will have to wait for the next one to start - don't miss out on a spot by registering to play.
No Comp near you? Get in touch and we can start a comp in your area if there is enough interest.
We need reserve players to cover players who drop out during the season due to injury, or for any other reason.
This is a great way to get into a TennisComp during the season and not waiting for the next one to start.
Reserve players need to sign-up and then get in touch confirming you want to play reserve.
Anyone who wants to play tennis. The tennis leagues are graded and we have advanced to beginner divisions so you can find a tennis league that is a good fit for your ability.
Players must be over 18 years old. There are mixed and female only divisions.
No TennisComp near you? Please contact us and we can start a tennis league in your area. We just need 8 players so get your mates together and run your own tennis league.
If you have any questions, just get in touch.
Players must follow the rules. Matches follow the standard WTA tennis rules of match play, plus a few additional Tennis Comp rules.
Each week contact your opponent and arrange to play at a time and location that works for you both.
Play best of 3 sets, either full sets or playing Fast4 if booking courts for only 1 hour.
Enter the score on the website and see how your going on the results table.
When does the Comp start?
There are 4 Comps per year. They each go for 10 weeks with a short break inbetween. If the Comp has already started you may have to wait a few weeks before the next one starts.
Where is the Comp played?
You can play wherever you like, provided your opponent agrees, but the courts must be located in the Comp area e.g. Sydney North Shore.
When do I play TennisComp matches?
Stick to your TennisComp draw and play each week in order. Agree the time with your opponent. There is a bonus point for playing matches on time. Matches can be played early or late but must all be entered by end of Week 7 when the Finals are calculated.
How do I contact my opponent?
Go to the match booking page and send a match request. Include your phone number in the message. Wait for your opponent to respond. If you do not hear back from your opponent claim a walkover.
How do the points work?
Points are awarded for every set won, and an extra point for winning. A bonus point is awarded for playing on time.
When should I claim a walkover?
If you don't hear back from your scheduled opponent by the Wednesday of the game week, or if they cancel, or are unable to finish the match for anyreason. A walkover is a 'score' and you get the same number of points as a win. A walkover claimed on-time also recieves the bonus point.
The player who tops the league at the end of the regular season wins the Minor Premier and promotion for the next round.
How do the finals work?
Finals are calculated at the end of week 7. Who you play is based on your table position: First Semi = #1 vs. #4, Second Semi = #2 vs. #3, Third Semi = #5 vs. #8, Fourth Semi = #6 vs. #7.
What happens if I win?
Well done! The Grand final winner is promoted into the next division for the next season and gets bragging rights. The bottom two players - losers of Third and Fourth Semi's are demoted to a lower division.
Play tennis in Sydney? Play TennisComp! TennisComp is a tennis league based in Sydney. A great way to meet new tennis players in your area and play 3-set singles tennis. The tennis leagues are competitive, social, fun and a great way to improve your game. There are advanced, intermediate and beginner standard tennis leagues. You will be placed in a tennis league division based on your playing standard.