General Rules and Regulations
All players must play within the lawn tennis association's
code of conduct. Any players found to be repeatedly
breaking this code may be deducted points and in extreme
cases asked to leave the competition.
Once a match has been confirmed players withdrawing 24 hours
or less before the agreed start time will be penalised
with a loss.
Matches can be re-scheduled a maximum of three times. After
this the match will be cancelled on the system.
Players have 20 minute grace period in which to turn up.
After that period a walkover will be given and the player
who has not turned up will be flagged on their profile
Players must provide their own quality tennis balls. Any
brand may be used.
All matches will be played in the following formats.
Two tiebreak sets with a first to 10 point
deciding tie-break final set.
- Three standard tie-break sets.
Matches should be uploaded within 48 hours of completion by
the winning player.
Any players found falsifying results or
deliberately not confirming matches will be reviewed by
the board members and dealt with appropriately.
In the event of a dispute between players over incorrect
score the board would ask evidence from both parties to
submitted to the following email. The board will then look
at all information and make a final decision on the matter.
The following points system will be implemented across all
Three points for a win.
One point for a defeat that goes to a tiebreak.
Zero points for a defeat.
- Professional: LTA ratings 1.1 and 1.2
- Category A: LTA ratings 2.1 and 2.2
- Category B: LTA ratings 3.1 and 3.2
- Category C: LTA ratings 4.1 and 4.2
- Category D: LTA ratings 5.1 and 5.2
- Category E: LTA ratings 6.1 and 6.2
- Category F: LTA ratings 7.1 and 7.2
- Category G: LTA ratings 8.1 and 8.2
- Category H: LTA ratings 9.1 and 9.2
- Category I: LTA ratings 10.1 and 10.2
The category of each player will be reviewed quarterly where
players will be moved up or down depending on the following.
Players will move up if 10 or more matches have been
completed with a win percentage of, at least, 60%.
Players will move down if less than 2 matches have taken
place or they have a win percentage of, at most, 20%.
Players with a long term injury can send an email and have
their category frozen for a maximum of 6 months.
Terms and conditions
All players must be at least sixteen years of age. If you
choose to register as an under age player on the start up
registration jagtennismatch can take no responsibilty.
Tweener Tennis will take no responsibility for any injuries
which may occur before during or after any matches which may
be scheduled through the app or website.
It is the responsibility of the players to arrange a suitable
and safe venue for each match played. Tweener Tennis can take
no responsibility for injuries or harm which may occur due to
a lack of safe and acceptable court surface and or equipment
which may be used.
In the case of minors who are registered it is the
responsibility of the parent/guardian to vet and agree to any
match arranged. It is advised that a parent or guardian should
attend or at least vet the opponent and venue before allowing
any match take place. Tweener Tennis cannot be held liable to
any harm whether physical or mental to any minor using the
Any disputes or queries should be directed to
and will be delt with by a member of the team.