Long Buckby Lawn Tennis Tournament
1st & 2nd July 2023
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FREE Festival of Tennis for Under 10's
Including all equipment, professional coaching and supervision
Please register here:
Sunday 10am - 1pm
For further information please email Tom Stevenson on:
Long Buckby Tennis Tournament 2022
Including a Mini festival of tennis on Sunday 3rd July for Under 1o's. Get kids booked in now for free coaching and fun on the sunday. Whilst you play and enjoy a pimms
Let's enjoy some outdoor fun in the sun and celebrate a return to more normal times.
IF COVID rules change a full refund will be given
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The return of the
If you have not played before then here is a quick bit of background. It is played on the Long Buckby Sportsfield, we erect 14 grass courts on the cricket outfield.
On the Saturday we have the Mens doubles, Ladies doubles and Veteran Mens doubles. On Sunday the tournament reaches fever pitch as we host Junior singles, Junior doubles, mixed doubles, and veteran mixed doubles. We are hosting the annual event for the 113th time, so we must be doing something right.
We play in sections in the morning and play a round robin competition, this is a social and family friendly tennis and suitable for all standards, it attracts lots of local players from clubs too, with the winners going through to the knock-out tournament where the standard hots up further. The junior section is a mixed or single sex doubles event and attracts lots of youngsters.
It is always a fantastic weekend of tennis, often in the sunshine and family friendly event. So why not enter and have something to look forward to (you can sample some Pimms while you watch the competition progress.
Need to keep the kids entertained?
Bouncy castle and mini tennis available for free on Sunday
All prices are per pair
The Main Events
The Long Buckby Tennis Tournament has been running since 1907. It is therefore one of the oldest grass tennis tournaments in the country. The courts are erected by a team of volunteers for one weekend only