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Sunday 28 November 2021

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To book courts online log onto https://www.adsltennis.fr/_start/index.php?club=32920024 The user guide is also available as an attachment - see below

 

Facilities

The Club has eight tennis courts: 

  • 3 all-weather courts, including 1 floodlit,
  • Five clay courts
  • Two all-weather courts on the Mare Adam site. (5-minute drive from the club.) One court is floodlit.

All bookings can be done online using ADSL. If you don’t have your access codes send an email to .
You can book at the Mare Adam site using ADSL. To book, scroll down 'Standard Athletic Club’ to ‘Sevres’ on the top bar. You will receive the gate code in the confirmation email.

Lessons and Coaching

The Club has two coaches who run group lessons for children on Wednesdays (court 3 and 8) and Saturdays (court 8). Private lessons can be organised during the week or on weekend mornings when clay courts are open. Members should reserve their court for this.

Contact Carole Dacheux at http://www.coachcarole.fr/ or 07.60.24.24.58 or  for information about coaching.

For more information see the Tennis Lessons and Coaching page.

Ladies' Teams

The club has two teams which take part in league events from March through to June.

Both tournaments take place during the week on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.

The Raquettes team is for players who are ‘non-classée, 40 or 30/5’. Matches consist of 2 singles and one doubles.

The ALT’s team is for players who are ‘non-classée and up to 30/1’. Matches consist of 3 singles and one doubles.

Anybody interested in taking part, please contact Sally Cangardel.

Men's Team

The club has one Men's team. Anybody interested in playing should contact captain Melvyn Cooke  

Children's Teams

The club has four Junior teams taking part in FFT events in the Spring and Autumn. For more information see the Children's section on this site.

Tennis Licences

It is extremely important to have a valid tennis licence less than 3 years old when playing tennis at the Club; FFT Licences for children and adults are now included in the Club's joining fees. Don’t hesitate to contact , if necessary for more information. In addition to the Licence, players are required to have a Medical Certificate less than 3 years old. See the following page on the FFT website: https://www.fft.fr/jouer/se-licencier/certificat-medical. Associated with the licence you must also have a Medical certificate also less than three years old. For the next two years, players must fill in an ‘attestation sur l’honneur’ after completing the ‘questionnaire’.
 If you wish to play in competitions the medical certificate should include the mention “competition autourisé”. If you do have a medical certificate less than 3 years old, you can upload it to ADSL and fill in the attestation below every year for the following two years. The documents needed may also be download here (see the attachments below): The 2020 Medical Certificate (modele_certificat_medical.pdf); Ministry of Sports questionnaire (forulaire_qs_sport.pdf); Child 'attestation' (modele_attestation_mineur.pdf); Adult 'attestation' (modele_attestation_adulte.pdf).

Please fill in the attestation then attach it to your ADSL profile. To do so:

Sign in with your identifiers as you would to book a court.
Go to Espace Adhéerant,
Then Mes Informations,
At the bottom of the page, you can attach a document to your profile.
Don’t forget to validate this before leaving the website.

Tennis Court Rules

Badges must be displayed

All tennis players (including visitors) must display their badges on the board during play. While playing, players may not block a subsequent period with their (or another member’s) badge.

Doubles have priority

When courts are busy, singles players should invite, or allow 2 others, to join them.

Proper dress is required

Players are expected to wear proper tennis outfits, with a white shirt or blouse and white socks. Players must wear proper flat-sole tennis shoes on clay courts.

Clay courts must be ‘dragged’ after play

Players are required to maintain the clay courts by ‘dragging’ them and, if necessary, watering them after play.
In addition, when the weather is dry and hot, please also water the court before you play if there has been nobody playing immediately before you.

Clay courts must be protected after heavy rain

‘No play’ notices may be posted up on the courts, after heavy rain, or courts may be locked.

Coaching, matches, tournaments

Courts may be allocated for matches, tournaments or coaching at the discretion of the Tennis Committee.

Visitors

Visitors are welcome to play anytime during the week all year round, and on Saturday and Sunday mornings before 12 pm, when the clay courts are open.

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