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Teams & Fixtures

Teams & Fixtures

We regret that all the Summer 2020 League matches have been cancelled due to the Cornavirus pandemic

A&DL & Bucks Shield Winter 2019 / 2020 Fixtures & Results
Mens 1 A&DL Div 1
Mens 2 A&DL Div 5
Ladies 1 A&DL D3
Mixed 1 A&DL D1
Mixed A&DL D4
Mens Vets O60 Shield
Ladies Oxfordshire D4

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Coaching & Courses

Coaching & Courses

Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic and Government guidance 
Haddenham Tennis Club has opened its courts for restricted singles and same household play as defined by the latest LTA and Government advice.
All activity must be booked through our new on line booking system.
Restricted One to One Coaching is now allowable.
For queries, please get back to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or phone 01844 290805.

Club Coach: Blaise Baheten-Metock 07490 960402

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How to Join

How to Join

We are delighted to report that our junior and senior membership numbers have increased and we look forward to attracting more new members this year.           

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Covid 19

LTA COVID Playing Protocol

The following are new guidelines and protocols in respect of the restricted opening of HTC courts with immediate effect. The documents below is the latest LTA Guidance.

LTA Player Guidance  Covid-19 Return to Managed Play Players.pdf
LTA Coach Guidance  Covid-19 Return to Managed Play Coaches.pdf
LTA Venue Guidance  Covid-19 Return to Managed Play Venues.pdf


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Latest News


Return To Managed Play

Dear Members,
The LTA have now updated their playing guidelines (31st May) following the easing of the lockdown restrictions in place from the 1st June.
The main changes are that you will be now able to play doubles with people from different households.
For the time being only one to one coaching is being run.
The updated guidelines are attached with the latest [NEW] and [UPDATED] points in red. The guidelines must be read through and followed before going on court. Some points are summarised below.
Thanks for all your cooperation and we look forward to seeing you back playing safely on court again. If there are any questions on interpretation, please do get back to us on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

HTC Committee

Summary points for players but please read and follow the full guidelines.
All play must be booked beforehand using our on line booking system. It is not acceptable just to roll up as we need to know who has been playing in the event of a future outbreak.

  • Take hand sanitizer with you and only use your own equipment and players should not share any items.
  • Only take equipment that you need to play with. Clean and wipe down any items before and after use.
  • Use alcohol gel after touching any court gates, nets, fences etc and avoid doing so where possible.
  • Only use your own balls for serving and don’t touch other player’s balls with your hands.
  • Allow others to leave before you enter the court and ensure you leave the court before the end of your allotted time so that it is empty for the next players.
  • Always keep the social distancing, especially if playing doubles and if changing ends do this from opposite side of the net posts. In doubles, do not change partners during a session.


Coaching and Club Programmes

Coaching and Club programmes shall be reinstated as soon as practical and the Club is monitoring the situation over the next month to see how things settle down before making any changes. For the time being only one to one coaching is being run.
LTA Player Guidelines  Covid-19 Return to Managed Play Players.pdf
LTA Coach Guidelines  Covid-19 Return to Managed Play Coaches.pdf
LTA Venue Guidelines  Covid-19 Return to Managed Play Venues.pdf


Courts Open Under Restricted Play

Haddenham Tennis Club Courts are now open under strict guidelines produced in line with the Government guidance on public spaces, outdoor activity and exercise published on 11 May 2020, which can be read on the website.
Should you have any questions, please refer to the FAQs on the LTA website.
IMPORTANT: Do not leave your home to play tennis if Government advice means you should stay at home because you or someone you live with has or has had symptoms of COVID-19, or you are in the most vulnerable category and have been advised to shield from the coronavirus. Alongside these guidelines, players should read the information published by Sport England, and specifically their Q&A
 Take hand sanitizer with you
 Take all your own equipment (do not share equipment such as rackets, grips, hats and towels)
 Only take the minimum amount of equipment with you that you need to play
 Clean and wipe down your equipment, including racquets and water bottles before and after use
 Bring a full water bottle, and do not share food or drink with others
 Bring your own tennis balls that are clearly marked (e.g. with your initials)
 Ensure you take all your belongings with you at the end of the session and do not leave anything on court
 Avoid using public transport
 Arrive as close as possible to when you need to be there
 Avoid touching court gates, fences, benches, etc. if you can  Allow others to leave before you enter the court - if you need to wait then do so away from the courts and clear of the gates
 Ensure you leave the court before the end of your allotted time so that it is empty for the next players
 Arrive changed and ready to play. Shower at home, and do not use the venue’s changing area
 Do not congregate after playing. No extra-curricular or social activity should take place
 Maximum of two people per court (singles play only). Players can be from different households
 The only exception to the above is where a group of four players are all from the same household in which case they can play doubles
 Coached sessions should be limited to one to one coaching activity only MAINTAIN SOCIAL DISTANCING
 Stay at least two metres away from other players at all times (including during play, when taking breaks and before and after play)
 Do not make physical contact with other players (such as shaking hands or high five)
 Stay on your side of court and avoid changing ends, or agree to change ends at opposite sides of the net  Avoid chasing the ball down to another court if other players are using it
 Use your own clearly marked tennis balls
 Avoid using your hands to pick up tennis balls that aren’t yours - use your racquet/foot to hit/kick them to your opponent or return them to another court
 Avoid using other equipment such as courtside benches, net handles or court sweepers where possible  When playing padel, try to avoid touching the court walls
 Be aware that onsite toilet facilities may not be open. Where they are open, players are advised to take particular care when using them
 If you need to sneeze or cough, do so into a tissue or upper sleeve
 Avoid touching your face

Welcome to Haddenham Tennis Club

Haddenham Tennis Club was formed in 1986 to provide the village with decent tennis courts for families after some brilliant fund raising activity and now has three courts complete with floodlights.

The club now provides tennis coaching at all the local Haddenham Schools and has approximately 100 adult members and 80 junior members. Priority for club membership is given to all residents of the village and families whose children attend school at Haddenham. There is a strong bias toward Juniors and full coaching and development programmes have been implemented.

The club has a strong senior playing membership that has increased greatly in recent years. The club now runs many senior and junior teams. (2 Men's, 3 Ladies, 2 Mixed and up to 10 Junior sides). The men’s and ladies senior sides play in Division 1 in the local leagues.

The club has the use of the Haddenham Playing Fields Pavilion that has a fitted kitchen, toilets and showers and use of the Haddenham Sports and Social Club that has excellent facilities, which includes a well-run bar.

The future aims of the club are to produce a steady stream of talented tennis players for the club and county, along with a solid base of good club players. The club hopes to keep a balance of good standards of play and social activity. The club strives to keep and develop all facilities to the highest standards.