Looking for someone to have a game with?
Add a listing as a player to find opponents in your area.
Some of our featured players
Your Social media platform
- Once registered, a new Members Menu will be available to you.
- Complete your profile social media platform.
- Upload content, news, photos, and videos.
- Create your own personal group(s) to easily connect with your favourite players.
- Share with your friends.
Our site will enable tennis players around the world, to not only meet but find clubs, courts and coaches to book and join together with.
Most frequent questions and answers for players
A basic listing is free of charge. There is a tiered subscription package if you would like to add enhanced features to your listings. Subscriptions are flexible and can be amended to suit your business.
If you want other players to be able to search for you, or you want to offer yourself as a Buddy Player, you need to create a listing (this is like a personal advertisement).
Absolutely! Groups are one of the benefits for players. You can create as many groups as you like so that you can communicate with your regular partners, opponents. This could be a large “club group” or a small bespoke “Saturday morning social” group.
The role of a Buddy Player is to help members to work on their game.
Buddy Players can help players practice the techniques that a coach has taught them.
Players new to tennis may want a partner to feed balls to them – a Buddy Player could be the first step before formal coaching sessions.
Buddy Players will list their proficiency level and who they feel they could help.
Buddy Players are not coaches but an alternative for players who just want to have a “hit session”.
Buddy Players decide whether or not to charge for their service. This is a personal arrangement between players but any income earned must be declared in line with current UK tax laws.
Some Buddy Players may choose to mentor other players without levying a fee, or two players may decide to be “hit” partners for one another on a reciprocal basis.
Make sure you are clear in your listing what type of service you are offering.
There are three different options when creating a group:-
Public – Anyone can join.
Private – Site members can request to join but need to be accepted by a moderator.
Hidden – You can send out a link for your members to join but no one else has any access to it.
Sign up for free here