With the introduction of our new women's third team 2021/22, we now have 6 teams playing in the British University College Sport (BUCS) leagues and cups; 3 men's and 3 women's teams. All our teams train 3 times a week which, comprised with the weekly Wednesday BUCS fixtures, allows for a strongly- structured programme focused around high-performance tennis. Training includes indoor training at the Priory, Edgbaston with our level 5 head coach Paolo Bagnato.
The Men's 1st team have consistently finished in the top half of Midlands division 2A. The Mens's 1st are the current holders of the Midlands Conference Cup title and with this are in full belief that promotion to Midlands 1 is in their sights. This is our strongest team, comprised of county-level players.
The Women's 1s will also be playing in Midlands 2A this season. Having won this league 2 years ago, the women are looking to finish top of the table this coming season.
Men's 2s compete in the division Midlands 2B. The team narrowly missed promotion this season, finishing in 2nd place meaning they are in full belief they will finish 1st place and get the promotion this year!
The Women's 2s compete in Midlands 2B and are the current holders of the Midlands Conference Cup title. With their success in the cup, they are looking to win their league and win a promotion.
In their first ever season in 2019/20, the Men's 3s finished a respectable 3rd in division Midlands 4A. They are looking forward to competing as a team again and aiming to win their division.
The newly formed Womens 3s team compete in Midlands 3A division. Currently top of the division, they are looking for promotion in their debut BUCS season.
Men's Performance 1
In their breakout season, the Men's Performance 1s play in the Midlands Performance Fast4 league. The Fast4 league provides a chance for those who just miss out on BUCS teams to still play competitive tennis at University.
Women's Performance 1s
The Women's Performance 1st team, also in their debut season, as evident, play whatever the weather!