Play Your Way to Wimbledon (previously called the "Road to Wimbledon") is the biggest junior tournament in British tennis and gives all junior players the opportunity to progress through to compete on the world-famous grass courts at Wimbledon.
The first stage of the competition takes place in local clubs, parks and schools and all are encouraged to enter and stage a fun, sociable tournament for their members/pupils who have a World Tennis Number between 20.0 and 40.9.
The big change from 2022 is that whilst the singles competition is still limited to 11 to 14 year-olds, there is now a doubles competition for those players aged between 11 and 18 and one for adults.
The winners of the Single events will progress to their respective County Finals whilst the Doubles winners will progress to a Regional Final.
The winners of each County and Regional Final will be invited to compete on the grass courts at Wimbledon in August at the National Finals.
What are the Benefits?
Compete in a fun, social competition at your venue specifically for junior players
Be part of the biggest tennis tournament in the UK
All players receive a Wimbledon certificate and prize for competing in their venue event
Opportunity to qualify for your County or Regional Finals and, if you win, play at Wimbledon.
2023 Avon Play Your Way to Wimbledon The winners were:
Singles Finals (14U)
Boys - Alfie Hatcliff (Bishop Sutton Tennis Club)
Girls - Emma Fitzgerald (Kings Tennis Club)
Doubles Finals (18U)
Boys - Liam Filer & Guillaume Mahieu-Wedande
Girls - Eva Haynes & Tilly Sellek
Doubles Finals (Adults)
Men's - Jamie Blunt & Jack Ritchie
Women's - Nicola Keller & Helen Williams