Parks Cup

The Parks Cup is a knock out cup competition for singles (mens and womens) and doubles (mens and womens, and mixed). Like the Parks League, the Parks Cup was first contested in 1930, and is open to all registered parks club players. All the finals take place on the same day at Queens Park Tennis Club in mid-July.

 

2020 Parks Cup Finals Day: Sat 18 July, at Queens Park.

2019 results

Ladies Singles
Fiona Lishman (Park Avenue) def. Raffaela Kurz (Blagss) 6-2, 7-6 [7-2]

Mens Singles
Seb Puga (Dyke) def. David Redinha (Hove) 6-0, 6-1

Ladies Doubles
Karin Hranicka (Park Avenue)/Raffaela Kurz (Blagss) def Sarah Brooking (King Alfred)/Marlou Schellevis (Blagss) 6-7, 7-6 [retired]

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Mens Doubles
Rob Bromley/Seb Puga (Dyke) def. Charlie Brown/Sam Waller-Carr (Queens) 6-0, 6-3

Mixed Doubles
Fiona Lishman/Jeff Taylor (Park Avenue) def. Sarah Brooking/Kisoran Moodley (King Alfred) [retired]

Vets Doubles
Amanda Tickel/Nick Saxon (Dyke) def
Marlou Schellevis/Jonathan Scriven (Blagss) 7-5, 7-5

Men’s Singles Plate
Douglas Queree (Queens) v Jonathan Scriven (Blagss)
3-6, 6-3, 6-3

All photos by Neil Stoddart @neilstoddart.

2018 Parks Cup winners
Men’s Singles: Seb Puga – Dyke
Ladies Singles: Evelin Potocnic – Queens
Men’s Doubles: Seb Puga/Martin Iglesias, Dyke
Ladies Doubles: Marlou Schellevis/S Brooking – Blagss/KA
Mixed Doubles: Joannah Davis/Fariss Barakat – Hove [above]
Vet’s Doubles: Marlou Schellevis/Jonathan Scriven – Blagss
Men’s Singles Plate: Nick Saxon – Dyke

See 2017 gallery here.

2017 Parks Cup winners
Men’s Singles: (Seb Puga – Dyke) [top left]
Men’s Singles Plate: 1st June onwards for all men defeated in the first two rounds of the Men’s Singles: (Rob Bromley – Dyke)
Ladies Singles: (Linda Nimi – Park Avenue)
Men’s Doubles: (Matt Hassell – KA/Andy Mullins – Saltdean)
Ladies Doubles: (Raffaela Kurz/Karin Hranicka – Blagss)
Mixed Doubles: (Joannah Davis/Fariss Barakat – Hove)
Vet’s Doubles: (Marlou Schellevis/Jonathan Scriven – KA)

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