Played across Sydney’s eastern suburbs, the Eastern Suburbs Tennis Association's Sunday Competition (ESTC Comp) is played at 8am or 10am at different ESTA member clubs. While competitive, the competition contains many grades to cater to all playing standards.
Each grade consists of 5 or 6 teams that play 2 singles and 2 doubles sets, with each team playing twice against each other each season in a round robin. The top four teams go through to the semi-finals, followed by finals held at the end of the season. The ESTC Comp is unisex, so teams can be mixed, with both men and women in a single team.
To join a team or enter as a team please select the tab 'Play ESTC' and complete the application form. You can also visit and like the Jensen's Sunday ESTA Comp Facebook Page for more information.
1st Doubles, 1st Singles, 2nd Singles, 2nd Doubles
Home & Away Games
Finding a Reserve
All competition players must be current CCT advantage members. Fees include new 4 ball can each home match (players can keep balls)
Q: How many competitions are held throughout the year?
A: 3 Seasonal Competitions
Q: Do I need to become a member of City Community Tennis?
A: Yes, players must be current advantage members of City Community Tennis to play for City Community Tennis
Q: How many Divisions are there?
A: It can change depending on how many teams are fielded in each competition
Q: How many weeks does the competition run for?
A: Approximately 12 weeks. 10 rounds, Semi’s and Finals
Q: What time do I play?
A: Sunday 8-10am or 10-12pm
Q: How many players are in a team?
A: 2-4 players per team
Q: Can 3 team members play on the day of competition?
A: No. Only 2 players can play on the day
Q: How much does it cost to enter?
A: See our pricing page
Q: How many Home and Away matches are there?
A: 5 Home and 5 Away matches. (Semis & Finals are vary depending on courts availability)
Q: What standard do I need to be to participate?
A: The minimum standard required to participate in a team is NRN 6 (High Intermediate). Click here for more information on National Ratings Number (NRN)
Q: Where can I find the full competition rules?
A: You can find the full Eastern Suburbs Tennis Association Competition Rules > here
if you don't already have a player rating at City Community Tennis you will need to be graded by one of our experienced staff before you can compete in any of our Competitions. Please note grading sessions are not suitable for beginners.
There are several ways to be graded:
Please complete the details below so we can best place you and or your team in the right division. Please note you may be directed to book a grading session (private lesson, group class or one of our monthly grading sessions) before we can enter you in the Eastern Suburbs Sunday Competition. If you are graded beginner or Low Intermediate you won't be able to play Sunday comp as the minimum player level is Intermediate.