The Name of the Club
1. The Club shall be called the Seniors' (formerly Veterans - changed March 2013) Lawn Tennis Club of Great Britain.
The Objects of the Club
2. The Club shall be called the Seniors' Lawn Tennis Club of Great Britain.
- To encourage the playing of lawn tennis for the love and enjoyment of the game.
- To encourage lawn tennis players who have reached the age of 35 to continue to play the game.
- To arrange matches between the Club and other teams at home and abroad.
Membership of the Club
3. The membership of the Club shall consist of:
- The President
- Life Vice-Presidents
- Ordinary Members and
- Honorary Members
all of whom are lawn tennis players who have reached the age of 35.
Qualifications for Ordinary Membership
4. Ordinary Members shall be lawn tennis players who are British subjects or citizens of the Republic of Ireland and, at the time of their election, are permanent residents of the British Isles. Such players shall be eligible for Ordinary Membership only if they have:
- played (in singles or doubles) in The Championships at Wimbledon; or
- been a finalist in a senior level event (including veterans' event) at a lawn tennis tournament sanctioned by the Lawn Tennis Association; or
- won a championship or level competition organised by an affiliated County Lawn Tennis Association; or
- won a Services (including the Civil Service) championship; or
- been awarded colours for representing their county during the Inter-County Week or in the Winter Singles Competition or veteran Inter-County Competition; or
- represented their Country in an international competition sanctioned by the Lawn Tennis Association
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