|Association / Organisation||Tennis Australia|
Tennis is a racket sport that can be played individually against a single opponent (singles) or between two teams of two players each (doubles).
Tennis provides countless physical benefits for all those that play, including hand-eye coordination, gross motor, balance and body coordination, all the while building acceleration, speed, leg strength, agility and flexibility.
Tennis is widely available across all of Australia, from modified tennis for kids to the fitness-inspired cardio tennis, wheelchair tennis, social tennis, Fast4 Tennis, over 35s, club competitions and tournaments, there is a tennis format to suit everyone. There are even free tennis events running throughout the year, so there is no excuse not to get involved in this great sport.
Tennis Australia can help you connect to a range of opportunities along the wheelchair tennis pathway from the novice through to elite; through clubs, coaches and wheelchair tennis hubs and their programs for all wheelchair ability. There is wheelchair loaning opportunities and a full tournament calendar of events across Australia.
Bringing together a variety of cardio workouts and a range of fun tennis drills, Fitbit Cardio Tennis is all about quick fitness and great tunes. Every Fitbit Cardio Tennis session is open to players of all ages and abilities. You don’t even have to be good at tennis to get involved. In fact, it doesn’t matter if you’ve never played before.
There are also plenty of ways to get involved in tennis that don’t require swinging a racquet. These include being a ball kid, official, umpire, volunteering and coaching.
To find how to get involved in one of the many opportunities in tennis, get in contact with us today.