EVERYONE IS WELCOME TO JOIN A TENNIS WORLD SOCIAL LEAGUE, NO MATTER YOU LEVEL OF EXPERIENCE.
Social Leagues provide an opportunity Tennis World members and non-members to challenge themselves in a relaxed competition environment. Competitions run during weekday evenings and weekend mornings at Canberra Tennis Centre and entrants have the option of both singles and doubles grades. Competitors will verse others of a similar standard in a round robin competition. That means you get multiple matches against multiple opponents, every week.
Enter with a doubles partner, a group of friends, get your workmates to join you or enter as an individual. The qualified Tennis World staff will allocate you to the most suitable competition.
Social Leagues are perfect if you are looking to play in a social and friendly environment, meet some new friends or improve your tennis skills.
Adult Singles League
Adult Doubles League
Tennis ACT Pennant
COMPETITION DESIGNED TO ENCOURAGE HIGH STANDARDS OF PLAY IN A POSITIVE, INTER-CLUB RIVALRY ENVIRONMENT
Tennis World Canberra members can participate in the statewide pennant. Build up points with a goal of gaining as many points as possible. Each team member will be play one, 3 set match per week. Win the match, get the points. Watch your teams members catch a break, break back or be broken, cheering them on all the way.
With finals at the end of every season, the Tennis Victoria Pennant is the perfect Saturday afternoon activity for you and your mates. There are two competitions, Mens and Ladies. Remember, to join the Tennis World team, you must be a member.
ANZ Tennis Hot Shots Match Play
MATCH PLAY IS A FUN AND SOCIAL WAY FOR KIDS TO GET INTO TEAM TENNIS, LEARN THE BASICS OF GAME PLAY AND EXPERIENCE WHAT IT’S LIKE TO PLAY A MATCH.
If your child has already undertaken at least two terms of ANZ Tennis Hot Shots Coaching, ANZ Tennis Hot Shots Match Play is a whole new level of fun. Match Play teams are made up of both boys and girls with two or more players per team. Match Play seasons align with the school term and run for six to eight weeks.