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Canberra This Summer

CANBERRA TENNIS CENTRE Canberra Tennis Centre is excited to host the APIS Canberra International between January 05 to 12, 2020!  Though hours are varying across the December and January Summer Holidays, Canberra Tennis Centre will be open for members and non members to book across most days. Leading up to December 23, hours are as READ MORE +

General Sydney

Sydney This Summer

SYDNEY OLYMPIC PARK Sydney Olympic Park  is open until Monday, December 23! Meaning courts are still available to hire, Cardio Tennis is running and lessons go all the way up until Saturday, 21 December, 2019. Between Monday, December 23 through to Friday, January 17, there is no access as we bump in for the Sydney International. READ MORE +

General Melbourne

Melbourne Venues This Summer

ALBERT RESERVE Albert Reserve is open all the way until Monday, December 23! Meaning courts are still available to hire, Cardio Tennis is running Monday to Friday nights and kids camps are on between December 16 and 19. Between Monday, December 23 through to Wednesday, January 6, there is no access as we bump in for READ MORE +

Darwin General

Darwin This Wet Season

DARWIN TENNIS CENTRE Over December and January, though Darwin Tennis Centre will not be staffed, casual players are still able to hire a court 24/7 through out Book-A-Court system. From Monday, 16 December 2019, the Darwin Tennis Centre will be not be staffed until Tuesday, 21 January, 2020. The centre will be opening up from READ MORE +

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Tennis Lab

Tennis World is fortunate to have access to cutting edge technology Tennis Lab.  Tennis Lab is a system which assists players in selecting the most suitable racquet and string, giving players their best shot at success. The world class technology combines a blend of Hawk-Eye, age and playing ability data with your intended goals. This READ MORE +

Darwin General

National Indigenous Tennis Carnival

Tennis World was proud to host the second, four-day National Indigenous Tennis Carnival 2019 in Darwin, which took place on the 31st of August, launched by tennis legend Evonne Goolagong Cawley. The carnival aims to celebrate the cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, while seeking to encourage Indigenous kids throughout Australia to pick up READ MORE +