Professional coaches from Wentworth Tennis regularly attend various schools around the local area to deliver classes. Please see our Hot Shots page for modified tennis programs for kids.
Wentworth Tennis Director Stephen Day runs the tennis program at Waverley College senior school on Birrell St Waverley. CAS team trainings from year 7 up to Opens. Saturday matches are against the following schools, St Aloysius, Barker College, Cranbrook School, Knox Grammar School, Trinity Grammar School and other schools on an informal basis also. The Waverley College junior school team train and play during the summer months. Saturday matches are played against schools including St Patricks College, Sydney Grammar, Riverview, The Kings School, The Scots College and Shore.
The teachers at Woollahra Public bring their students to our centre each Friday for their weekly sports session. Our coaches run the kids through their paces and teach them the fundamentals of the game of tennis from beginner level, up to the more advanced players in an enjoyable environment.
We are also lucky enough to have one of our senior coaches in Carmel Meachen being the junior development coach at The Scots College Bellevue Hill. Bringing a wealth of knowledge from the boys program at the college Carmel also has that passion with us at Trumper Park. The junior teams also train at Trumper Park Tennis Centre selected afternoons in preparation for their Saturday matches. Over the years our top boys at Waverley College have also played trial matches against the 1st and 2nd teams from Scots and enjoyed their hospitality too.
Ascham brings teams to visit our centre at Trumper Park every term of the year for training and play their weekly Saturday matches in summer against various other girls schools from around Sydney at Trumper Park. The girls visit with coaching staff which is just a short walk from us to be put through their paces in preparation during the week. Every year we also enjoy helping host the annual Ascham Tennis Day which is a fun day for the girls and their parents at our venue.
During the summer season, tennis teams from Kambala Rose Bay visit our centre at Trumper Park to train for their Saturday matches against various other girls schools from around Sydney. It's great to see some of the best female junior talent on display in the early mornings right here at our beautiful location in Paddington.
Another girls school has recently started working with us, SCEGGS Darlinghurst bring their girls up to prepare for Saturday matches. The girls teams go through all the basic technical and tactical fundamentals to help them get to the next level and progress them as players. Our coaching team help deliver the best tennis experience for each individual and the team as a whole.
Tennis is a great addition to any school sport program for all ages, please also see our Hot Shots page for details on modified tennis for children from 3 to 12 years of age. Our coaches are extremely experienced and would be an asset to any school program from raw beginners right up to the most advanced tournament level players.
For more information, please email Steve email@example.com
ANZ Tennis Hot Shots, Tennis Australia’s official kids’ starter program, follows the worldwide trend towards modified competitions for kids to help them learn to play tennis. The program targets kids 5-12 years of age who are not yet able to play competitive tennis on a full sized court with a regular tennis ball. We are Tennis Australia Endorsed MLC Hot Shots Provider. This program is a great way to introduce tennis to school students and we have programs ranging from kindergarten through to year 6. Take the worry out of arranging transport and wet weather and have our qualified coaches come to your school and set up Hot Shots for you.
The Hot shots program concentrates on kids actually playing real tennis matches in a fun and competitive learning environment which nurtures both tennis related and personal development. The Hot Shots program makes playing the game very achievable for kids with the use of modified balls, courts and racquets. By using the modified equipment kids will benefit from improving their ball tracking, getting into position, controlling, and co-ordinate there body to execute their strokes and at the same time learning to put together sequences of shots, maintain a rally, how to out play an opponent by varying shots, and how to maintain consistency and concentration levels throughout a match. This will in turn help with their confidence and self esteem.
We are especially excited to be offering this program as we feel it opens up the game of tennis to younger players whose only option previously was to have tennis coaching lessons. As such, we think the Hot Shots program will be the perfect compliment to any tennis coaching already undertaken as it gives them an opportunity to put the skills they are learning into practice as well as learn new skills that will therefore hasten their progress in the sport.
School sport coordinators wishing to find out more information regarding the tennis in schools ANZ Hot Shots Program should contact us via email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Steve on 02 9363-4955.