Special Events

Special Tennis Events For Kids & Families

Every term Tennis For Kids puts on Special Events to help families enjoy and engage with tennis.

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  • INTER SCHOOL TENNIS CUP at The Gap Health & Racquet Club

    Sunday 9th May, 16th May, 6th June & 13th June 

    Children enrol individually and will be put into a school team by our administration staff.

    Participating schools are Ashgrove SS, Hilder Road SS, Payne Road SS, Rainworth SS, St Joseph’s Bardon, St Peter Chanel, The Gap SS.

    TOTAL EVENT COST = $70 PER CHILD (includes 4 days play and Tennis For Kids T-Shirt) 

    CLICK HERE TO ENROL in the ISTC if your child is RED BALL or in GRADES 1 to 3.

    CLICK HERE TO ENROL in the ISTC if your child is ORANGE BALL or in GRADES 4 or 5.

    CLICK HERE TO ENROL in the ISTC if your child is GREEN BALL or in GRADES 5 or 6.

  • PARENT & CHILD EVENT at the Queensland Tennis Centre

    SUNDAY 23RD MAY 3PM-6PM (Suitable for children of all standards 6 years and older)

    Program includes 2 hours of tournament play where parents partner with their children followed by a NOT TO BE MISSED SPECIAL GUEST INTERVIEW WITH ROB BARTY.

    At 5pm, following the tennis, Mr Robert Barty (Tennis Queensland Director and father of World #1 Ash Barty) will join us for a chat on Pat Rafter Arena.  In this special setting, Rob will provide all families with a very unique and personal insight into how Ash’s career developed – It’s an incredible story!

    ,,,,,,,As a young child Ash Barty loved sport.  At 4 years of age she started playing tennis and by the age of 15 was a Junior Wimbledon Champion!  3 years later at 18 years, Ash quit tennis and walked away.  2 years later she returned to tennis and at the age of 23 won her first Grand Slam singles event and became World #1.


    Please be aware we have limited capacity for this event.  Book early to avoid disappointment.

    CLICK HERE TO ENROL in the PARENT & CHILD EVENT at the Queensland Tennis Centre.