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Here at the Y Leisure City, tennis lovers, social players and competitive players can enjoy tennis all year round with our five indoor tennis courts.
For the kids, our tennis team offer the Tennis Australia range of programs, including:
- Hot Shots Tennis (4 to 10-year-olds)
- Little Aces program for 2 to 5-year-olds.
Our fitness-based program Cardio Tennis will get your blood pumping and keep your tennis skills sharp! We offer sessions during our childcare hours to keep your little ones busy.
We run competitions during the week for men, women, juniors and teams.
Private coaching is also available for those looking to fast-track their learning!
The Y Leisure City is a proud member of Tennis Victoria and Tennis Australia.
Getting started with tennis lessons
We complete a tennis assessment for anyone starting tennis lessons at the Y Leisure City.
The assessment usually takes 10 minutes. We assess skills including forehand, backhand, serving and volleying. Our coaches can then determine the appropriate class for you or your child.
To schedule an assessment, call 03 9401 2222 or submit a request and team member will contact you to confirm a date and time.
Preparing for your tennis assessment
Please arrive at least 5 minutes before the assessment is due to start. Wear comfortable clothing and remove any jewellery. We also suggest that you bring a drink bottle.
We can provide a racquet for the assessment. However, you will need your own raquet for lessons.
Parents are welcome to observe the assessment from the parents viewing area.
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