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What are Free Tennis Days?

Free Tennis Days are about opening your club to your local community and encouraging people of all ages and abilities to pick up a racquet and have a hit.

256 towns around Australia will be aligned with a main draw player at Australian Open 2017 and by hosting a Free Tennis Day your town can go into the ballot to be one of them.  If that player wins the Australian Open your club could win up to $5000!

Find your nearest Free Tennis Day at: tennis.com.au/freetennisdays

Who can run a Free Tennis Days?

Any club who is affiliated with their State or Territory Member Association can take part.

What’s involved in Free Tennis Days?

Free Tennis Days are all about making tennis accessible in local communities and giving people a reason to pick up a racquet.

To achieve this, clubs should invite the local community to come and try tennis in a relaxed, fun and social atmosphere. Some examples of activities clubs may run on the day are:

  • ANZ Tennis Hot Shots
  • Fitbit Cardio Tennis
  • Free coaching sessions
  • Hit the target
  • Return the coach’s serve
  • Barbecue

Resources to help clubs run a successful day are available at tennis.com.au/hostafreetennisday

How do clubs register?

To register your clubs Free Tennis Day Click Here.  To ensure your Free Tennis Day kit arrives on time please register 12 days prior to their Free Tennis Day.

Why should clubs register?

Receive merchandise

On registration, clubs will receive a merchandise pack complete with giveaways and promotional items to enhance their Free Tennis Day experience. The pack includes:

  • Red Balls (12)
  • Orange Balls (12)
  • Green Balls (12)
  • Tennis Towels (2)
  • 25″ Hot Shots Racquets (10)
  • Play anywhere nets (50)
  • Vibration dampeners (50)
  • Temporary ‘I Love Tennis’ tattoos (24)
  • Sweatbands (12)
  • Tennis Stressballs (24)

Score an Australian Open player for your town

256 towns around Australia will be aligned with a main draw player at Australian Open 2017 and by hosting a Free Tennis Day your town can go into the ballot to be one of them.  If that player wins the Australian Open your club could win up to $5000!

What resources are available to help clubs run a successful event?

Key resources include:

  • A guide to running a successful Free Tennis Day
  • A media alert template
  • Promotional poster
  • Photo consent, keep in touch forms
  • Event signage and more!

A full list of downloadable resources is available at tennis.com.au/hostafreetennisday

Where do I find out more?

All the information you need is online at tennis.com.au/hostafreetennisday, or contact your Participation Leader.

 

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