Tennis NSW

About Us

Tennis NSW is a member based not-for-profit organisation charged with growing, developing and promoting the Sport throughout NSW.  As the central administrative body of tennis in NSW, it is our role to manage, coordinate, promote, and unify the diverse facets of this great sport.The Board and senior management team updated the organisations strategy in March 2014, to align our business further with parent body Tennis Australia and to capitalise on the changing sporting and recreation landscape and consumer needs and expectations in Tennis.

Our objective remains – To help everyone in NSW have fun playing Tennis for life (more people playing more tennis for longer). This will be supported by our strategic priorities, which are:

  • Governance – Deliver best practice governance and management of TNSW
  • Participation – More people playing tennis
  • Places to Play (Facilities) – Stimulate investment in local infrastructure, and create effective management of tennis clubs and centres
  • Tournaments – Provide a high quality competitive tournament environment that is safe and attractive for players and families
  • Performance – Support and supplement Tennis Australia to develop grand slam champions from NSW
  • Engagement – Successfully engage our stakeholders, participants and fans
  • SOPTC – Develop a best practice and financially sustainable state tennis centre for the people of NSW

Our strategy will be underpinned by continued focus on our key enablers:

  • Great volunteers
  • Successful and appropriately qualified tennis coaches
  • Properly resourced and well managed tennis centres/facilities
  • A great working relationship with Tennis Australia and other state and territory member associations
  • Strategic partnerships with like minded organisations (including government)
  • User friendly IT systems and databases
  • Experienced and skilled Board and Staff members
  • Well targeted marketing and effective communications

Click here to download the updated Tennis NSW Strategic Plan