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Sweeny, Schoolkate to clash in 18/u final
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Dane Sweeny in action during the 18/u Australian Championships at the December Showdown. (Getty Images)No.2 seed Dane Sweeny survives a thrilling semifinal to set up a title match with No.1 seed Tristan Schoolkate, while Charlotte Kempenaers-Pocz scores an upset win in the 18/u…
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Preston, Culley storm into 14/u semifinals
2 hours ago

Taylah Preston in action during the 14/u Australian Championships at the December Showdown. (Getty Images)Top two seeds Taylah Preston and Jessie Culley continue their strong form at the 14/u Australian Championships, while the boys' semifinals were also set on Friday.
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Australian Schools Tennis Challenge takes over Albury
4 hours ago

Kelvin Grove State College, champions of the girls' event at the Australian Schools Tennis Challenge in Albury.Some of Australia’s best young tennis talent took over Albury’s grass courts in late November for the annual Australian Schools Tennis Challenge.
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Zhang into quarters at Asia-Pacific Wildcard Play-off
7 hours ago

Zhang Ze in action during the Asia- Pacific Wildcard Play-off in Zhuhai, China. (Photo: Elizabeth Bai/Tennis Australia)Local favorite Zhang Ze advances to the quarterfinals at the Australian Open 2020 Asia-Pacific Wildcard Play-off on Thursday.
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Free tennis near you
We’ve got free tennis events running all over the country throughout the year. More events are added daily, so you’ll be sure to find an event nearby.
Safeguarding children
Tennis Australia has a zero tolerance approach to any form of child abuse and is committed to ensuring the sport of tennis is a safe and friendly environment for children and young people.
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Cardio Tennis
Forget doubles. This triples your fitness fun. Burn calories, increase your fitness and improve your game at the same time in this fun, music-fuelled group workout.
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ANZ Tennis Hot Shots
ANZ Tennis Hot Shots is a game just for kids, with lighter racquets and low compression balls that don’t bounce as high.
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