Competition winners announced
Two Tennis Australia coaches will attend the USPTA World Coaches Conference, while one lucky ANZ Tennis Hot Shots Community Play coordinator has scored tickets to the Australian Open 2019 men's singles final.
Tennis Australia coaches were asked to complete a survey throughout May and June to gain a better understanding of how National Programs are being delivered at venues around the country. The survey asked questions around both ANZ Tennis Hot Shots program and Fitbit Cardio Tennis.
Tennis Australia gave coaches the opportunity to enter a competition as part of completing the survey, offering a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for two coaches to attend the 2018 USPTA World Coaches Conference in New York.
Tim Robinson from Townsville, Queensland and Alison Seib from Orange, New South Wales won the competition by answering ‘in 25 words or less why would you like to attend the conference.’ They head to New York next month for the four-day USPTA World Conference and both winners have decided to stay on after the conference to enjoy some live action at the US Open. Congratulations to Tim and Alison, we hope they have a fantastic time soaking up all that the USPTA conference has to offer.
Tennis Australia Community Play coordinators were asked to complete a survey throughout May and June to gain a better understanding of how ANZ Tennis Hot Shots Community Play and Match Play programs are being delivered at venues around the country.
Tennis Australia gave Community Play coordinators the opportunity to enter a competition as part of completing the survey, offering a chance to attend the 2019 Australian Open men’s final.
Breanna Eldridge, from Dimboola, Victoria, won the competition by answering ‘in 25 words or less why would you like to win this prize’ to win tickets to the Australian Open 2019 men’s final in Melbourne. Congratulations to Breanna, we hope that she has an incredible weekend at the Australian Open next year.