Policies & Guidelines
TRANSGENDER INCLUSION GUIDELINES FOR COMMUNITY TENNIS
We want our tennis community to reflect the rich diversity of our population, and to create a culture where everybody feels safe and included. You can find information about what we’re doing to make our sport a more welcoming, safe, and accessible place for all by clicking here
Please refer to our Member Protection Policy by clicking here
WORKING WITH CHILDREN CHECK
The Working With Children Check is a State mandatory requirement for all Clubs/Centres and Associations. Please click here for further information.
RECOGNITION & AWARDS POLICY
This policy ensures that there is a well governed and inclusive process behind the recognition of the hardworking members of our tennis community. The new policy includes recognition in three categories, being Life Membership, Hall of Fame and Legend.
This policy includes an Assessment Sub Committee which will be made up of both Life Members and TNSW Board Members. Life Members Mick Parslow & John Whittaker have agreed to be on this inaugural committee.
Please click here to refer to the Tennis Australia Whistleblower Policy.
CODE OF BEHAVIOUR POLICY
We are committed to protecting the integrity of tennis and ensuring we provide a healthy and positive environment for players to compete in. Improving the behaviour of players and spectators at tournaments and competitions is a major element of this. V
TENNIS NSW DISCIPLINARY TRIBUNAL
The Tennis NSW Disciplinary Tribunal Panel is an independently appointed body which acts under the Tennis NSW Tribunal Guidelines in conjunction with the Tennis Australia Code of Behaviour.
The Tribunal’s primary aim is to ensure that the Rules of Tennis are adhered to and that the integrity of the sport is kept at a high. Anyone appearing before the Tribunal will be given a fair hearing in accordance to the principles of Natural Justice.
If you witness an incident which brings the game into disrepute or damages the game’s integrity, please contact Martin Oosthuysen on [email protected] or phone (02) 9024 7600.
EXTREME WEATHER POLICY
This policy is designed to protect competitive tennis players from injury and illness that may result by playing tennis in extreme weather conditions.
Below is a collection of governance documents and publications related to Tennis NSW.
Feel free to download and browse, if you require any assistance please contact Tennis NSW on (02) 9024 7600.
Information relating to the National Insurance Program can be found here
TENNIS NSW ANNUAL REPORTS
The 2018/19 Annual Report is available here
The 2017/18 Annual Report is available here
The 2016/17 Annual Report is available here
The 2015/16 Annual Report is available here
The 2014/15 Annual Report is available here
The 2013/14 Annual Report is available here