Club Membership
9th of November 2013. Parkes community celebrate after their third attempt at a Guinness World Record for most people bouncing a tennis ball for 10 seconds. Mark Riedy.
Membership opens the door to a myriad of programs and benefits. Once Clubs, Associations and Centres become members, they can take advantage of a range of resources Tennis NSW provides.
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Club Programs
Kids Day @ Apia Sydney International Tennis Tournament. Sydney Australia 12-01-2015
Tennis NSW has a range of programs and opportunities for Member Clubs, Associations and Court Operators to take advantage of.
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Places to Play
GROUNDS during Day 7 of the 2015 Apia Sydney International played at Sydney Olympic Park Tennis Centre, Sydney, Australia, Saturday, 17 Jan 2015. Photo: Murray Wilkinson (SMP Images).
Tennis NSW aims to educate and work collectively with the state and local government, schools, community groups and Tennis Australia to encourage community, commercial and residential development that incorporates tennis facilities.
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Participation Leaders
Participation Leaders (formerly CTOs) are employed to work collaboratively with Members to better meet the needs and expectations of current and future tennis participants.
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Policies and Guidelines
<> on October 24, 2010 in Melbourne, Australia.
This section contains documents and guidelines relating to Tennis NSW, including the Annual Report, Constitution and By-Laws.
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Tennis Country
The role of Tennis Country is to review the operations of tennis in regional NSW.
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Tennis Sydney
The role of Tennis Sydney is to review the operations of tennis in metropolitan Sydney.
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