11 March 2022 | Tennis NSW

Tennis NSW is lucky to have Casey Dellacqua leading on strategies to engage women and girls in tennis and provide them with opportunities to feel connected and enjoy the health and social benefits of our sport.

Since Casey joined the Tennis NSW team as the Women and Girls Lead in 2020, she has made amazing strides in the development of our Sheroes network, connecting hundreds of women from across the NSW tennis community and providing them with education and resources to assist with their personal and professional development. Notably, in 2021 Casey inducted four Regional Leads to grow the network further and provide more resources and support to the women in regional communities.

Casey has worked with Tennis Australia to develop key women and girls initiatives all across the country and continues to be a voice and advocate for women and girls in tennis.

Congratulations Casey, we are excited to work towards further growing the Sheroes and Junior Sheroes networks and provide some exciting opportunities for women and girls on the court, in coaching, volunteering and officiating in 2022.

Thanks to the NSW Government for this recognition and for their support for our Women and Girls initiatives through Her Sport Her Way and the ATP Cup Legacy Fund.