Duke 4Sport

The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award

Tennis NSW is proud to support The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award, a global youth development program empowering young Australians aged 14-24 to explore their full potential regardless of their location or circumstance.

We offer a range of diverse and enjoyable opportunities for Duke of Ed Participants across NSW to complete their Physical Recreation, Skills and Voluntary Service sections at all levels of the Award.

Our experienced and skilled members meet Working with Children Check requirements and are willing to be a Participant’s Duke of Ed Assessor.

Young people who participate in this program:

  • Are equipped and empowered to achieve their personal best
  • Learn to take responsibility for their goals and choices
  • Become connected to and actively engaged within their immediate community
  • Make a real difference to society through their positive contributions and involvement
  • Learn to persevere and overcome barriers to success
  • Learn important life skills
  • Increase their career opportunities.


  Eligibility Skills Voluntary Service Physical Recreation
Tennis NSW Future Leaders Program Year 9-10

Ballkid Program Ages

Community Officiating 15+


TA Learn 2 Lead Program Girls or gender diverse individuals aged 14-18 years

Participation Coaching Course 15+

TNSW Youth Advisory group 14-21 years

Tennis NSW Event Volunteering

  • NSW Open
  • Todd Woodbrige Cup State Final
  • Events for players with disability (Adaptive Tennis)

United Cup Event Volunteering Ages 16+

Tennis Programs (Group Coaching, Cardio tennis, Pop Tennis) All Ages

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Competitive play

  • Tournaments
  • Leagues/Competitions
  • UTR Match Play


All Ages

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Club Volunteering

  • Competition administration
  • Volunteer Coaching
  • Venue Maintenance
  • Social Media Content creation
  • Club Projects


Check with your local tennis club.

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Be Involved

To complete your Physical Recreation, Skills and/or Voluntary Service sections with Tennis NSW, first register to become an Award Participant with a Duke of Ed Award Centre or a NSW Open Award Centre. Secondly, to complete all the Physical Recreation, Skills and/or Voluntary Service sections mandatory requirements with a Tennis NSW club/association, please get in contact with your local tennis venue. Search to find your local venue today.