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Tennis NSW are committed to embracing diversity by ensuring our sport and events welcoming, safe and inclusive for everyone. We believe that being inclusive is reflecting the diversity of our local communities and that everyone should have the opportunity to be included and engaged through tennis in a way that is positive and meaningful for them.

Tennis NSW provide more accessibility and opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to participate and engage in tennis through implementation of Indigenous participation programs, events, educating clubs and coaches and providing pathway opportunities.

INDIGENOUS PARTICIPATION PILOT PROGRAMS

Through Category 4 of the ATP Cup Legacy Fund, a partnership with Tennis NSW and the NSW Government, pilot Indigenous participation programs are currently being delivered in the following locations:

  • Westside Tennis Club – Northern NSW
  • Shoalhaven Tennis Club – Southern NSW

We have partnered with Western Sydney University to support us in the evaluation of these programs which will support the ongoing development and expansion of these programs across NSW.

NSW & ACT Indigenous Tennis Carnivals

The 2022 National Indigenous Tennis Carnival will be held on the 4 & 5 June 2022. This event is open for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people who already play tennis at a local or competitive level.

Over the two days, the carnival celebrates youth, culture and sport through the delivery of  a variety of cultural activities, discussions and tennis.

Participating in this event provides the 0pportunity to be selected to represent NSW at the National Indigenous Tennis Carnival to be held in Darwin in Aug, 2022.

Scan the QR code or click here to register!

If you would like further information, please contact at Kyah Jones at [email protected]

National Indigenous Tennis Carnival

Tennis NSW supports the annual National Indigenous Tennis Carnival held at the Darwin International Tennis Centre, The carnival celebrates youth, culture, music, food and sport through the delivery of tennis, cultural activities and workshops.

The carnival has two types of competitions available, participation and performance to allow participants of all abilities aged between 10-18 years to be involved. To find out more, visit National Indigenous Tennis Carnival.

Evonne Goolagong Foundation

The Evonne Goolagong Foundation is the realisation of Evonne’s dream for life after the pro tour. To give as many Indigenous children the opportunity to be the best they can be. The Evonne Goolagong Foundation uses tennis as a vehicle to attract Indigenous girls and boys in order to promote and help provide high quality education and better health through diet and exercise.

For more information visit http://www.evonnegoolagongfoundation.org.au/