Are you interested in furthering your tennis skills? As well as mainstream tennis clubs we are establishing a number of tennis development hubs that have completed awareness training around the inclusion of deaf and hard of hearing participants. These hubs are also run by tennis coaches who work with participants with various ranges of hearing losses.
If you are interested in the deaf tennis competitive pathway, we have established development hubs – you can check out the locations of these facilities below.
|NSW||National Academy – NSW||Rod Laver Drive, Sydney Olympic Park, NSW 2127||Steve Manley||0411 396 520
|QLD||Queensland Tennis Centre||190 King Arthur Terrace, Tennyson, QLD 4105||Alison Scott||0405 558 172
|Dan Norris||TennisWorld||Albert Park||VIC||[email protected]|
|Vicky Lee||Doncaster TC||Doncaster||VIC||[email protected]|
|Glen Flindell||Bundoora TC||Bundoora||VIC||[email protected]|
|Rob Hilbig||Dandenong TC||Dandenong||VIC||[email protected]|
|Stefan Visser||Keilor TC||Keilor||VIC||[email protected]|
|Sean Tsai||City Community Tennis||Surry Hills||NSW||[email protected]|
|John Lui||Lui Tennis||Mosman||NSW||[email protected]|
|Jamie Zafir||Matthew Flinders Anglican College||Mooloolaba||QLD||[email protected]|
|Tim Low||Bayside Tennis Coaching||Redland Bay||QLD||[email protected]|
|James Rapkins||Canterbury College||Logan||QLD||[email protected]|
|Glen Bowe||Positive Fit Tennis||Gold Coast||QLD||positivefitte[email protected]|
|Ian Malpass||Malpass Tennis||South-East QLD||QLD||[email protected]|