Community Officiating Program
Tennis Queensland has identified the current number of officials across the state is alarming. There is a high risk that tournaments will not have accredited officials present in the near future unless we act.
Become an Official
Do you want to be part of the sport you love? Then why not become a tennis official.
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Learn about the Community

Meet Katie Mckellar
“I have always had a love of the game and officiating has only furthered that. With tennis, it gives back in dividends. I feel like I am a part of this wider group and tennis family of everyone who comes together to make a tournament a success. I am lucky to have met so many wonderful people along the way.”
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Scott Cunliffe
Meet Scott Cunliffe
“This is probably because of my coaching background, but for me, my favourite thing is seeing the penny drop for a child on a particular rule or aspect of tennis. When they realise that they need to hit the ball before the second bounce and then you see them adapt and change their game"
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Meet Toni Griffin
"When I first started, my goal was to officiate at the Australian Open. This ‘career’ has been so much more. If you love the game, give officiating a chance. Officiating is evolving and the days are long, but the rewards can be so much more."
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