After a great summer of Australia tennis its time to get back on Far North Queensland Courts and after the weekend we had a few clubs get in early with their open days to start the new year.
Woree tennis club held a open day, with a great turn out of 30 hotshots enthusiasts the club ran a low key day making sure the kids got a great experience for many of which was their first time getting on to a tennis court and experiencing tennis.
There were some others held over the first weekend of February, Clifton Beach had a sign on day Saturday with plenty of hotshots, speedserve and a exhibition match showcasing their best club player Rico Saayman.
Baseline tennis also held sign on days at each of their three venues Innisfail tennis Club, Tully Tennis Club and Mission beach Tennis Club. With a total of 37 new players signed up to hotshots programs out of the possible 48 total kids that came to at least one of the sign on days. Keeping it short and sharp the kids had a great time getting to run around in the great weather the weekend provided.
Below are a couple of pictures from a couple of the events.
Above: Woree Tennis Club
Above mission beach, Tully and Innisfail action Shots