Ryde Balmain

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The North Western Suburbs Tennis Association was inaugurated in 1922. We are affiliated with Tennis NSW and the NSW Hardcourt Tennis Association. In 1977, we amalgamated with the Balmain Tennis Association. In 2009 we established the trading name ‘Ryde Balmain Tennis’ to better reflect the region we cater for.

Our Association maintains Tennis Centres located at Meadowbank, Ryde and Birchgrove.

Catering for social players, competition and coaching through the suburbs of Annandale, Balmain, Balmain East, Birchgrove, Boronia Park, Denistone, Denistone East, Drummoyne, East Ryde, Eastwood, Ermington, Gladesville, Glebe, Henley, Hunters-Hill, Ryde, Huntley’s Point, Leichhardt, Lilyfield, Meadowbank, Millers Point, North Ryde, Putney, Pyrmont, Rozelle, Tennyson, Ultimo, West Ryde, and Woolwich.



ATP Cup (3-12 Jan 2020)
tickets pre-sale

Australian Open 2020 tickets pre-sale


pdf1 Club Affiliation Discounts & Benefits 2019-2020



New Zealand Masters Games, February 2020


pdf1 Letter to Members, volunteers needed for committee



Active Kids:

parents, guardians & carers can still apply for a $100 voucher per calendar year for students for the registration, participation and membership costs for sport, fitness and active recreation activities. Click here for details.




SHOOSH For Kids : Show Respect to Kids and Officials

pdf1 Shoosh For Kids flyer


pdf1  We need volunteers ! 

Ryde-Balmain Tennis is now on Instagram !



Kangaroo Tennis:

men’s social group who play doubles tennis Tuesday evenings at Ryde tennis centre.

Enquiries welcome – Contact Alvin Maple – on Mob. 0407 278 836

pdf1 Kangaroo Tennis’s 30th Anniversary


pdf1 Greetings from our Meadowbank Social Group who play on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays 




The Association complies with the City of Ryde & Leichhardt Council’s no smoking policy and the Sate Government’s Smoke-free Sportsgrounds policy .
pdf1 NSW State Govt._Smoke-Free Sportsground Factsheet_Feb 2013


ITF rules now available online : Say good bye to disputed line calls, and heated exchanges at the net… the ITF rules of tennis are now available for everyone to view via the International Tennis Federation (ITF) website. Head to the following link to download your own copy of the 2010 Rules Of Tennis: http://www.itftennis.com/abouttheitf/rulesregs/rules.asp


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