Want to give back to the sport and get involved as an official? Tennis Australia is running a number of courses in Tasmania in coming weeks.
Think you have what it takes to become a line umpire? Sign up to become qualified.
|Date||Venue||Course type||Start time||End time|
|Saturday, 2 March 2019||Domain Tennis Centre||Long Line Level D Accreditation||10am||4pm|
|Sunday, 17 March 2019||Launceston Regional Tennis Centre||Long Line Level D Accreditation||10am||4pm|
|Saturday, 23 March 2019||Domain Tennis Centre||Long Line Level D Accreditation||10am||4pm|
Being a court supervisor is a great way to be involved in tennis at the grassroots level. It involves being responsible for monitoring a number of courts at a tournament or competition, assisting in the smooth running of an event, as well as educating players, parents and coaches. The minimum age for a court supervisor is 18.
|Venue||Course||Start time||End time||Practical date options|
|Saturday, 13 April 2019||Domain Tennis Centre||Court Supervisor Level C||10am||1pm||Sunday, 14 April 2019||Monday, 15 April 2019|
|Saturday, 13 April 2019||Launceston Regional Tennis Centre||Court Supervisor Level C||10am||1pm||Saturday, 20 April 2019||Sunday, 21 April 2019|
|Monday, 22 April 2019||Burnie Tennis Club||Court Supervisor Level C||5pm||8pm||Tuesday, 23 April 2019||Wednesday, 24 April 2019|
From ball kids to officials
There are also a number of courses, held in Melbourne, for former ball kids looking to stay involved as officials.