Make your club a safe, inclusive and equitable environment across all aspects of the sport (coaching, playing and administrating), regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, ability or sexual orientation. Engage more players with the help of our resources.

To find out about running inclusive programs and events in your area contact [email protected] or your local Club Development Officer.

Blind and Low Vision
Visual Impairment_SMALLBlind Tennis can be played with bell balls and is now played at local clubs across the country. Click here for more information on classification, modified equipment and pathways.
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Deaf and Hard of Hearing
Hearing Impairment_SMALLLooking for more information on unique talent pathways, classifications and playing opportunities for players who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing? Find out more here.
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First Nations
National Indigenous Tennis CarnivalDoes your club actively welcome your local Aboriginal Community and acknowledge the Traditional Custodians on the land you play and meet? 
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Gender Equity
LGBTI_SMALLWant to attract more women and girls to your club but not sure where to start? This handbook aims to help clubs with some ideas on how we, as a sport, can be more welcoming, safe and inclusive. It takes a look at the role club culture plays and why it's so important. For further details on how to use this resource, contact your Club Development Officer
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Intellectual Impairment and Autism
Intellectual Impairment_SMALLDid you know PWII & Players with Autism have existing pathways from local to international playing opportunities? Click here to find out more.
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LGBTI_SMALLAre you looking to show your support the LGBTIQ+ community? Click here to download a Proud Club/Centre to display at your venue and other resources.
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Multicultural_SMALLDid you know we have blurbs on National Programs translated in 10 different languages that you can use in your localised marketing? Click here to find this and more.
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Wheelchair Tennis
Wheelchair_SMALLPlayers don’t have to be in a wheelchair to play wheelchair tennis. Players using a wheelchair are also enjoying local club and association competition. Click here to find out more.
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