Beaudesert & District Tennis Association will hold there Open and Sign on Day! Sunday 3rd February 2019, 9am-12pm
The popularity of tennis in Australia continues to grow alongside the introduction of different programs and options that provide options for people of all ages and abilities to participate in the sport.
Clubs across the country are opening their doors to the community encouraging everyone to pick up a racket, have a hit and participate in one of these Tennis programs.
Tennis fans are urged to get down to Beaudesert Tennis Club on Sunday 3rd February and check out what Tennis has to offer.
Tennis is a great sport for the kids!!! It is equally mentally as it its physical, promoting both strong psychological and physiological development. It also fosters social skills, problem solving, tactical thinking & it’s a wonderful Family sport.
But it’s not just the kids who benefit from Tennis! Tennis is FUN at every age, it can be anything you want it to be whether it is social, Fitness, Team mates, Competition, Tournaments, time with the family. And it is a sport that can be played your whole life, it can be played from the earliest ages to your latest years providing emotional, mental, physical and social benefits.
Beaudesert Tennis Club affiliated with Tennis Queensland offers junior and senior coaching as well as loads of other activities including Cardio Tennis, ANZ HotShots, Singles & Doubles Fixtures, Social Tennis and more.
Well known coach & players in Beaudesert and the Surrounding tennis community, Nick Thorpe & Lisa Quast provide a wealth of knowledge and experience to our members.
They offer a range a great program for all ages and abilities.
The club will be welcoming people who have never played before, and tennis regulars at the club on Sunday 3rd between 9am and 12pm to enjoy free activities including ANZ Tennis Hot Shots, Cardio Tennis, coaching, free play, and BBQ.
Beaudesert Tennis Club President Lisa Quast said it will be a great day out for the whole family.
The Club is promising to have a fantastic year in 2019.
Tennis in Australia has never been as popular as it is now, and with over 213,000 kids participating in the sport, it’s a great opportunity to invite the public to try out a range of Tennis activities and events.