Adult Pathway

The Adult Pathway caters for all adult players, regardless of your playing standard. Whether you are retuning to tennis after some time not playing, learning the game for the first time or looking to improve your game the TE Adult programs will give you what you want. 

** All our Adult Pathway programs run for 8-weeks**


Adult Social / Match Play
We’ve introduced a fun, friendly and social Match Play for Adults….
When: Tuesdays 9.15am – 11.15am
Where: Hard Courts, Blue Gum
Why:  To provide further playing opportunities for our clients, club members and local community to enjoy sociable match play in a non-competitive environment
By whom? Adult Match Play will be supervised by a Tennis Excellence coach, who will advise the playing format each week i.e. Singles, Doubles etc
For whom? If you can serve and rally, you can play! (not for complete beginners….)
Bookings are essential to allow us to have sufficient numbers to run each week.
Cost: $10 per week

Adult Pennants Clinic
When: Thursday 12th, 19th and 26th September
Time: 6.15pm - 7.45pm
Where: Hard Courts, Blue Gum
Why: To provide pre-season training for players, focussing on Doubles Play
By whom? The Clinic will be run by Club Coach, Dan Sewell
Cost: $30 per week
Adult Coaching
Our fun Adults program teaches players the skills to enjoy tennis, so you can play with friends or family, improve your fitness or join the Club.

Conducted by our qualified coaches, the adult program teaches less experienced players the best way to start out in tennis. It also caters for experienced players to refine their skills and progress towards Club play.

Cardio Tennis
Burn calories, increase your fitness and improve your tennis game at the same time in this fun, music-fuelled group workout. No previous tennis experience required.

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“We will be enrolling again for next Term as Cooper loved the lessons and all that you provide.  Thanks once again for wonderful coaching and all the encouragement that Tennis Excellence provides.”  

  Jayne, Nedlands

-- Jayne
Nedlands
5 Apr 2017