Junior Pathway

The Tennis Excellence Junior Pathway is the perfect entry point for children Kindergarten age and upwards, looking to learn the game of tennis. These Tennis Australia certified programmes constituting the Junior Pathway teaches kids basic tennis fundamentals including technique, co-ordination and rallying skills in a well structured, fun environment.Kids advancing through the Junior Pathway are invited to join the Yellow Squad and play in competition representing the Club.

If you'd like more of an idea of what our Hot Shots programs are like, check out the this Tennis Australia Hot Shots video.

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

Hotshots Blue (Ages 4-6)
Ideal for early tennis development. Hotshots Blue exposes younger players to fundamental tennis and co-ordination skills. With the use of modified equipment participation is fun for all players.

Hotshots Red (Ages 6-8)
Hotshots Red program is designed to develop tennis technique. Kids will learn the basic skills while enjoying the dynamic nature of this program.

Hotshots Orange (Ages 8-10)
Junior players will be exposed to all tennis skills in the Hotshots Orange program. This open environment is suitable for beginners and experienced players.

Hotshots Green (Ages 10+)
HotShots Green focuses on technical competency and rallying as preparation for advancement into the Squad Pathway and full-court tennis. Beginners and experienced players alike will benefit from participating in this program.

Yellow Squad (Ages 12+)
An opportunity to train in a formal squad structure coinciding with the Club's Junior Pennant Program. Players will be challenged to perform skills on a full court in an intense and competitive environment.


"Thanks for giving me Mitchell for the day, he was fantastic! Not only did the children learn a lot about tennis they had fun practicing, Mitch was a true professional and a great inspiration for me. Mitch is a credit to you and to tennis."

Cheers 

Kaye

Physical Education Teacher



-- Kaya
Yidarra Primary School
26 Feb 2018