With Wimbledon well underway, the grass courts of the All England Club are some of the hardest courts to master in tennis – especially due to the transition from the slow Parisian clay of the French Open. Today, we’ll explore how to best play on the grass. Where can you find natural grass courts in…

The July tournament period is coming up and it provides players with an opportunity to fine-tune their game and play against some high-quality opponents. Preparation for these tournaments is key – the amount of effort you put into your preparation often dictates your performance. Here are some tips on how to best prepare for your…

The Association Junior League (AJL) is back for 2019, with the WRTA again looking to enter as many teams as possible in this competition. The AJL pits WRTA selected teams against other regional associations in Melbourne, giving players a fantastic opportunity to play with and against a variety of players. There are 12&U, 14&U and…

The WRTA Mixed and Pennant competitions took a break over the Queen’s Birthday weekend, and thus it’s a good chance to check in on the progress of the Altona teams. Altona has one team in the Mixed and four teams in the Pennant.   There have been six rounds played with plenty more still to…

The mid-season Queen’s Birthday break gives us a chance to reflect on the season so far. Six rounds have been played so far with all Altona teams competing well. There are two more rounds to play before the school term break for the July holidays.   After Round 6, 15 out of 21 Altona teams…

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