The popular Hotshots Matchplay competition is returning in Term 4. Hotshots Matchplay gives players the opportunity to have their first experience in competition tennis, or the chance to continue to hone their skills before transitioning into WRTA competition. It is held in a social and friendly atmosphere, with the Vida coaches guiding each player through…

Following the success of the Red Ball Tournament last term, Altona Tennis Club and Vida Tennis are running another tournament in Term 3. It is held in a relaxed atmosphere with the guidance of the Vida coaches, allowing red and early orange ball players to have their first taste of competition tennis. The tournament will…

Amelia West

Amelia West is one of Altona Tennis Club’s newest WRTA Competition players. She’s progressed from weekly Hot Shots lessons to representing the club in organised competition. We caught up with Amelia to reflect on her journey so far. Why did you start playing tennis? I watched dad playing (Amelia’s dad Andrew plays in the Tuesday…

Hot Shots Matchplay is an opportunity for players to get their first taste of competition tennis. Currently, it is being held on a Thursday and Sunday at Altona Tennis Club, giving players and parents multiple options.   Benefits of playing Hot Shots Matchplay include: Players get to experience playing matches in a friendly and welcoming…

The My Vida Journey program is designed for children who are participating in Hot Shots tennis lessons at Altona TC. It is a program to guide players and parents through the different stages of the Hot Shots program (head start, red, orange and green) and the different competencies associated with each stage of the journey….

Vida Tennis West and the Altona Tennis Club will be a hosting a Hot Shots Tournament on Saturday 2nd July. Matches will start from 9.00am and be played across the day in a round robin format. The tournament will be for the following players Green Ball – for players wanting to enter junior comp Orange…

This is a questions that coaches get asked a lot! At what age can my child start tennis lessons? Your child can start tennis from as young as 3 years old in lessons aimed at fast tracking Motor Skill Development. The aim for kids starting tennis lessons at this young age is to develop the…

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