Tennismatic ball machine now available to hire!

See here for more information on our ball machine, and prices to hire it!

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Keep fit whilst staying – but only if you want to!

Exersite info!

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Happy Birthday!

Here at Raworth Tennis Centre we offer Birthday Parties for children.  We offer up to 1.5 hours of coach led games and tennis related activities on court.  Once that has finished party goers are able to enjoy the kitchen and common room facilities for present opening and food (food and drink provided by the party organiser).  After food everyone is welcome to stay and enjoy a kick around on the grassed area or just a run around the grounds until home-time! If you are interested in having a party here at the Tennis Centre please don’t hesitate to contact Linda or Lucy on 02 49333750 for further...

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Twin Room

The twin room at Morpeth Lodge Motel has 2 king single beds plus ensuite, fridge, air conditioning, basic crockery and tea and coffee making facilities. Ideal for the single traveler or 2 independent...

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Enrol now for term 1 2018 tennis!

  Tennis starts back here week commencing 5th February 2018! We are looking forward to seeing you all on court! Sam, Tylah & Piper  

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Raworth Tennis Centre in 2018!

We are excited to offer in 2018 more options to anyone, ranging from beginner, intermediate and advanced standards of tennis players. What will be on offer: –         Hitting partners. Want to get back into tennis but haven’t got anyone to hit with? Our coaches are all solid players and are happy to hit with anyone! –         Private lessons. Private lessons are structured lessons that can be tailored to suit any age or standard of tennis player! They are a one- to- one lesson working on all areas of your game. –         Group private lessons.  Grouped private lessons involve 2-3 people wanting a lesson together. This is a great way for you and your family/ friends to learn together in a fun, but structured lesson!   If any of these appeal to you, please inquire at the Pro-Shop or contact Sam Osborn on 49333750 for more...

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Active After School Tennis (AASC) Provider

Click here for information on Active After School Programs!

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Community Play Program

Raworth Tennis Centre is also involved in the Tennis Australia Community Play Program.  The program is designed to provide an opportunity for players to enjoy the game of tennis in a fun, supportive environment, and parents and guardians are actively encouraged to assist on-court with scoring and in reinforcing the “Be a good sport” message.  Participants serve, rally and score using the modified equipment where appropriate, and sessions run for 45-90 minutes depending on numbers and usually across a 6 week period.    The program will hopefully get more players playing tennis more often in our local community.  For more information or to sign up for our next Community Play program please call Linda on 02...

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Cardio Tennis Program

  Here at Raworth Tennis Centre we have 3 Coaches who have recently completed the Cardio Tennis workshop training.  The following information is taken from the Tennis Australia website: “Cardio Tennis is a fun, social, group tennis-fitness program for people of all ages and abilities. It’s more about getting a great, high-energy workout than pure tennis technique. You don’t have to be Rafael Nadal or Sam Stosur to enjoy the energising workout that is Cardio Tennis! Constant movement is the focus as a Tennis Australia qualified coach guides you through a series of fun and heart-pumping drills that cater for all abilities and fitness levels.  An average  Cardio Tennis workout runs for 45 to 60 minutes and is comprised of: 5-10 minute warm-up 30-50 minute cardio tennis segment with drill-based and play-based activities 5-10 minute cool down Participants wear heart rate monitors, exercise to music, use low-compression balls and a variety of equipment, including agility ladders. And, at the end of your session, you can check your stats on the heart-rate monitor to find out just how hard you worked! Participants wear heart rate monitors, exercise to music, use low-compression balls and a variety of equipment, including agility ladders. And, at the end of your session, you can check your stats on the heart-rate monitor to find out just how hard you worked! Cardio Tennis is enjoyed best with friends – male or female. If you like exercising in a group, then you will find Cardio Tennis the perfect motivator. Get a group of mates together or make some new friends in a fun and active atmosphere! As well as being social, it’s a great way to boost your fitness and lose weight. According to the Tennis Industry Association, during a Cardio Tennis session, women will burn between 1260 and 2100 kilojoules per hour, and men will burn around 2100–3360 kilojoules per hour (on average).” So if you fancy having a go at this fabulous new exercise program please call Linda...

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Hot Shots Program

Here at Raworth Tennis Centre we run the Tennis Australia endorsed MLC Hot Shots  Program of modified tennis for our junior players.  The following is taken from the Tennis Australia website: “For decades, soccer, basketball, netball, Australian Rules, cricket and many other sports introduced children to their sports through the use of smaller equipment and a reduced playing area. Meanwhile, children learning to play tennis were doing so with the same size racquet an adult would use, while being expected to cover a full-size court the way professionals do. So in 2008 Tennis Australia introduced MLC Tennis Hot Shots – the fun and easy way to learn how to serve, rally and score. And we’re not the only ones. In the past few years more than 120 nations have adopted modified tennis programs, including all four Grand Slam countries. Players start with Red stage and progress through orange, to green until they reach full ball, full court yellow tennis!  Red, orange and green low-compression balls don’t bounce as high as a yellow ball. The courts are smaller too, which makes them easier for kids to play on. It also helps them develop realistic footwork patterns and encourages them to use all parts of the court. And the great thing is you don’t need a tennis court – you can play on any flat hard surface. Portable nets, which are used during the Red Stage on the red courts, come in sizes of 3 and 6 metres. During the Orange and Green stages, the standard net is used, but it can be lowered depending on the players’ ability. Picking the right tennis racquet is crucial – if it’s too heavy or the wrong size the child will have trouble swinging the racquet and it could lead to injury. Your child should be able to hold the racquet comfortably when their arm is extended and be able to swing the racquet easily. Also, make sure the grip is the right size for your...

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