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2022 Ready, SET, NOW!
Beach Tennis Set to Ingnite AO22 BEACH HOUSE Are you READY? Get There, Starts Jan 17
NEWFLASH!! As many would know COVID19 has dealt some harsh blows over the past 2 years, effecting our ability to get out and ensure we can pass on our knowledge and experience of beach tennis. Whilst there may have been some opportunity, albeit limited, the window to ensure continuity and bring you a consistent beach tennis experience, has been limited. We are very much looking forward to 2022, where we will see our once again "Pioneering Efforts" rewarded by YOU playing Beach Tennis. We look forward to seeing you on the sand in Melbounre and don't hesitate to contact us by email, as we are upgrading all our socials. email: email@example.com
Racquets Up, Australia!
Share the Passion: The Beach Tennis TRAIN has arrived
Melbourne - Australia : TOMAS Berdych one of many recent ATP Pros to give Beach Tennis a bash There are os many reasons to smile, Berdych said, "Beach Tennis is clearly a sport of life and the future. Like us at BTA he sees beach tennis as a great way to get more people playing racquet sports and having fun with tennis. Berdych spent time out from his Australian Open campaign to cool off at Port Melbourne, he chilled , playing some beach tennis with coach Tomas Krupa and took a dip in the water and enjoyed some time in the sun, as Melbourne's mercury soared, to over 36 degrees.
Tomas also agreed that BeachTennis was fun and mentioned he had had heard the ATP are active in many other countriese taking it onboard. It's a great way cross train nnd hangout with friends. Afterall it's all about having FUN!
More than a GAME!.
ROCK UP 'n' PLAY Sessions, Serious FUN, Seriously!!
2022 Season is GO!!
After a frustrating 2 years where COVID has hit Melbourne in greater ways than any other state, we are set to go. We look forward to sharing our passion with you all and getting back on the sands of Port Mebourne. However we must all still abide by the rules and ensure we stop the spread. We ask that you distance yourself by 1.5m where neccessary, do not share racquets and disinffect your equipment in between matches.Masks not required but can be preferred. Sorry NO Hi FIVE's, but lots of Waves! Let's fight this smart, together and be safe.
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We can tailor a special day for you at the beach. You'll be astounded how much fun your team will have and the great energy it brings.
It's a great CARDIO Beach Workout, an amazing way of exercising on the sand and just hanging out.
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When was the last time you did something for the first time?
Everything to Gain, Nothing to Lose!!
Girls Just Want to have FUN! Too
Whilst the boys will get out there and chase a ball like dogs, and exercise until the cows come home. The sport of beach tennis has been proven to attract many women and youth to the sport. With this in mind it is a clear indication the sport has great appeal and is also an amazing way to connect with likeminded and fun loving people. It really just resonates why we play sport.
Pictured is Daniella Huntachova, more elite tennis and sporting personel are looking for an edge, a way to have FUN in their current regime, and gaining some valable strength, speed, agility and fexibilty at the same time. Can't be all bad. Beach Tennis like tennis is 85% mental! See if you can get your head around it.
Globally the sport of beach tennis is recognised by many national tennis federations, the ITF and sporting and tourism ventures. It is time for a sport like beach tennis to have its place at a higher level in Australia, and gain greater recognition for the contribution it will make both now and well into the future. The sport is fully sustainable with global participation levels rising and the initation of beach tennis tours and locations sprouting everywhere. There has been a lot of hard work done to ensure the game is understood and implementation of rules and culture are upheld.
Beach Tennis is a true "Tribal Sport", such as surfing, skiing, beach volleyball, with it's portability being a key factor. Beach Tennis is the X-Factor, Full Body Workout!
Make your decision today, you won't regret it. Highly addictive and good for your health.
The most FUN you'll have standing up!
Just ask JAMES!
BEACH TENNIS is the X FACTOR?
GOOD, Different, to "make a difference"
Rick is very involved with the children, teaching them health and fitness through sport, building relationships and providing valuable infrastructure to the children who need it most. Might I say he is also combining it with his love of surfing, hoping to sneak out for a wave every now and then, when his busy island schedule permits.
"Le Tour de Racquet"
Prior to the Australian Open every 2 years, Port Melbounre Beach Tennis host to a group of young Western Australians ( JohnForest Secondary College) students and tennis enthusiasts.The trip was co-ordinated by tennis coaching professional and teacher John Campbell. The group is part of an amazing trip to Melbourne which involved as many types of racquets sports they could think of. Kooyong Classic, Australian Open and their own Beach Tennis Challenge, and even some "Royal Tennis" Well done on being great ambassodors for your college.Tell all your friends and we look forward to you seeing you next time.
Queens of the Sand
World No 1 Serena Williams and winner of the most Grand Slam Singles title, can see beach tennis is Fun and cutting edge. Serena and World No 2 Victoria Azarenka swapped hard courts for something softer yesterday when they took up the challenge of the Hua Hin, Thailand Beach Tennis Championship.
The world's top two briefly suspended their rivalry to team up and face Thailand's Tamarine Tanasugarn and Noppawan Lertcheewakarn on the sands behind Centennial Park. The beach match was a warm-up for Williams and Azarenka's exhibition match on the Centennial courts a few hours later.
2013/16 Wimbledon Champ can't so NO!
"BT is cool & has a gr8 Future"
We have had many visitors to our city on the bay,and none better than Andy Murray who made his way to Port Melbourne Beach, for some beach tennis.. Andy donned a smile and placed his feet firmly in the sand, to suprise many, he was up for a chat. He made mention that he had tried the latest beach sporting phenomenon of beach tennis in Spain, and believed it has a great future. Beach Tennis can make a great contribution to the world tennis, and I wish you luck with support as it is just a matter of time. Murray said.
Sincethe launching of tennis based activities such as CARDIO TENNIS program since 2012, there are very exciting times ahead for exercie based programs and beach sports. Most encouragingly the ITF is also seeing beach tennis as a idealistic way of getting more people and players to the courts, and are throwing many recources at its development. It was a pleasure to have him there as he signed autographs for many of the hungry tennis fans and children, amongst his preparations for his AO finals assault. Whilst Murray wielded a smaller than usual racket on Port Melbourne Beach as seen at Wimbledon, he agreed it was amazing fun and more people should play it.