TERM 4 UPDATE: As Covid 19 restrictions are gradually easing we anticipate that we will be able to start up many of our tennis activities including Hot Shots groups from 80% reopening on Monday 25th October. We will be contacting all children who were booked in to term 3 Hot Shots very soon. CURRENT PRO-SHOP hours: Mon to Fri 4pm - 6:30pm for restring drop off and pick up.*Please also note that our landline phone number is no longer connected. Please contact us by email or our mobile 0415445035
ANZ Tennis Hot Shots is specifically designed for children and is based on a "learning through play" philosophy.
ANZ Hot Shots
Hot shot classes held at Castle Hill every day of the week
ANZ Tennis Hot Shots is specifically designed for children and is based on a “learning through play” philosophy. The program uses modified courts, smaller racquets and softer balls which make it possible to develop children’s skill faster. Players are actively engaged right from the first lesson, learning with balls that bounce lower, slower and are easier to hit.
This all means that learning to play the game of tennis is the central feature of each session and is more fun as children experience success. There are three stages of development that the children can progress through as they grow and advance in ability.
Fees payable at start of term – 1 Hour session $20 per session x No of weeks in the Term
Red Stage – Children use 25 per cent compression (compared to a normal tennis ball) red balls and are slightly bigger, bounce lower and slower and are easier to hit. Courts are smaller with modified nets being used. Recommended for children aged 5 to 8 years.
Orange Stage – Children use 50 per cent compression orange balls and play on a regular court that has a smaller area. Recommended for children aged 8 to 10 years.
Green Stage – Children use 75 per cent compression green balls and play on a regular sized court. Recommended for children aged 9+ years.
One Hour Lesson
Fees payable at start of term
1 Hour session $20 per session x No of weeks in the Term