ANZ Tennis Hot Shots Is a Fun Way for Kids to Learn How to Play Tennis - on the Right Size Court Using Racquets That Are Perfect for Small Hands. About Coaching
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ANZ Tennis Hot Shots is fun, social and active. And it’s the easiest way for kids aged 10 and under to learn how to play tennis. The courts and racquets are smaller, the balls don’t bounce as high so they’re easier to hit and kids love it. Developed by coaching professionals, this program is Tennis Australia’s official kids starter program and promotes the use of smaller courts and slower balls to teach children how to play tennis.
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The ANZ Tennis Hot Shots Racquet Roadshow will deliver 30,000 tennis racquets to first-year primary school age children across all Australian states and territories in 2021. 2021 is the fifth consecutive year of the ANZ Tennis Hot Shots Racquet Roadshow. By the end of 2021, 200,000 racquets will have been put in the hands of first-year school children across Australia, thanks to ANZ.
To support the tennis community, ANZ is awarding $10,000 grants to tennis clubs or venues around the country through the ANZ Tennis Hot Shots community grants program. The winners for the 2021 program have now been chosen. Each grant recipient will receive $10,000 to improve their tennis club.
ANZ Tennis Hot Shots. ANZ Tennis Hot Shots is tennis for kids! The program is designed to help every child, no matter their age or ability. The courts are smaller and the equipment is modified, with smaller racquets and low compression balls that don’t bounce too high. There are 3 ANZ Tennis Hot Shots programs available for clubs: COACHING.
ANZ Tennis Hot Shots Community Grants. As a long term supporter of tennis in Australia, we are awarding $10,000 grants to tennis clubs or venues around the country through the ANZ Tennis Hot Shots community grants program. No matter how big or small your club is, we can help it grow. Entries for the grants are now closed.
A helpful reference point is the What tennis is doing to keep your child safe document, outlining six key ways that Tennis Australia is helping to keep children safe. This includes the extensive screening of any candidates who are appointed to roles within the sport.
Hot Shots tennis is Tennis Australia’s official starter program. It is designed to let children develop technically and tactically in an environment that is always fun and exciting. Aimed at children aged 4-12 years old, it uses modified courts, racquets and balls to keep things fun and easy.