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MLC Tennis Hot Shots (MLCTHS) is just for kids. Smaller courts, lighter racquets and low-compression balls that don’t bounce too high make learning tennis fun and easy for primary school-aged children. This means that kids are able to start rallying and having fun right from their first lesson!

There are three stages – Red, Orange and Green – that help to develop children’s skills and confidence. Children are taught by qualified Tennis Australia coaches and progress at their pace, moving on to the next stage when they are ready.


CARDIO TENNIS 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.


PRIVATE LESSONS For those looking for extra improvement or to fine tune a particular stroke. Lessons are available in 30 min, 45min or 60min duration depending on what you prefer


GROUP LESSONS: covering all of your tennis needs, book into a group lesson where our Coach will tailor the lesson to what he believes is needed for your groups level of player. Tactics, movement, technique are all covered in this lesson format





Court Hire From $35 per hour*!!!

A co-ordination based program to help Kickstart your childs development of motor skills balance and hand eye coordination using soccer as the basic learning tool

In Search Of Excellence Squad Program:

For serious players looking to complement their training with fitness, tactics and match play activities. Sessions last for 2 hours and are conducted at Hastings Tennis Club. Tournament trips are organised and players benefit from the camaraderie of training in a group setting with likeminded players working to a common goal of game improvement. Players must be invited to this squad and be committed to their tennis.


Our holiday clinics are always very popular. Clinics usually run for 2-3 days for 90 minutes or 120minutes depending on age and tennis level.

To the right you can see our 8 and under clinic participants warming up with a 1,2,3 split step exercise.

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