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Advantage Girls Transition Program June 16, 2019 - Vida Tennis presents the next chapter of the Advantage Girls Program, the Advantage Girls Transition Program in Term 3 2019. The Advantage Girls Transition Program is designed to provide an opportunity for young female adults to continue their tennis journey, no matter what their goals are. The 5 weeks will get the young women to […]
Tennis without Barriers – Connecting Cultures Program June 6, 2019 - Sport is culturally significant in our society and plays a key role in bridging diversity and making our city the great place it is. Vida Tennis is excited to announce our new initiative, Tennis without Barriers – Connecting Cultures. Our vision for the program is to create an opportunity for people new to Australia to […]
How to select the right size Kids Tennis Racquet for your child June 3, 2019 - Over the past years, there has been a growing awareness of making tennis a sport that is more kid-friendly. Before this time, kids were taught on the same size courts, with the same size tennis balls as adults and less attention was paid towards the appropriate size for kids tennis racquets. Enter ANZ Hot Shots […]

 

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Syndal South Primary School

Sports Coordinator
Charlie Kenez
Syndal District School Sports Association

 

Vida Tennis has been a great supporter of the Syndal District School Sport’s Association over many years now. They have made themselves available to conduct tennis clinics in our schools and have also given us access to their courts when required. Their clinics are always well organised, enjoyable and very professionally run by coaches who know how to build up a healthy rapport with their students. They also support our annual Community Links Sport’s Day, which exposes our students to a variety of sports, that they might not normally have access to. We believe this arrangement is a win/win situation for both Vida Tennis and for our students.

Parents of 4 kids
Veneto Club Bulleen

We have had our three children (now 4th) having tennis lessons at the Vida Tennis since they were each about 4 years old. We’ve noticed that they are somehow more prepared to take on anything in other aspects of their lives, they are confident, coordinated going into other activities (karate, swimming) & not to mention starting school. They have all developed strong friendships with the other kids and its such a nice network of parents on the day we attend. We believe starting Tennis lessons at such a young age has help with their development in many areas of life. The older girls are now ready to play Hot Shots Competition and what is really great, is we get to see how they all are doing through the Certificate program.

Laura & Adrian Genobile

Mother & Student, Glen Iris Valley Tennis Club
 

Angelo has been a great coach who has taught Adrian from age 10 through to age 16 (currently). Quite simply Adrian says Angelo is a “really good coach and a top bloke as well”. From my point of view Vida provides top quality coaches who teach children of all ages and levels to enjoy the game of tennis. Angelo is of course Adrian’s favorite, he makes his lessons varied and that’s why Adrian still attends after six years.

 

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