There are many different association competitions throughout Melbourne and Victoria which play “club vs club” on a weekly basis (Saturday or Sunday morning and some competitions play Friday nights).
Junior competition is open to any person who is a member of their club and seasons run twice per year. There are many different grades and formats for each association. To compete in Junior Competition you must be under 18 years old, you can be any age to compete in Vic Pennant and Adult Competitions.
Vida Tennis venues are aligned to associations in their region and have a junior convenor to help organize and select teams at each venue. It is a great opportunity to challenge yourself and play with a team to continue to develop your skills.
To find out all the dates and information at your venues read below:
- Western Region Tennis Association (WRTA)
- Saturday and Sunday competition available
- Contact Mark Peel 0488 098 680, [email protected]
- Night Tennis for Men's, Women's and Mixed teams. As well as Tennis Vic Pennant options. Go to http://www.altonatennisclub.org.au/play-tennis/ for more information
- NSJTA is the region for all Essendon competition
- Friday Nights and Saturday Mornings
- Contact Ashleigh Richardson 0422 240 269, [email protected]
- Adults Night Tennis and Ladies Midweek Tennis - Ladies, Mixed and Mens. For more information and to get involved go to https://www.essendontc.com/competition/nsnta/
- Tennis Vic Pennant - go to https://www.essendontc.com/competition/pennant-tennis-vic/
MCC Glen Iris
- Saturday and Sunday Mornings
- Contact Angelo Giampaolo 0407 477 798, [email protected] or visit
- Junior Competition
- Eastern Region (ERTINC)
- Sunday morning
- Contact Blake Poyser 0402 442 414, [email protected] or visit
- Tuesday Night Mens Competition - Contact Blake Poyser 0402 442 414
Super 10s is an exciting competition for boys and girls aged 10/u and is now run Australia-wide. This competition facilitates 10/u players to develop a culture of fair play, teamwork, and acknowledgment. Selection trials are held to select teams and players are divided up into boys and girls teams (four players per team) who then compete in a modified match format designed to be short in duration and innovative. Super 10s is run at various venues across Victoria.