Australia’s road to Grand Slam glory may lead through the courts of Sydney Uni Sport and Fitness, as players as young as 6 pick up a racket for the first time at School Holiday Tennis Camp.

SUSF’s School Holiday Tennis Camps aim to provide beginners through to ranked players with an exceptional and powerful learning experience, using a combination of drills, games and match play in a spirited team format.

‘With kids as young as 6, it’s very early to tell if they are going to be champions. But kids these days are extremely competitive. Who knows, we may have the next Layton Hewitt in our camp,’ said coach Lionel Won.

‘Children and their parents need to employ a lot of time and effort to proceed to Grand Slam glory,’ said Camp Director Peter Schotter.

Tennis Camp coaches Peter Schotter, Tain Yang, Casey Cross and Lionel Won come from impressive playing and coaching backgrounds. They encourage participation and the development of each child enrolled.

Campers develop lasting friendships, in a relaxed environment, with other players who share the same passion for the game.

‘The camp is about more than just the skills. Campers get to interact with a diverse range of kids outside of the school or family environment,’ said coach Casey Cross.

SUSF Camps run each school holidays and are aimed at children between the ages of 6 – 16 years of age.

For more information:

Shari Wakefield – Communications & Publications Co-ordinator, Sydney Uni Sport & Fitness

Phone: 0407 668 312, Email: [email protected], Web: http://www.susf.com.au/