January 16 2013

The 2013 Australian Open is underway which means it’s time to dust the cobwebs off the tennis racquet and hit the courts with your family, colleagues or friends. Here are a few ace courts around town where you can swing a ball, or two…

Malvern Tennis Centre –Home of the Victorian Tennis Academy this is a great venue to improve all elements of your game. If you’re not feeling inspired, treat yourself to the ever so cool Chanel tennis racquet and glam up your apparel. You will be dying to hit the court with this glamorous racquet in your tennis bag…

43a Union Street
Armadale VIC 3143
(03) 9509 0030

Kooyong Lawn Tennis Club – As the former home of the Australian Open, Kooyong is celebrated as “the Spiritual Home of Australian Tennis”, hosting many tennis legends from Cash, to Agassi and the Fed-Express. Play where the greats have played and enjoy what this premier tennis club has to offer. Post match, reward yourself to a glass of Veuve Clicquot at the Hopman Bistro or experience fine dining at the prestigious Racquet Club restaurant. The only catch…these facilities are for members only – where can we sign up?

489 Glenferrie Road
Kooyong VIC 3144
(03) 9822 3333

Rushcutters Bay Park Tennis – For a swing with scenery head to this picturesque location in Sydney’s Eastern suburbs. Rushcutters Bay Park Tennis club has five pristine synthetic grass courts on show and a cafe with a boastful breakfast menu making this the perfect location to keep fit and socialise with friends while dressed head to toe in chic tennis whites.

7 Waratah Street
Rushcutters Bay NSW 2011
(02) 9357 7332

Maccabi Tennis Centre – If you have mastered your game on the hard court then it is time to challenge yourself on a new surface. Maccabi Tennis Centre is fit with seven real grass courts, six astro-turf and one artificial clay court. You will be well on your way for the professional tour circuit in no time with enough practice on these courts!

30 Alma Street
Paddington NSW 2021
(02) 9332 3622