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Welcome to the South Hawthorn Tennis Club website.  Our tennis club lies amidst the parklands and sportsfields of Anderson Park in Hawthorn East and our aim is to provide a friendly and fun place to play tennis. We're a community oriented club with over 550 members from the local area and nearby. It's a great place to meet your neighbours and have some fun. We offer fantastic facilities for tennis players of all standards. Whether it's a social hit or competition play, we offer you the opportunity to get involved. For families we have a special Family Membership and our resident coaches can provide lessons from beginners to adults at times to suit you.

Please enjoy browsing through our website and if you require further information, we'd love to hear from you. Please contact us on
info@southhawthorntennisclub.com and we look forward to seeing you around the club.




 Clubhouse Update 21/7/14

Another month has passed and the builders have made great progress on the clubhouse. The main floor slab will be laid in the next few days and then we will see the final shape of the building start to form. Council has made some significant changes to the fitout so the building works better for the club. The Committee is very happy with the process of design and looks forward to a building that not only looks good but functions well for the members of South Hawthorn.



For further information go to the newsletter section.



Vale Lola Young



The club mourns the passing of Lola Young last friday the 11th April.
Lola was one of our club's most generous contributors.
She had many many friends at the club over the years and she will be missed.
Read more about Lola's work for South Hawthorn in the Club History section of this web site.




Latest News

  • New courts on the way The club is currently waiting on quotes to rebuild courts 5 & 6. The courts will be built on a new sub layer which will have better slope to improve drainage and a slightly softer feel underfoot.We hope this will provide a better bounce and make these courts even more popular. Meanwhile council will shortly remove the old shed and viewing shelters beside the bottom courts. These structures have asbestos roofs so we will be happy to see them go. The light control box will be mounted outside the courts and the club is investigating an upgrade of the shelter next to the BBQ at the North end of the courts.
    Posted by Junior Convenor
  • Sam Cohen joins the coaches at South Hawthorn Sam Cohen has played junior tennis at South Hawthorn for 6 seasons and is currently representing the club in BSD 1.As a senior player in the juniors he has caught the eye of Club Coach Dylan Edgley who has added him to his coaching panel.Now Sam is taking juniors under his wing and bringing his broad smile to the courts encouraging the next group of tennis players at our club.It is fantastic to see many past juniors now working for our coaches at South Hawthorn.
    Posted by Junior Convenor
  • Junior Summer Season registrations open soon Registrations open any day now for the summer season of junior competition. You can register at the competition registration page of the Junior Tennis Program of this web site.Parents please consider joining the Junior Committee and helping Dylan Edgley build a great program for our juniors.
    Posted by Junior Convenor
  • Women's Championships kick off The 2014 Women's Singles Championships are underway. Charmaine Kong and Melissa Wundersitz have progressed to the Semi Finals.
    Posted by Junior Convenor
  • Donate your used tennis gear We recommend the following organisation which accepts donations of sporting equipment, old and new and gives it to children in need.Have a look at www.bootsforall.org.au if you can help.
    Posted 6 Jul 2014 06:14 by Junior Convenor
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Cardio Tennis launches at South Hawthorn. 
Club Coach Dylan Edgley has places available for his Cardio Tennis classes. Watch Dylan's fantastic video to see what it's all about.
Seems like a no brainer to us. Why do boxing at boot camp when you can get the same fitness and improve your tennis at the same time?
 

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Scott Doerner shows how to get a consistent serve in this video from www.elitetennistraining.com 
Cynthia Doerner's son Scott has made the US his home and is teaching tennis to the stars.
 Have a look at this great video from Scott a former All American College player.

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