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Premiers Active April

Play where the tennis stars play!

Have you ever watched the Australian Open and dreamed of walking out on the blue courts?

Hitting up on the same court as Serena Williams? Serving from where Roger Federer stood? Well, you can! For free!

Active April Tennis Court eNewsTennis Victoria is proud to offer one free hour court hire at either Melbourne Park or Albert Reserve for every person registered for Premiers’ Active April. Grab a partner, friend, brother, sister, parent, colleague – anyone! And you can play at the home of the Australian Open, our very own Melbourne Park.

“Tennis Victoria has been a long-time supporter of Premier’s Active April and is proud to partner again in this great initiative. As a sport that promotes fitness, fun, and families playing together, it really is the perfect fit. We are very fortunate in Victoria to be home to the best Grand Slam in the world, The Australian Open, and are really excited to offer people the chance to play where the best players in the world battle it out each January,”  Matthew Kennedy, CEO, Tennis Victoria.

One lucky winner will also return to Melbourne Park to watch the 2018 Australian Open Tennis Finals*! By simply registering for Premier’s Active April, you have a chance to win.

Active April Tennis eNewsThe one hour court hire offer is valid from 1 April 2017 to 31 May 2017, so call Tennis World on 1300 TENNIS (836647) and quote Active April to book your court and make sure you don’t miss out. No digits are required, just present your Active April digital or downloadable card on arrival.

If you’d prefer to play closer to home, there are over 800 clubs and centres all over the state with court hire and playing opportunities to suit everyone. Click here to find one close to you.

*Terms and Conditions apply to all offers and prizes. Winner receives two tickets to each of the 2018 men’s and women’s finals.

Last updated: April 10, 2017 at: 9:43 am

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