New season starts early March 2021. Date to be confirmed.
If you love a challenging game of tennis and pitting your skills against other players, sign up for our in-house tennis competitions.
Held at the Prince Alfred Park Tennis Courts in Surry Hills and other City Community Tennis locations. Held on weeknights for different playing levels throughout the year. Format is singles and doubles play.
Improve your game and meet new people while you enjoy fast-paced, competitive match play.
Format Singles - Evening of Play
All competition players must be current City Community Tennis Advantage Members. Yearly membership fee $60.
Q1: How do I get involved?
A: You need to be a City Community Tennis Advantage Member and have a grading of minimum Intermediate. Please contact the competition team to organise a grading by one of our coaches who will assess whether you are at a suitable level to compete and assign a grading according to the National Rating Number (NRN). You can be graded in one of the following ways:
Q2: Do I have to wait for a new competition to commence playing?
A: You may be able to join our wait list as a reserve. If a a player in our current series cannot make a round of the competition, we will ask players from the reserve list to fill in for the night. The cost to reserve is $10 per match. This is also a good way to play competition tennis if you have a really busy schedule and cannot commit to a whole competition.
Q3: What information do I need to provide?
A: If you are interested in one of our competitions, please get back to us with the answers to the following questions:
Email all relevant information to us in an enquiry and one of our team will be back in touch.
You may also wish to consider joining our Singles Club Ladder, Social Tennis and Eastern Suburbs Tennis Association Competition series. Click on the side menu bar for website information on these events.
if you don't already have a player rating at City Community Tennis you will need to be graded by one of our experienced staff before you can compete in any of our Competitions. Please note grading sessions are not suitable for beginners.
There are several ways to be graded: