Since the 1930’s Jensen’s Tennis has been an important part of the tennis community within the City of Sydney. As the managers of City Community Tennis, Jensen’s will continue to work to maintain affordable and accessible facilities for people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities and to give the people of Sydney the ability to enjoy and learn tennis both socially and competitively. Through our mutual love of both tennis and the people that make up Sydney we aim to deliver services that support the distinctive character that makes us proud to be a part of the City.
The culture at City Community Tennis is personal, caring and professional. We are also committed to developing innovative technology which enhances the service for a better customer experience.
Our customer base is as broad and inclusive as the City of Sydney itself. Our players include residents and nonresidents of all ages, office workers, retired members of the community, children, schools and tourists from all areas of this country and abroad. We are affiliated with the University of Technology Sydney (UTS), Tennis Australia (TA) and Tennis NSW (TNSW). We work hard to increase tennis opportunities for all sectors of the community especially children, youth, seniors, people living with a disability, those with culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds and many others through innovative and creative programming and pricing structures.
We aim to respond to feedback, requests and complaints no matter how small or how they are lodged via:
Send feedback using our webform. Select customer feedback from the dropdown menu
Visit our head office at the Prince Alfred Park tennis courts, Surry Hills
City Community Tennis, PO Box 458, Strawberry Hills NSW 2012
We also adhere to the City of Sydney’s Policies and Guidelines for Customer Feedback and Complaints. For matters that may be beyond the service provision of our contract of management it may be necessary for us to refer your request to the City of Sydney or for you to contact the City directly