Participating States and Territories Boys - ACT, NSW, QLD, SA, TAS, VIC, WA Girls - ACT, NSW, QLD, SA, TAS, VIC, WA
Host School Sport SA
Venue Boys competition will be held at Seaside Tennis Club - 168 Cudmore Terrace, Henley Beach Girls competition will be held at West Lakes Tennis - 21 Edwin Street, West Lakes Shore
Educational Program An interactive workshop will be delivered by Indra Reinpuu – Olympic and World Championship Coach (Bearfoot leadership). The topics are: (1) The athlete's challenges with learning, changing habits and self esteem (2) The most important factor in building successful teams and relationships Please note the excursion will be scheduled throughout the week.
Live Streaming There will be no live streaming for this event.
Merchandise Merchandise will only be available for two and a half days at the event, for pre and post championship purchases please visit the SportsCentre website.
Photographs Action shots will be taken on May 4 (Opening Ceremony), 5, 6 and 11 (Closing Ceremony). To view the images please register with Sports in Focus.
The Australian Schools Tennis Challenge has been the premier secondary school team tennis event in the country since 1996. This event provides an opportunity for the best secondary school teams to come together to play each other and celebrate their achievements on a national stage.
The 2019 Australian Schools Tennis Challenge will be held from Saturday 23 November to Wednesday 27 November 2019 at the Albury Tennis Association (Townsend Street, Albury, NSW). Entries are invited for all schools who have won the senior boys or girls (or the equivalent) tennis competition through their School Sport Association in 2019. If you are one of these schools, please click here for the entry form and return via email to Tennis Australia School Competition Coordinator Ben Dew at email@example.com by Friday 20 September 2019.
John Newcombe Sportsmanship Award
This award is a four week scholarship to the John Newcombe Tennis Academy in Texas. It was first introduced in 2017 and will continue as part of the Australian chools Tennis Challenge. Click here for more information. The award is an amazing opportunity for those schools who don’t win but display great sportsmanship throughout the event!