Orange and Green Ball Competition
Tennis coaching is great in that it allows kids to learn tennis skills in a controlled, fun and social environment. However, what tennis coaching can never replicate is real match play. If you want your kids to improve and become passionate about tennis, try complementing tennis lessons with our Friday kids comp.
The comp follows the school term and is played every Friday. The comp has a flexible format, meaning that if your child is away one week you do not need to find substitute players.
Anyone from the age of 7 to 13 can play and the comp is suitable for players that are beginners through to intermediate. We try to ensure matches aren't one sided and emphasise that the effort each player puts in is more important than winning.
To Register, select Tournaments and Comps from the Tennis Coaching page and then select Orange or Green Comp.
ANZ Yellow Ball League
For Intermediate to Advanced Junior Tennis Players
ANZ Yellow Ball League is an opportunity for 18/U players to represent their club as part of a team in a 10 week season. Run twice per year Junior Tennis Leagues take place on Sunday mornings in Autumn and Spring seasons. This program is run by Tennis ACT.
Players are required to be a member of a tennis club to play. Visit Campbell Tennis Club's Membership page for more information on how to become a member.
Contact us if you would like your child to join one of our Campbell teams.
The Walking Clinic Adult Leagues
For Beginner to Advanced Adults
The Canberra Tennis League is an inter-club competition held throughout the year on Monday/Tuesday night, Thursday night and Saturday afternoon. The Canberra Tennis League is a great way to engage in team tennis, in a fun, social and supportive environment.
Adult tennis league teams are organised by Campbell Tennis Club, not Tennis 360. For more information on joining a Campbell tennis team, visit Campbell Tennis Club's Competition Page.
Canberra Heavy Hitters
For Advanced Adults and Teens
Canberra Heavy Hitters is a privately run competition for tournament level players. The competition involves a round robin with knock out finals. It is a flexible competition, great for players that cannot commit to a specific day and time. Players organise the time, day, and venue of their designated matches.