“HEAD Oceania is excited to partner with Hume Tennis and launch this exciting new HEAD Discovery Tournament TOUR and “discovering” the next generation of HEAD Pro players,” said Category HEAD Manager Danny Cherry.
MJTPS tournaments played at Hume Tennis is about the idea of “developmental matchplay opportunities”. They are tennis match experiences where players are encouraged to test their skills, apply their strategies, and grow with every point, game and set.
Mia Stefanovska, a dedicated and passionate Junior Development Coach at Hume Tennis, has been recognised by Tennis Australia’s with the prestigious “Women in Tennis” scholarship by Tennis Australia President Jane Hrdlicka.
The MyFirstEvent and Melbourne Junior Tennis Pathway Series tournaments at Hume Tennis embody our dedication to nurturing young talent and building the tennis stars of tomorrow. By providing a supportive, competitive, and growth-oriented environment, we empower young athletes to unlock their full potential.
Are you looking for a fun and exciting day out with your family? Look no further than Hume Tennis Centre’s Open Family Day on the 19th of February! From 10am until 2pm, we’ll be hosting a day full of tennis, games, and fun for the whole family.
Meet Hume Tennis newest professional coach Zamir Yacob. Zamir’s life has always been about tennis and we are so excited he has chosen Hume to continue his professional tennis coaching career…Read more
Two Hume Tennis and Community Centre juniors have been named as part of Tennis Australia’s, Victoria’s Super 10’s competition – Gavy Dhindsa and Jocelyn Jia. Read more
2022 promises to be a great year for Hume Tennis and Community Centre players, following the club being named as a finalist in the Tennis Victoria Club of the Year in 2020/21. See why the centre was shortlisted and see all the action that players can enjoy in 2022.
Hume Tennis and Community Centre are very proud to announce Hume Tennis Tournament Director and Head Coach Kale Nairn has been named the Northern Young Business Achiever for 2020.
Hume Tennis & Community Centre is closed as of July 1st 11.59pm and for four weeks due to the announcement that certain suburbs returning to Stage 3 restrictions – Hume Tennis falls within one of the highlighted “Hot Spot” postcodes 3064.