Saturdays - members' tennis from 1.00pm to 5.00pm

Tuesdays - members' tennis from 1.00pm to 5.00pm

Members' tennis commences at 1.00pm however, people wander in and come and go throughout the afternoon depending on what arrangements and commitments they have.

On both of these afternoons, 8 games are played swapping ends after 4 games.  These can be mens, ladies or mixed sets depending on who is available to play.

There are various standards of tennis and we swap around trying to give everyone a game with people their standard and higher and lower than their standard.  Most people who spend the afternoon at the Club can play about 5 sets depending on the amount of time they need off the court.

On Saturdays we have 6 courts and a duty officer who will put sets on and provide afternoon tea.  This member also plays tennis during the afternoon so will delegate to another member to continue organising sets.

On Tuesdays we have 3 courts to play on and the people attending sort themselves to play sets together guided by John Miller.

If you are a member and you would like to bring a guest along to play tennis during either of these times, the fee is $10 per visitor.  Family and friends are always welcome on and off the court.

On duty officers in June and July:

3 June 2017:  Tony Muscat

10 June 2017:  Theo Zinselmayer

17 June 2017:  Rex Simmons

24 June 2017:  Greg Jones

1 July 2017:  Richard Lewis

8 July 2017:  John Miller

15 July 2017:  Hamish Lilly

22 July 2017:  Lars Newman

29 July 2017:  Les Williams

5 August 2017:  Tim Flakelar

Duties include:                                      

Being at the Club at 1.00pm in order to have the balls ready.

* Organising the sets with the objective of ensuring all players have a fair share of time on court and where possible players are matched with others of comparable ability.

* Provide some light refreshment for afternoon tea.

* Ensure the kitchen is left clear and all dishes are washed and put away.

* Ensure the bins in the clubhouse are emptied before leaving.

* Ensure the balls are returned after play.

* Ensure the clubhouse, front and rear gates and all courts are locked before leaving.

If you have to leave early, please arrange for another member to lock up (there will usually be someone there who will do so if asked). If you cannot be at the club by 1.00pm, please check will John Miller who is usually able to put out the balls.

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Contact Info

  • Cnr Lanford & Melwood Avenues, Forestville
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  • Tel: 02 9975 5189

About Forestville Tennis Centre

  • The facility boasts 6 beautifully maintained artificial grasscourts with floodlights
  • A large well equiped club house with pro shop and kitchen
  • Cabanas at the rear of the courts and a BBQ area