Frequently Asked Questions

We try and keep it simple

  • What services do you offer?

    Our professional qualified coaches are trained to teach you all the best techniques to get the best out of your tennis, we pride our coaching on our service.

    We have a variety of lessons for all standards and our lessons involve teaching the technical, tactical and mental aspects of tennis to help students achieve the best they can be. We cater for all ages from tiny tots to the very experienced, you’re never to old to learn a new skill. We have half an hour, 1 hour, 2 hour squad lessons as well as half and hour private lessons. We cater for all your needs and provide lots of equipment including racquets, nets balls, ball machines and lots more.

  • What if I want to join in the middle of a term?

    All terms go from start to finish of that school term, anyone joining during the term will only pay for the remainder of the term. Once you start a term the term must be completed, you cannot pull out during a term but can switch to another class if suitable, If you are unable to complete a term due to unforeseen circumstances (ie. an injury), you can defer the lessons.

  • What equipment should I bring to a lesson?

    At Burleigh Tennis we have all the equipment you need, all you need to start is a pair of running shoes. Of course bringing a cap is always recommended.We have all racquets sizes, tennis balls and nets for all ages, our Hot Shots equipment is a great hit with the children, this equipment includes smaller nets and slower balls to help younger students grasp the game of tennis more easily.

  • What will happen if I can’t make a lesson?

    We all lead busy lives and at times cannot make our lessons due to other commitments or illness. We allow our students to do a make-up lesson for no extra charge during the term. If you miss a lesson please contact me to arrange an appropriate make-up lesson

  • What happens when it rains?

    Unfortunately we do get washed out sometimes due to rain, I will generally text everyone if it gets rained out, a general rule is it take a fair bit of rain to get washed out as our courts do drain well and if the rain has stopped for 2 hours previous that is generally enough time for the courts to be okay. If we do get washed out you can organise to do another group class on a different time during the term, please ask me for an alternative time so I can book you child into another class and make up that lesson.

  • Do you offer competitions?

    We do have an in-house competition for children at the club who are of an intermediate standard and we try to get all students into the competition as soon as possible. The cost is very minimal due to the tennis club and myself wanting juniors to enjoy playing tennis and the fact we get parents to umpire the children’s matches. Any parent who is unsure how to umpire we can show them how to. We also have teams in the Gold Coast districts.

  • How and when should I pay?

    All payments for term classes are to be paid at the commencement of the term and all private classes are paid on the day or in advance. Payment can be made by cash, cheque or direct bank transfer.