News & Events:

Australian Deaf Games - Tennis Sports Fee

September 29, 2017
The sports fee for tennis is $62, and includes all events (i.e. Singles/Doubles/Mixed). Which is fantastic value for 3-4 days of tennis, if you ask us!

The online registration system may show a higher value during the registration process, but this should be automatically corrected at the final stage.


Stephen Swann (ADG Tennis Convener)

ACE Tennis Club (Melbourne Park)

September 28, 2017
Join the ACE tennis club for a monthly clinic / social tennis, on Oct 8th, Nov 12th and Dec 10th. Organised by Deaf Children Australia, with coaching delivered by professional coach Peter Thrupp. More info at:

Australian Deaf Games - September Update

September 24, 2017

Hi Folks,

If you are interested in playing tennis at the 2018 Australian Deaf Games in Albury-Wodonga, now’s a perfect time to sign up!

The Games run from the 20th-27th January and tennis will be in the (hopefully cool!) mornings from Monday 22nd to Wednesday 24th (with Thursday 25th in reserve in case of bad weather).

To register, go to

See you on court!

Stephen Swann
ADG Tennis Convener


Australian Deaf Games (Jan 2018): April Update

April 17, 2017
Hi Folks,

Save a few dollars with an early bird entry! Info/entries at

Tennis will be played in the mornings from Sunday through until Wednesday - enjoy your sport during the cool part of the day, then you're free to enjoy the other sports and social events of the ADG, check out Albury/Wodonga, or just relax! 

Our round robin format with playoffs for final placing allows for everyone to find their standard. This format pretty much guarantees a fun and social event with lots of tennis! There are no team selections as such - the best few players from each state will earn points towards the teams event. So... whether your an experienced competitor or just like to have a bash, get your entries in!

Yours in Tennis,

Stephen Swann

ADG Tennis Convenor


Australian Deaf Games - January 2018

December 11, 2016
Joint us for tennis at the next Australian Deaf Games, in Albury Wodonga, in January 2018!

We're planning to the play the tennis in the mornings, with a round-robin format followed by playoffs for final placings. All entrants will be accepted - and the best performing players from each state will earn points for their state.

This promises to be a sociable and enjoyable event. For now, just save the date, and check back in for more information and entries early in the new year.


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