In2Tennis returns in 2022

Get In2Tennis this January as Brimbank Council gets ready to serve up a summer of tennis fun at its annual community festival.

The 2022 program will run from Saturday 15 January to Wednesday 26 January 2022, with no charge tennis activities planned at eight local tennis clubs.

During In2Tennis, community members can register to take part in:

  • No charge tennis court hire – at participating clubs with nominated times
  • Club open days – tennis clubs are more than just a place to have a hit, come and experience the community and fun that exists within a tennis club through an Open Day!
  • Adult come and try – ever wanted to give tennis a go? Come and try with an accredited coach, learn the basics or brush up on your skills!
  • Junior come and try – for all kids of age and ability to give tennis a go. Come along for a fun time and a chance to make great friends!
  • ANZ Hot Shots – ANZ Tennis Hot Shots is designed for children aged 3 to 12 years. Played on smaller courts with modified equipment, it is easier for kids to play, and progress
  • Cardio Tennis – fun tennis workout for all ages, abilities and fitness levels
  • Adult Social Play – tennis is a great way to stay fit, meet new people or have fun with family and friends, it’s easy to pick up a racquet and play tennis regardless of your age!

In2Tennis is a Be Active Brimbank program, supported by Tennis Victoria.

To view the In2Tennis 2022 program and register for programmed activities, visit

Want to find out about other ways to be physically active in your local area? Become part of the Be Active Community by visiting

Quotes attributed to Brimbank City Council Mayor, Cr Jasmine Nguyen:

“Regardless of your age, ability or fitness level, you can give In2Tennis a go this January.

“The 2022 program is COVID safe and is all about having fun.

“Best of all, it’s all at no charge – including tennis court hire and all of the activities throughout the festival.

“All you have to do is register and turn up on the day to discover all there is to love about local tennis.”

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