Play Tennis is a very important part of the HKTA Junior Development Programme as it serves to provide an ideal vehicle for the development of foundation tennis skills in young children. Through Play Tennis, the sport itself is introduced to Hong Kong juniors from age three onwards. Other talented juniors around age 9 or above with good potential may also join other programmes such as the Junior Squad, Young Athlete Training Scheme and others.

Play Tennis is an invaluable and enjoyable starting point for children looking to pick up tennis as a regular sports activity.

– Easy and fun
– Suitable for young and old
– Can be arranged almost anywhere

The more success a beginner has attempting to hit the ball back over the net, the more fun it will be. A reasonable technique will improve the beginner’s success rate and thus make the child’s time on the court all the more an enjoyable experience. Using the Play Tennis concept, most beginners can actually start to have successful rallies and actually begin to relish the amazing experience of playing tennis!

With the introduction of the tennis 10s by the International Tennis Federation (ITF), starting from 2013, the training in this programme will be using Red Tennis Balls and Orange Tennis Balls.

Family Class: Kids aged 3 – 5 with 1 parent (Coach ratio: 1:3 families)
Red Ball Class: aged 5-8 (Coach ratio: 1:7)
Orange Ball Class: aged 8 (Coach ratio: 1:7)











Timetable (Deadline: 26 June)


Enrolment Methods

  1. By email, to angus.fok@tennishk.org OR
  2. By fax, to 2338 7749 OR
  3. By post, to HKTA Tennis Centre, Kowloon Tsai Park, 13 Inverness Road, Kowloon (Please specify “PLAY TENNIS” on the envelope cover)

Enrolment is on a first come, first served basis. An extra of HK$50 administration fee will be charged for late applications.

No written confirmation will be provided and please check the acceptance list which will be posted 3 working days after the entry deadline which may be updated from time to time.

Training will be cancelled once the typhoon signal No. 8 or above is hoisted, or after a Black Rainstorm Warning signal is announced. If typhoon signal No. 3 or below is hoisted, please contact the coach-in-charge to check the latest training arrangements.

If the coach decides to go ahead with the training on rainy days, parents/guardians are advised to remain at the courts. In case of the weather condition worsening, and the coach being forced to cancel the lesson, the parents/guardians should pick up their kids immediately. HKTA shall not be responsible for the safety of any child after the coach has cancelled the lesson.

No refund if a lesson is cancelled due to inclement weather conditions. If courts are available, make up classes will be arranged.



Acceptance List

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– Promotion to advanced level class after completion of 20 lessons (around six months) and recommended by coach.

– Different colour wristbands granted for different level classes.

– A Certificate will be issued to the participants after completion of the Red 2 & Orange class.

– Potential participants will be promoted to other HKTA programme by coach’s recommendation, such as Junior Squad, Young Athlete Training Scheme…



Tel:2336 0287
Fax:2338 7749

Play Tennis