Jockey Club Tennis Rocks Programme was launched in September 2016 and supported by the Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust to promote tennis to individuals of all ages and social statuses. Systematic training courses will be provided for primary school students, children with special educational needs, PE teachers and elderly people. The Trust’s funding also covers a set of equipment including tennis balls and racquets, so that participants will not need to worry about extra expense.

Target groups and expected beneficiaries:

  • Primary school students of aided or government schools with a grass root background;
  • Primary school PE teachers of aided or government schools;
  • Retirees or Seniors with a grass root background; and
  • Special school students, and the members (and their family members) of Hong Kong Down Syndrome Association.
  • People with hearing disabilities

Tennis Rock

To encourage novices to pick up tennis and take part in local competitions and beyond. Targets beginners aged 6-12 to equip them with the basic tennis skills to enjoy the game. It delivers positive values and character-building attributes to kids who, otherwise, may have little or no opportunities to participate in tennis. Aside from training, they are encouraged to join other extra-curricular activities, such as Inter-Primary School Tennis and Mini Tennis Competitions. The programme also seeks to provide other benefits, such as meet-and-greet with national players, workshops, and attending tournaments. These are all value-added opportunities for them and their families to experience tennis outside of regular training.

District Served

1. 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. No refund will be provided if a lesson is canceled due to bad weather conditions. If there are courts available, make up classes will be arranged.

2. 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 HKTA shall not be responsible for the safety of any child after the coach has cancelled the lesson.

For enquires, please contact the Hong Kong Tennis Association at 2794 1793 or 2336 0187 or visit our website www.tennishk.org

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Teach The Teacher Tennis

To train up primary school PE teachers to attain the necessary know-how to conduct tennis and tennis-related activities during their PE lessons. The ultimate goal is to have the teacher conduct tennis sessions independently and become self-sustainable.

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Special Tennis Rock

To provide an opportunity for the intellectually-disabled students/players and individuals with hearing disabilities to participate in tennis. The objective is that through tennis, they can adopt a healthier, more active lifestyle and improving their overall quality of life.

List of Participating Schools / Organisation

Senior Tennis Rocks

Retirees, aged 55 to 68, who enrolled in Senior Tennis Rocks, which offers beginners sessions to teach them the basics and help them become acquainted with the game. The aim is that through tennis, they can broaden their social circles, keep themselves fit and active, and ultimately enhancing their overall quality of life.

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Mr Mark Ip
Tel:2794 1793
Fax:2338 7749

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