Tennis centre is Queensland's best

Published 12:00pm 19 November 2021

Tennis centre is Queensland's best
Words by Nick Crockford

Redcliffe Tennis Centre has been named Queensland’s Club of the Year in the 2021 Queensland Tennis Awards.

The announcement was made online this week with the presentation to be held at Parliament House next month.

It is the third time Redcliffe has received the top award after success in 2015 and 2019, when it was also a finalist in the Tennis Australia Club of the Year.

Tennis centre is Queensland's best
Redcliffe Tennis Centre director Chris Novic

'Congratulations'

Tennis Queensland posted: “Congratulations – it’s no wonder you are almost at 1000 members, with an increase of 25 per cent this year.”

Sharing the good news, Redcliffe Tennis Centre, run by Focus Tennis Academy, said: “Thanks all involved in making it the best club around.

“A big thanks to the committee members for all their hard work, the coaches, the admin, members and most of all the Novics Chris and Thea).

Tennis centre is Queensland's best

Partnerships

“Especially Chris who keeps the wheels turning and puts everything into making his second home magic.”

The awards entry said Redcliffe Tennis Centre is a “family-oriented” and “community-oriented service provider of industry-recognised training, coaching and tennis participation”.

It has partnerships with Moreton Bay Regional Council Healthy and Active programs, Moreton Kids, Moreton Sails and Moreton Kite Festivals, schools, Tennis Queensland Metro Open Day, Pickleball, wheelchair and Special Olympics Queensland.

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