News

Big contratulations to Kiwi Tennis athlete Sadheera Weerapperuma, who was chosen to represent New Zealand in the 2015 December Showdown in Australia! Sadheera will play on the 12U girls team and contest the Austalia Individual and Team event National Championships (December Showdown) for 2015...
Sometimes tennis can be a simple game, made complex. I believe, if you do the simple things correctly and with high intensity, then you will see big improvements in your game. For example, recovering back to the middle of the court is a habit that can improve your game rallying from the...
Last Thursday it was Lights, Camera Action for the coaches and players for Cardio Tennis at Browns Bay.  Browns Bay was approached to include our Cardio Tennis sessions within ‘Whānau Living’.  A TV series airing in February 2016 that is filming a segment focusing on...
Kris Doria, a player at Kiwi Tennis, gave Kiwi Tennis a few remarks regarding playing at Interclub:  I have been playing interclub for Glenfield for the past 4 years and it hasn't been that challenging. I played in the under 10's for two years and under 15's or two years. In under...
"Can Somebody Please Turn Off The Wind?"    From the first tennis ball that I hit on the courts in New Zealand, I was amazed at how much the wind really affected the quality of play at many of the clubs. The good part about windy conditions is that the wind is just as tough on...
Last weekend, the Kiwi Tennis team got together for a "fun" evening at Spookers. We faced our biggest fears and were chased by horrifying monsters in the Haunted House and the Freaky Forest of Fear. Afterwards we went for a drink, celebrating that everyone made it out of Spookers alive!...
sunnyhills tennis club
Last Sunday, our two new coaches, Zack and Sarah, hosted an Open Day at Kiwi Tennis in Sunnyhills! Parents and children of all ages and skill leves lowed up for a fun session, including drills and games. It was a great afternoon and a perfect opportunity for the new tennis pros of the club to...
We had a great time at our Kiwi Tennis Holiday Programmes last weekend in Browns Bay, Orakei, and College Rifles!  Our half day programmes started at 9am and ended at 12pm, with the full day programmes continuing until 3pm. The coaches helped the kids work on their skills, tactics, and...
http://tenniscrowd.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/Tennis_kid-650x433.jpg
In honor of our Kiwi Tennis Holiday Programme happening this week, we did some research to point out why sports are great for children: 1.     Physical Activity To state the obvious, sports participation helps children stay active. The holidays are the best time of year to get...
http://fraservalley.healthcastle.com/sites/default/files/imagecache/article-lead-image-570x200/fv_stay_hydrated_570.jpg
Summer is coming quick! We at Kiwi Tennis want to emphasize the importance of staying hydrated in the sun, especially for athletes. 1.     Drink lots of water! Water is the most important, and often most forgotten nutrient. Individual fluid needs differ depending on the...

Pages