Why Tennis ?“I let my racket do the talking. That's what I am all about, really. I just go out and win tennis matches.” - Pete Sampras
A Game for all Ages:
Unlike most other sports, tennis can be played at any age (children as young as 4 to veterans in their 70s), with friends and family, and in competition.
A Game for Life:
Tennis has proven long-term physical, physiological and psychological benefits. It develops strong work ethic, discipline and sense of responsibility. Tennis betters self-management skills, problem-solving ability and strategic thinking. It is a great stress-buster.
A Game for Everyone:
Tennis offers you a chance to network, socialise and meet new people, in a fun and healthy way.
A Game that's Healthier:
As a low-impact, non-contact sport, tennis produces fewer injuries. It is ranked as one of the best calorie-burning workouts, particularly good for the upper and lower body, offering significant cardiovascular and weight-loss benefits.
What’s so great about Tennis?
One of the greatest aspects of tennis is that playing it can be fun. True, it can be challenging, especially if you’re just learning, but it also is a sport in which lessons, practice and persistence pay off quickly.
Tennis offers a great diversion from life’s stresses as well as a great opportunity to socialise. Tennis is invigorating, and, once you get the hang of it, tremendously satisfying. It also makes a great family activity.
Contrary to what you might think, tennis is not a sport played and enjoyed only by the young. In fact, 11.3 million adults aged 25 and up, across the world, played tennis at least once last year. And as Sania Mirza, Venus and Serena Williams have so brilliantly reminded everyone, tennis is a sport for women just as much as it is for men.