Nickelodeon’s SpongeBob Square Pants, Dora the Explorer and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles have dusted off their racquets and brushed up on their tennis skills, ready to make their debut at World Tennis Challenge Kids Tennis Day in Adelaide on Sunday 5 January 2014.
Young tennis fans will be able to see their favourite Nickelodeon characters at Memorial Drive Tennis Centre having fun with the stars of the game.
Some of the other activities on offer at World Tennis Challenge Kids Tennis Day include – Tennis Hot Shots (mini tennis) with sports stars, face painting, jumping castle, fastest serve and roving entertainment. All attendees on this day will also receive a show bag to take home with loads of goodies.
Plus, patrons are invited to feel like a Champion and have their photo taken with the World Tennis Challenge trophy on display.
Children aged 12 and under receive FREE entry to the Memorial Drive Tennis Centre for World Tennis Challenge Kids Tennis Day.
Registrations are now open – click here.
The 2014 World Tennis Challenge will take place at Memorial Drive Tennis Centre in Adelaide from 7 January to 9 January 2014. The 2014 player line-up includes, Martina Navratilova, Martina Hingis, Tracy Austin, Yannick Noah, Pat Cash, Henri Leconte and Mats Wilander, Mansour Bahrami and Nicole Bradtke as well as World ranked no. 28 Feliciano Lopez , no. 27 Jurgen Melzer and no.34 Jeremy Chardy plus South Australian young star Thanasi Kokkinakis.
In 2012 the World Tennis Challenge won the Sport SA Event of the Year award. World Tennis Challenge 2014 tickets start from $9.90 for children and $19.90 for adults and can be purchased online here, or call 13 28 49.
World Tennis Challenge is presented by the South Australian Government, through Events South Australia.
Click here for more information.
What: World Tennis Challenge Kids Tennis Day
When: Sunday 5 January 2014
Where: Memorial Drive Tennis Centre | War Memorial Drive, North Adelaide
Who: Tennis Fans
Free car parking will be available at the Torrens Parade car park (corner of King William Road and Victoria Drive)
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