Aiming to be inclusive of players of all ability levels, this is the perfect class for players that require more attention including those with disability.
Break Point Tennis Coaches are passionate about our coaching and would love to help improve the skills and confidence of players with all abilities.
This program is designed for those with entry level ability, for children from 10 years of age to Adults.
*Available only at South Perth Tennis Club
My 14 year old daughter has been participating in the All Ability classes with Break Point Tennis for a few years now and really enjoys it. She is not much of a sport person so it’s great that she loves tennis and the coaches are probably the main reason why this is so. They’re able to keep the participants engaged and the level of skills taught is always appropriate and achievable.
This is the second year that Kate has attended All Ability Tennis and loves the interaction with the coaches Matt and Digby and all the other participants. Kate’s tennis has improved amazingly and if it wasn’t for All Ability Tennis she would never have been given this opportunity.
It is fantastic for people of all abilities.
Thanks Andrijano, Matt and Digby for all your effort and support, it is greatly appreciated.
My two now teenagers have been with All Abilities Break Point Tennis for Years.
Charlotte & Ben Love It! Matt and Digby are amazing. Everyone is active, engaged and having a go! It is very hard as a parent to find coaches and groups of sport for teenagers with disabilities to keep them active. All Abilities make tennis fun, are all-inclusive and understanding of the whole family. They are amazing!
Matt and Digby provide a huge benefit for our son. They have the compassion, joy and patience, as well as professionalism as coaches.
These attributes provide a social opportunity for my son and others with various intellectual disabilities, but importantly actually improve their skills.
Those attributes of compassion and professionalism boosts the kids’ confidence not just in their abilities but often – as is the case with our son who has struggled with frustration about his lack of ability to achieve key milestones in his life and is all too aware of his own limitations compared to his brothers and peers – his achievements in making visible improvement in skills gives him the much needed self belief in life in general. On this way, it actually helps his mental health. The future benefits of this are incalculable.