Port Fairy Tennis Club has joined an initiative to get more adults playing tennis.
Tennis Australia recently launched a program called Open Court Sessions.
The rock up sessions go for about 90 minutes with activities including tennis on smaller courts, Pickleball and triples on a full-size court.
PFTC will start its program on Thursday and it will run for six weeks, starting at 6pm. Member Andrew Lowe, 20, is excited for the sessions.
"We're starting up a program that has been launched nationwide to try and get people around the age of 25-45 into tennis who have either played before or are looking to get into tennis," he said.
He added that anyone, no matter their age, was welcome.
Lowe said the program was a great introduction to tennis.
"It's not so much singles or doubles, it's just a few mini games and fun games to try and get people into playing singles or doubles," he said.
"Or we've got a Fast4 running here on Wednesday nights that people can come join in to.
"So it's getting everyone back involved in tennis and making it as fun as possible."
The club is also adding to its facilities.
"We're getting lights on these courts soon, so hopefully we can do something during the nights," he said.
Lowe said tennis was great exercise a good social game.
"I went up to regionals last year and played there, I didn't know half of them," he said.
"Now I speak to them all the time and we're always having a hit."
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