Social Tennis

Social tennis at Floreat Park is friendly organised doubles, including mixed doubles, sets of about half an hour each.

We aim to put people into sets of a standard they are comfortable with. We normally don’t worry too much about the score but occasionally have more structured events with a small prize.

Social tennis caters for a wide range of tennis abilities. Players are expected to know how to be able to play tennis and at least get most serves into play and hit a few shots back. If you are new to tennis it would be best to talk to the coaches first.

Visitors are welcome to just turn up at social tennis, but if you would like more information please contact Brad Millman on 0409 315 619 or [email protected] .

Floreat Park Tennis Club offers these organised times for social tennis each week:

  • Day
  • Saturday afternoons (Winter)
  • Saturday afternoons (Summer)
  • Sunday afternoons (Winter)
  • Sunday afternoons (Summer)
  • Wednesday afternoon (Men)
  • Wednesday evening (Mixed)
  • Friday evening (Juniors)
  • Time
  • 2:00pm to 5:00pm
  • 2:00pm to 5:30pm
  • 2:00pm to 5:00pm
  • 2:00pm to 5:30pm
  • 2:00pm to 5:00pm
  • 5:00pm to 8:00pm
  • 4:00pm to 6:00pm

Saturday afternoon is the main social day and consists of mens and ladies doubles and mixed doubles.

The afternoon format is as follows:

1:00pm onwards: Arrive for a warm up (make sure your nametag is up on the board!)
2:00pm: First set commences. Three sets of 25 mins are played, with a 5 min rest between sets.
3.30pm: Afternoon tea is supplied by the club.
4:00pm: Two sets of 25 mins are played.
5:00pm: The bar is open!

Visitors should introduce themselves at the Captain’s desk and will be given a temporary nametag. The visitors fee is $10.
Players can arrive and leave at any time in the afternoon. If you plan to leave early then either let the Captain know or put a line through the sets that you don’t want to play (on your nametag).
Our club does not charge for tea, coffee, biscuits or ball usage during organised social play.
Recognised tennis clothing and footwear must be worn on the courts.
Click this link if you are unfamiliar with tennis court etiquette.