Tell Us Who You’d Like To Verse In Tennis For A Shot At A $1k Voucher & Free Tennis Court Hire

Contributor: PEDESTRIAN.TV

Another year, another day on the court. The Australian Open just wrapped and 2023 is looking to be a big year for tennis milestones. Tennis all-star Novak Djokovic is back and successfully defended his crown as the tennis champ after taking an unexpected break last year. This year also marked his chance as a 22nd winner of the grand slam championship, extending that rivalry with the baddest boy and world’s biggest headband advocate Rafael Nadal who held that spot.

But the Australian Open wasn’t just about watching these incredible athletes duke it out on the court! It’s also about encouraging you to pick up that racquet and get out there yourself. Not only is tennis a great sport to do cardio without sinking into existential dread as you look down and see you’ve only been running for ten minutes, but it’s also an awesome social sport as well!

And thanks to the lovely folks at Tennis Australia, you can win a $1000 Prezee voucher and get time on a tennis court covered for you and a mate.

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All you have to do is tell us in 25 words or less who you’d like to verse in tennis and why. Have a secret grudge against your neighbour Terry and want to humiliate them on the court? Or have you ever felt so disappointed by an athlete’s performance, you genuinely thought you could do better?

If you’ve been watching the Aus Open and been feeling the itch to get onto the court and start hitting balls at people, it’s actually super easy! You can quickly hire a court online at and upgrade from playing tennis against your backyard wall.

Take a look at the competition T&Cs in the entry form above and good luck! May you score many loves and protect your knees after launching yourself to get that ball.