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VOYAGER TENNIS
At Voyager we believe in tennis as a powerful life-enhancing voyage that helps an individual become the best person they can be.

Our purpose at Voyager is to impart our love and our “way” for the game of tennis, inspiring and coaching our students to become the best tennis players and people they can be.

Our ambition is to give all students the best possible tennis development, education and life-skills that will help them succeed in whatever they decide to do in life.

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  • CLIENT TESTIMONIAL

    ”Our daughter Michaela started with Voyager Tennis when she was 11yrs old and was ranked around 50 in Australia for her age group. She has now graduated from High School and has achieved some significant milestones such as the number 1 ranking in Australia, has won 2 WTA Professional Futures events at age of 18 and is now going to Rice University in the United States on a full tennis scholarship.’’

    -Malaine Haet, Parent of Michaela Haet (pictured)
Voyager Tennis Academy
Voyager Tennis Academy
Monday, April 9, 2018 21:46

The top 7 mistakes that elite tennis players make and how to avoid them

The pursuit of playing elite tennis can be a rewarding journey for players and their families if done in the right way. It can be an incredible vehicle for developing character, getting a free College education and world travel. But there can also be pitfalls - here are 7 common mistakes that we see families of elite players make and how to avoid them.

Voyager Tennis Academy
Voyager Tennis Academy
Monday, October 2, 2017 00:41

Is a U.S. College Tennis Scholarship right for you?

Kevin Anderson, the Men's singles finalist in the 2017 U.S. Open is one of the many professional players who have benefited from playing College Tennis in the United States. It's become so common that every Grand Slam over the past 4 years has seen more than 25 former College players make up the draws.
  
  

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