Win a Money-Can’t-Buy Trip to New York and the US Open Thanks to Hot Shots Tennis


Does your young one love a good game of tennis, or are you looking for a way to motivate them?

Proudly endorsed by tennis stars Alex de Minaur and Ajla Tomljanović, the Hot Shots Tennis Program is not only a perfect way for your child to fall in love with Tennis, but it comes with the opportunity to win!

Win A Family Trip To The 2024 US Open in New York City

A Money-Can’t-Buy Experience

One lucky family stands to win an incredible prize package worth over $25,000! This incredible package includes round-trip flights, a luxurious seven-night accommodation, an exclusive behind-the-scenes tour on Arthur Ashe Kids Day, premium Centre Court tickets, and $3,000 in spending money. Don’t miss out on this once-in-a-lifetime experience to create lasting memories at the US Open with your family!

GIrl playing tennis with Hot Shots Tennis
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Hot Shots

Hot Shots is designed to introduce every child, at every age, to tennis in a fun and engaging way. Using smaller courts, modified equipment, and simplified scoring helps kids of all ages and abilities develop skills more effectively.

Kids at the net with Hot Shots Tennis
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Australia’s No.1 men’s player, Alex de Minaur, began his tennis journey at the tender age of 3.

“Kids get so much out of learning tennis, and Hot Shots Tennis lays the perfect foundation, building not just skills but a genuine love for the game. Reflecting on my own tennis journey, the love for tennis is what keeps me going in every match I play,” he said.

Alex Di Minaur with Hot Shots Tennis
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Ajla Tomljanović, who started playing tennis at age 7, agreed with Alex, having reached the Wimbledon and US Open quarterfinals in 2022, among other significant achievements.

Ajla Tomljanovic with Hot Shots Tennis
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“Hot Shots Tennis is all about teamwork, having a ton of fun, and loving the game from the very beginning. The life lessons I learned playing tennis as a child are a big part of who I am today!” she praised.

Kids at the net with Hot Shots Tennis
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Arthur Ashe Kids Day

Arthur Ashe believed in using tennis to teach life skills, founding the National Junior Tennis League in 1969 with friends Charlie Pasarell and Sheridan Snyder. This organisation, now known as the National Junior Tennis and Learning Network, includes nearly 300 nonprofits. They provide free or low-cost tennis and education programs to over 160,000 under-resourced youth each year, focusing on academics, life skills, and tennis.

On Kids’ Day, children can enjoy interactive tennis activities sponsored by the US Open, such as Emirates Airlines’ Beat the Pro and the IBM SpeedZone.

Kids at the net with Hot Shots Tennis
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The Competition thanks to Hot Shots Tennis

To enter, your child must be enrolled in the Hot Shots Tennis program and part of the Hot Shots Crew. Simply have them share, in 25 words or less, who they want to win the US Open this year and why.

It’s a fun and easy way to motivate your child, create lasting family memories, and experience the excitement of the US Open together.

Don’t miss out—sign up today!

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    Catherine Cliffe Reply

    Tennis & the option to travel to the USA would be amazing!!1 Its’s so sad Alex Dthe Demon can’t play, he will return stronger than ever!

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