Selwyn College offers a range of opportunities to get involved in tennis, from learning to play through to representing the school competitively.  We have a fantastic partnership with Kiwi Tennis, based at Orakei Tennis Club, who provide professional coaching and tuition for our teams and programmes. 

In 2022, we will be introducing a new social tennis option, similar to the very successful Selwyn Badminton League.

  1. Competitive Inter-School Programme
    Aimed at competitive tennis players – representative teams of six compete against other schools in the College Sport Auckland competition.
  2. Learn to Play/Development Programme
    Kiwi Tennis offer a learn to play programme run by professional coaches at the school courts on a Wednesday morning – perfect for those interested in tennis who needs some coaching to improve their confidence.
  3. Selwyn Tennis League
    New for 2022, the Selwyn Tennis league caters for those players look for a more social experience.



Selwyn College offers competitive players the chance to represent the school in the College Sport Auckland tennis competition.  The competition runs in Term 1, with a junior competition also offered in Term 4, with matches on Saturday mornings.  All representatives teams train with a professional Kiwi Tennis coach on Wednesday mornings.

The cost of the programme is $80 which covers coaching, equipment and entry fees.
Each team requires a parent to act as a manager on Saturdays – all other coaching etc is taken care of through Kiwi Tennis.


The Learn to Play/Development Programme is aimed at teaching interested students who are new to the game how to play tennis, and to help those players who are keen to develop their skills. The programme runs on a Wednesday morning in Term 1 and is coached by professional coaches from Kiwi Tennis.


The cost of the programme is $80 per term.


The Selwyn Tennis League (Term 1) is a new offering in 2022 and will be a fantastic opportunity for students to experience competitive badminton in a social environment with no travel requirements.

Students make up their own teams of 4-5 players and 4 play each week in a series of doubles matches.  The league runs on Fridays after school from 3.15pm-4.30pm.
The cost to play in the league is $5 per player per term.