Wyndham City has opened serve on its much-anticipated Wootten Road Reserve tennis court renewal project, with works now underway.

The project involves upgrading courts 1, 2 and 3 with acrylic surfacing in line with the Active Wyndham Strategy and the Wyndham Sports Strategy 2045.

Work also includes general landscaping.

Wyndham City’s Active City portfolio holder, Councillor Peter Maynard, said these works would deliver hard-wearing, low maintenance surfaces that would be suitable for both club use and public access.

“This redevelopment will breathe new life into the courts and will result in reduced court maintenance, in turn giving players more court time,” Cr Maynard said. 

“These works will be particularly beneficial for Wootten Road Reserve’s host club, Hoppers Crossing Tennis Club.”

Wootten Road Reserve tennis courts 4-9 will remain open (courts 4-6 for club use; courts 7-9 for public use) while these works are being undertaken.

“Now that summer is here and the Australian Open is around the corner, why not dust off your tennis racket and head down to one of the many community tennis courts across Wyndham,” Cr Maynard said.

To find a public tennis court, go to: https://www.wyndham.vic.gov.au/services/sports-parks-recreation/active-wyndham/community-access-tennis-courts

Keep up to date with the progress of the Wootten Road tennis court renewal and other capital works projects happening near you through the Capital Works Dashboard: https://www.wyndham.vic.gov.au/capitalworksdashboard  

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