Tennis is a well-supported sport at Matthew Flinders Anglican College, with a number of competitions that students can compete in. The College actively supports tennis within the wider community by giving access to families within the community for no cost, an initiative called Key Holders.
The College fields teams (consisting of girls and boys across the Primary and Secondary schools) in the Sunshine Coast Tennis Association Saturday fixtures competition throughout the summer (October to February – 14 Saturdays and 3 weekends of finals occurs) and winter (May to September – 13 Saturdays and 3 weekends of finals occurs) seasons.
Inter-School tennis opportunities abound with SCISSA Secondary (Wednesday afternoons) and PrimarySCISSA throughout the year.
Matthew Flinders Anglican College teams compete in the Queensland Primary and Secondary schools knock-out competitions and often qualify for state finals.
Queensland Secondary Schools Round Robin Knock-Out competition is a state-wide competition organised by Tennis Queensland. A maximum of 2 girls and 2 boys teams may be entered. Grand finals are held in Rockhampton. Matthew Flinders Anglican College Tennis Open is a school-run competition for all students. Girls and boys singles doubles and mixed doubles are contested at three levels: Primary, Junior Secondary (up to and including Year 10) and Senior Secondary.
The College tennis courts are managed by an external coach who provides a high quality program catering for beginners through to nationally ranked juniors before and after school.