Malua Bay Tennis Club members are excited over a gift from the savvy and senior to the up and coming.
Club secretary Judy Thomson wants to see youth enjoy tennis as much as she does, so she built a practice wall just for that.
The 89-year-old took an interest in tennis at a young age after watching her mother play.
Mrs Thomson used a brick wall to develop her tennis skills as a child, which helped her become a tennis champion.
Mrs Thomson's friend and club member Helen Hughes said: "For most of our generation, that's how we learnt. We had a brick wall up the side of the house to hit a ball against."
It's Mrs Thomson's goal to still be on the tennis court at the age of 90 and her dream was to encourage youth in the community to have a go too. So she went to council and was granted approval to build a practice wall outside the club.
Mrs Thomson donated the wall, which is free to use and accessible for youth whenever they want.
The wall will soon be painted green with a line at the height of a net.
"I am hoping she will go there one day and see young people hitting the ball against it," Ms Hughes said.