Author: Alan Duffy

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Attention all juniors a number of queries regarding entry into two tournaments in the same week have arisen recently. This is against Rule 5.1.2 of Tennis Ireland Rules and Regulations for Tournaments: "A player is specifically prohibited from entering more than one tournament advertised...

Congratulations to all players who will be representing Ireland in the ITF  World Team Championships in Finland on  19-24 June.   Best of Luck to all teams!      LADIES 50+        Carmel     O’Hare    Niamh      Kennedy    captain Gillian     Chandler    ...

Bjorn Thomson will get this pool deciding tie underway today at 2pm ( Irish time) when he takes on the Dimitar Grabul,the Macedonian No 2 player.Sam Barry will play Jotovski(ATP 676) and later team up with O'Hare to play Grabul/Jotovski in the doubles. The winners...

    NOTICE is hereby given that the Tennis Ireland Annual General Meeting will be held on Saturday, 9th April 2016 at 12.00 noon in The Osprey Hotel, Naas, Co Kildare.   An Agenda for the business to be conducted at the meeting is...

Vacancy- Tennis Ireland & Fingal CC Development Officer for the Fingal area   Tennis Ireland and Fingal County Council are recruiting a part-time Development Officer for the Fingal Area in Dublin. We are seeking an enthusiastic and motivated person with a background in sports...

GREAT WEEK FOR IRISH JUNIORS ON TOUR Headlining the Irish junior success this week was the unseeded 16 yr old Simon Carr. Playing a Grade 2 event in Hungary he made it all the way through to the...

Top Irish Junior Simon Carr had a great win in Tunisia in an ITF Category 3 event on Saturday, 23rd April 2016.  Simon had hit top form for this tournament and didn’t drop a set on his way to victory.  Along the way he...

Congratulations to Sam Barry who moves back up the ATP rankings after reaching the final of $50k Challenger in Bangkok last week. He now sits at #280 in the World rankings, this return to good form also means that he takes over the Irish No...