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Tennis Ireland has announced upcoming Performance Camps for Summer 2022.   Camps will take place in Leinster, Munster and Ulster and are open to top ranked players across the country aimed at improving performance. All camps will be led by the Performance Directors in each province.   Dates and registration...

This week sees the return of Ireland Seniors to international competition after the impact of COVID-19 in 2020 and 2021.   Ireland Seniors are playing in the ITF World Team Championships from 24th to 29th April which takes place in Palm Beach, Florida. Tennis Ireland is delighted to...

The Department of Physical Education and Sport Sciences at the University of Limerick is currently recruiting coaches for the MSc in Applied Sports Coaching. The programme invites applications from experienced coaches who are interested in engaging with peers from a diverse range of sports in an...

The Blind / Visually Impaired (VI) National Tennis Championships were held last weekend, on Sunday 10th April, in Shankill LTC, Shankill, Co Dublin. Various clubs from around the country converged on the magnificent indoor courts at Shankill Tennis Club to compete for national titles. Forty players...

Tennis Ireland supports tennis activities and opportunities for children and young people to participate through events organised by all our stakeholders. The NGB is committed to safeguarding children and young people and we expect all our affiliated stakeholders to work under the guidance of our Safeguarding...

Sport Ireland requires Tennis Ireland to ensure all members working with children and young people complete the Sport Ireland Safeguarding workshops. Safeguarding 1: any person working with or has interaction with or who is involved in the planning/ administration of activities or events with young people...

On the back of a successful U12 Tennis Europe event in February, Tennis Ireland is delighted to announce we will be hosting the Poland U12 team in an International friendly later this month. In October 2021 Tennis Ireland visited Tenis Kozerki where Ireland U14s and U18s...

Overview: Badminton Ireland, Table Tennis Ireland, Tennis Ireland and Irish Squash are collaborating to create a network of like-minded women in a 'Racquet Sports Coaches Leadership Programme' who are all striving to be the best they can be as coaches and learn and collaborate with our...

Calling all Clubs & Coaches,   You are invited to rally behind a brilliant fundraising campaign called ‘Tennis 4 Cancer’ which is all about having lots of fun whilst raising money for two very important cancer charities!  You can get your tennis club involved by organising a range of...

The International Tennis Federation (ITF) and Tennis Europe have both issued releases condemning Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and the supporting role played by Belarus.   In addition to the cancellation of all ITF/TE events in those countries, both the Russian Tennis Federation (RTF) and Belarus Tennis Federation...

In 2020 Tennis Ireland launched the Team Ireland Programme with the support of Sport Ireland to provide funding and assistance for Irish Tennis Players in their professional careers. Under the scheme there are 4 Tiers, including a tier for Wheelchair athletes and a new Bridging Tier...

Tennis Ireland is delighted to announce that over €5.4m in Sports Capital and Equipment funding has been awarded by the Minister for Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media, Catherine Martin, and Minister of State for the Gaeltacht and Sport, Jack Chambers. This significant investment was...

As you are no doubt aware, on Friday January 21st the Government made a positive announcement in relation to Public Health Measures.  The full announcement can be accessed here: gov.ie - Government announces that most of the public health measures currently in place can be removed...