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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...

It is onwards and upwards for Ireland as they advance to Davis Cup World Group II. On 5th December 2021 Ireland were drawn against China in the World Group II playoff due to be played on 4th and 5th March 2022 however news emerged today that...

NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING TENNIS IRELAND CLG (THE “COMPANY”)   Notice is hereby given that the Annual General Meeting of the Company will be held at 6pm on Thursday 3rd February 2022 on Zoom for the purposes of considering and, if thought fit, passing the following resolutions of...

On Friday 12th November the President of Tennis Ireland received a confirmation letter from the International Tennis Federation’s Executive Director of Tennis Development stating that, based on the evidence submitted by our National Governing Body, the ITF were formally recognising the Coaches Education system of...

As COVID-19 restrictions have eased over the last number of months, Tennis Ireland is delighted to be able to provide more international competitive opportunities for junior players. In early June, Tennis Ireland hosted a qualification event in Naas TC for two Irish teams to compete in...

Minister of State for Sport and the Gaeltacht., Jack Chambers, TD, attended the Tennis Ireland National Tennis Centre at Albert College Park this morning to officially unveil three new clay courts at the venue.    The Minister was also joined by students from 4th class from the...

Tennis Ireland is delighted to announce that the Junior Four Nations will be taking place in 2021 after the event was cancelled in 2020 due to COVID-19. The event takes place in the UK from 24th-26th September with three teams representing Ireland at 12 and under,...

Earlier this year, Ireland became one of the first countries in the world to launch the ITF World Tennis Number. The ITF World Tennis Number is for all tennis players, regardless of age, gender or ability and is a real-time skill level rating of your play....

Sport Ireland today announced a €150,000 investment in Tennis Ireland’s Women in Tennis Programme.  The funding is part of a larger investment of €4million over the two years 2021 and 2022 by Sport Ireland in its Women in Sport Programme. This investment aims to support NGB’s...

Ireland will compete in the Billie Jean King Cup (formerly known as Fed Cup) in Vilnius, Lithuania from 15th to 19th June in Europe/Africa Group III as they aim for promotion to Group II. The official draw takes place on 14th June and teams will compete...

Ireland will compete in the Davis Cup Europe Group III event in Larnaca, Cyprus from 16th to 19th June with the goal of qualifying for the Group II playoffs later in the year. The official draw takes place on 15th June where two pools of teams...

Tennis Ireland launches Gender Equality Strategy “Equal Advantage”.   The Tennis Ireland strategy, which is being delivered in tandem with the ITF’s Advantage All Programme and Sport Ireland’s Women in Sport Programme highlights the following five key themes aimed at improving gender equality in all areas of the game to ensure...

Tennis Ireland is very proud to be one of the first nations in the world to launch the ITF World Tennis Number developed by the International Tennis Federation. The ITF World Tennis Number is a brand new, inclusive, and comprehensive rating system. The ITF World Tennis...