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The Government announced yesterday evening that the Republic of Ireland will move to Level 3 status from midnight tonight (6th October). This will impact on coaching programmes, events and competitions in all clubs in the Republic of Ireland as per the framework issued to all clubs...

We were very lucky recently, to spend some time with Jim Murphy, father of Fergus Murphy, Ireland’s only professional tennis umpire, as he celebrated his 90th birthday in March of this year. It was very clear how Jim Murphy could teach us all a thing or...

The Minister for Media, Tourism, Arts, Culture, Sport and the Gaeltacht, Catherine Martin TD and Minister of State for Sport and the Gaeltacht, Jack Chambers TD, today announced a new allocation of funding of €100k to Tennis Ireland.  €50k has been allocated in order to support...

The Republic of Ireland is moving from a short-term emergency response approach to COVID-19, to a medium-term approach to managing risk and repairing the damage that COVID-19 has inflicted on society.To this end, a Framework for Restrictive Measures as part of the Plan for Living with COVID-19 has...

Framework for Playing Tennis during COVID-19 The COVID-19 pandemic has led to extraordinary demands on every one of us as individuals, as parents, as families, as workers, as business owners, as players and as clubs. The Republic of Ireland as a country is moving from...

What a week of fantastic tennis! The 2020 William Fry Junior Lawn Tennis Championships of Ireland took place in Fitzwilliam Lawn Tennis Club from Sunday 16th – Saturday 22nd August. The atmosphere that was once filled by spectators was missed this year as we get used...

The Annual General Meeting of Tennis Ireland was held via Zoom on Saturday 22nd July and Chaired by President Shane Cooke. There was significant representation from the Tennis Community, with 49 attendees joining the Meeting which was held remotely on account of the COVID-19 emergency. The Chief...

The National Tennis Centre at Albert College Park is available for public bookings from Monday to Sunday.     View availability and book your court on https://tennisireland.skedda.com/booking?fbclid=IwAR377EZd4-nz0KUgPyviONjsdzVQTibAOhW2qdIr-vfxEARPd5SPwLNPNlo You can also book your court by email on courtbookings@tennisireland.ie   Please note that only outdoor courts are available on the weekends.   For more information...

Parks Tennis is back! Launching venues in Dublin and Wicklow for fun summer camps in August Make sure to support this brilliant grassroots programme and book your place HERE. Details on venues, dates and times available can be found below. Cost: €35 per child per camp, plus...

NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING TENNIS IRELAND CLG (THE “COMPANY”)   Due to the current COVID-19 situation and the resulting government restrictions relating to indoor gatherings, there are several operational challenges and costs that impact on the holding and the conduct of the AGM this year.  In addition, there...

On Sunday 21st June Peter Bothwell announced his retirement from the game. Peter, one of the hardest working players at all levels and so consistent on the tour, reached a career high with an ATP ranking of 447 (doubles) and 602 (singles) and an ITF...

In advance of Phase 3 which is due to commence in the Republic of Ireland from Monday 29th June, Tennis Ireland has prepared updated Return to Play Guidance for Clubs, Players and Coaches. The measures which are part of the third phase of lifting the public...

Tennis Ireland welcomed last night’s announcement by the Irish Government that a funding package of up to €70 million has been allocated as part of a Resilience Fund for Sport. Speaking at the announcement, Minister Ross said “The sport sector has been severely impacted by the...