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Ranking Freeze and Interim Transition Points 2021 If you have any questions or spot any errors please contact competitions@tennisireland.ie. The onset of COVID-19 and the resulting restriction applied throughout 2020 has had a significant impact on our sport, particularly in relation to the disruption of our competition...

An Taoiseach, Micheál Martin, this evening announced the return of “full scale” Level 5 restrictions from midnight tonight (30th December) until at least January 31st in a bid to contain the spread of the Covid-19 virus. Unfortunately, this means that no indoor or outdoor tennis activities, including those involving children, should...

Killaloe Ballina Tennis Club (KBTC) which serves the twin towns of Killaloe and Ballina and the surrounding area is located in the picturesque village of Killaloe in Co. Clare. It boasts four floodlit all-weather tennis courts and a clubhouse with a common room and changing...

In our November newsletter we asked Irish tennis shops or online businesses from around the country to get in touch so we could create a list and support Irish owned businesses this Christmas and encourage the tennis community to shop local. If you would like to...

Tennis Ireland and its Ulster Branch are pleased to announce that Sport Northern Ireland have launched the Sports Sustainability Fund, with an allocation of £25 million to support sporting National Governing Bodies and clubs in Northern Ireland. Sport NI and the Department for Communities recognise the significant...

Tennis Ireland would like to take this opportunity to acknowledge the contribution its clubs and their membership have made in adhering to the most recent Level 5 restrictions. You will be aware that the Government met today to consider the easing of Level 5 restrictions and...

The Republic of Ireland has moved to Level 5 status since midnight, Wednesday 21st October.The movement to Level 5 will have a significant impact on all activities in all clubs in the Republic of Ireland.The main implications of Level 5 include the following:Facilities should close...

Tennis Ireland and the wider sporting sector have received clarification from Government, this evening, in relation to the protocols that refer to Level 5 of the Framework for Restrictive Measures to deal with the COVID-19 emergency. The Government’s guidance on Level 5 is now clear, with...

Following a communication this morning from Sport Ireland, Tennis Ireland, notwithstanding to its communication yesterday evening,  must unfortunately now ask all member Clubs to suspend all activities (including all junior coaching programmes) in the Republic of Ireland with immediate effect. The Department of Sport Expert Group...

The Board of Tennis Ireland met this evening to consider, among other items, the implications of Level 5 of the Government’s Framework for Living with COVID-19. As the country moves to Level 5 from midnight, there is an impending need to communicate our interpretations of the...

16th October 2020 From midnight on Thursday 15th October, counties Cavan, Donegal and Monaghan moved to Level 4 status of restrictions aimed at fighting the transmission of COVID-19. The rest of the Republic of Ireland remains at level 3 with some additional measures required by Government. Following the...

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...