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Tennis Ireland are running two special limited entry events called the Kinder + Sport Trophy Series aimed at players with less than 150 Tennis Ireland Ranking Points. Please note, there are no ranking points awarded for these events. Please read the regulations below before considering entering a child. Regulations Venues...

Irishman Peter Bothwell reigns victorious at today’s AIG Irish Open Tennis Championships Finals Sunday, 5th August  Ulster’s Peter Bothwell showed strength and determination today on court 1 at Carrickmines to defeat Britain’s Ryan Storrie and go through to win his first title, Mens Champion at the AIG Irish...

TG4 to broadcast live coverage of the men’s and women’s finals on August 5th   AIG Insurance today officially launched the 2018 AIG Irish Open Tennis Championships, which will be held in Carrickmines Croquet and Lawn Tennis Club, Dublin from July 29th to August 5th.  This...

Tennis Ireland and Carrickmines LTC have joined forces to host the AIG Irish Open from 28th July – 5th August next. This event is a Combined Men’s and Ladies ITF Futures Tour Pro Event and is one of the highlights of the Tennis Ireland Calendar with...

Some tips for players when entering tournaments online. Please double check any unavailability that you enter over the next week, as you enter it. Please write a note to the tournament director if you think there might be an issue. Login to ti.tournamentsoftware.com and check...

Tennis Ireland are delighted to announce that 3 ITF Junior Events will take place in Ireland over June & July in Belfast, David Lloyd Riverview & Malahide TC Entries for the Malahide ITF are open until 12th June and all Irish players are encouraged to enter. More...

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 to take...

The Annual General Meeting of Tennis Ireland was held on Saturday 16th June in The Crowne Plaza Hotel in Santry where there was significant representation from almost 60 affiliated clubs and the Regional Branches.  The Chief Executive, Richard Fahey, provided a detailed operational review for the past...

Applications to become a Head or Assistant Coach on the 2018 Dublin Parks Tennis Programme are now being accepted. Parks Tennis Ireland is a non-profit making company in operation for 42 years, run by 28 volunteers and supported by various organizations, such as; Tennis Ireland, Sport...