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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...

In December 2020 Tennis Ireland developed a programme and platform for Young Women across Ireland to discuss and collaborate on how to grow tennis for Irish women and empower future leaders. 28 females from 26 clubs across Ireland took part in the programme which took...

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...

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...

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a major disruption to the whole community, including Tennis Clubs across Ireland. Tennis Ireland has compiled Club Support Information Packs relevant to both jurisdictions within which the sport operates that outline a range of government and community schemes that can help...

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...

DCU are following Government instructions to remain closed and as the Tennis Ireland office is based in DCU, our office will continue to remain closed until further notice.  Tennis Ireland will continue to operate online until the office is reopened. Please see contact e-mails below for...

  Tennis Ireland recently launched the ITF World Tennis Number with an Invitational Event featuring some of our top players, becoming one of the first countries in the world to do so.   We would now like to begin the process of introducing the ITF World Tennis Number...

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...

An Taoiseach, Micheál Martin, earlier this evening, provided an update to the nation on the situation as it pertains to COVID-19 and the Level 5 restrictions that are currently in place.  There will, undoubtedly, be disappointment amongst the Tennis community that even though Tennis is a...

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...

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...

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...