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Tennis Ireland is very pleased to announce the launch of our new TI Junior Tour. The new structure whilst similar to the existing one offers a broad platform to support Junior Tennis and players at all levels. The new structure will be greatly beneficial to junior tennis...

Tennis Ireland welcomed yesterday the announcement by Sport Ireland of €450k in 2020 Core funding and €200k in High Performance funding to support the work of Tennis Ireland. These allocations were in addition to previous recent announcements of €40k to support the Enjoy Tennis Programme and...

What a week!! The 2020 Shared Access National Indoors took place in David Lloyd Riverview from 28th – 30th December and 2nd – 5th January 2020. And with both Juniors and Seniors in the same venue, the tournament proved to be a great success. The week in...

As part of our objective of adding value to our clubs and its members, Tennis Ireland has entered a partnership with AON to promote an insurance package specifically designed for Tennis Ireland Affiliated Clubs called Tennis Care.   AON has a long history of providing insurance solutions...

Entry to the Spring Championships is now online. This tournament will be run as a TI Tour 1000 event. With a 1000 points available to the winner.  The tournament will be played in West Wood Clontarf from Saturday 15th to Sunday 23rd February. This tournament will...

Tennis Ireland is delighted to confirm the Nationally Ranked Year End No. 1s.  U12 Reese McCann Amy Maccarthy   U14 Roy Keegan Elena Karantali   U16 Dylan Leeman Breda Brennan   U18 Ammar Elamin Juliana Carton   Men’s Simon Carr   Women’s Georgia Drummy   We congratulate all of the players who made the year such a success, with a special mention to the Number Ones in each...

Ireland competed in the 14th Edition of the 2019 BNP Paribas Master 'U Tournament from 29th Nov to 1st December where we finished in 3rd place to secure a Bronze medal for the first time in the history of the event. This is a fantastic...

€40k funding boost for Tennis Ireland Enjoy Tennis Programme Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Shane Ross TD, and Minister of State for Tourism and Sport, Brendan Griffin TD, today announced funding of €40k to Tennis Ireland in order to support the organisations Enjoy Tennis Programme...

  Tennis Ireland today welcomed the announcement of over €1.8m in direct funding for 42 Irish Tennis Clubs under the 2018 Sports Capital Programme by Shane Ross T.D, Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, and Brendan Griffin T.D. Minister of State for Tourism and Sport. In total...

David Haggerty has been re-elected as President of the International Tennis Federation on a four-year term after a convincing first round victory at the ITF AGM in Lisbon.   The American had been seeking a second term as President at the governing body's Annual General Meeting in...

The Annual General Meeting of Tennis Ireland CLG was held at Fota Island Hotel in Cork yesterday where there was significant representation from affiliated clubs and Regional Branches.  Chief Executive, Richard Fahey provided a detailed operational review for the past year in which he highlighted the...

  AIG Irish Open Tennis Championships 2019   Day 7 - Finals day   There were big crowds up for the finals of the AIG Irish Open today at Carrickmines Croquet and Lawn Tennis Club. Perfect playing conditions, a slight breeze and a bit of cloud cover giving some relief from...

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 The Fota Island Hotel, Fota Island, Cork, T45 HX62 on 11 July 2019 at 8 o’clock p.m. for the purposes of considering...

Tennis Ireland today, announced that Performance Director, Garry Cahill, has made the decision to resign his position, effective August 30th next. “Garry joined Tennis Ireland in 2006, firstly as National Coach, before taking up the position of Performance Director and Academy Head Coach in 2009.  During...

Criteria for Wild Cards for Tournaments in Ireland 1. INTRODUCTION A ‘wild card’ is a player included in the draw of a tennis event at the discretion of the tournament’s organising committee or organisation. Both main draw and qualifying wild cards may be made available at events. A...