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The inaugural National Blind and Visually Impaired Championships took place on Sunday 14th October at the Ozone Indoor Tennis Arena in Belfast. Twenty players took part from all across Ireland with the biggest contingents from North and South Dublin under the leadership of  Sarah O’Donohoe...

Tennis Ireland, along with ATP and ITF Gold Badge Umpire Fergus Murphy will be running an Umpire's Course in October & November. The short 90-minute course will provide a great insight in to the work of an umpire, lines judge and court supervisor. It also provides...

The Olympic Federation of Ireland has named a squad of 16 athletes from 9 sports, to compete at the Summer Youth Olympic Games in October in Buenos Aires. Competition runs from October 6 to October 18 featuring over 4,000 athletes and over 32 sports. Georgia Drummy has been...

Massive congratulations to June Ann Byrne who on Friday last became a World Champion. With her partner Wil Sevenstern, June Ann captured the ITF World Individual Championship WD85 title. To make the win even more impressive they claimed victories over the No.1 seeds in the...

Good luck to the Irish players who have travelled this week to Croatia to compete for Ireland in the ITF Super-Seniors World Team Championships and World Individual Championships. Results as they come in, can be found by clicking on the individual events below. ITF Super-Seniors Kitty Godfree...

Tennis Ireland would like to announce that, Yvonne Doyle has informed the Board of Tennis Ireland of her intention to step down as the non-Playing Captain of the Irish Fed Cup team. Ms. Doyle, who played in 41 ties for Ireland in Fed Cup and received...

This year’s TCI National Coaches Conference theme is ‘CLUB COACHING’. Most coaches do most of their work in a tennis club environment. So we think it makes perfect sense to base the day around the challenges that face coaches in delivering programmes to suit all...

The final Inter-Provincial Championship of the year kicks off this Friday in Lansdowne Lawn Tennis Club. This time it is the turn of the Junior Veterans to represent their provinces. Junior Veterans consist of players in the following four age categories, over 35, 40, 45...

The Junior 4 Nations hosted this year by Tennis Ireland and overseen by Tournament Referee George Stevenson MBE and the staff of the Ulster Branch of Tennis Ireland, will take place Friday to Sunday in CIYMS Tennis Club in Belfast. This event brings Ireland, England, Scotland...

Tennis Ireland has announced the appointment of 5 new Portfolio Directors to the Board. This follows the recent AGM where CEO Richard Fahey also provided an overview of a successful year for the sport in Ireland. The new portfolio directors take up their roles immediately. The...

The Senior Inter-Provincial Championships took place in Windsor Lawn Tennis Club this year, with Simon McFarland acing as referee. All reports from players and spectators have been overwhelming positive, praising the organisation and atmosphere at the event. Munster were crowned the 2018 Senior Inter-Provincial Championships....

The Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Shane Ross T.D. and the Minister of State for Tourism and Sport, Brendan Griffin T.D, yesterday announced that €40 million is being made available under a new round of the Sports Capital Programme (SCP). The SCP is the...

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...