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NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING TENNIS IRELAND CLG (THE “COMPANY”)   Due to the current COVID-19 situation and the resulting government restrictions relating to indoor gatherings, there are several operational challenges and costs that impact on the holding and the conduct of the AGM this year.  In addition, there...

Meath Local Sports Partnership Safeguarding 1 Basic Awareness in Child Protection  12th August | 1st September | 14th September | 6th October | 6.30pm-9.30pm | Zoom (ONLINE)  This workshop will highlight the main principles of the Code and look at measures that clubs can take to create and...

On Sunday 21st June Peter Bothwell announced his retirement from the game. Peter, one of the hardest working players at all levels and so consistent on the tour, reached a career high with an ATP ranking of 447 (doubles) and 602 (singles) and an ITF...

In advance of Phase 3 which is due to commence in the Republic of Ireland from Monday 29th June, Tennis Ireland has prepared updated Return to Play Guidance for Clubs, Players and Coaches. The measures which are part of the third phase of lifting the public...

Tennis Ireland welcomed last night’s announcement by the Irish Government that a funding package of up to €70 million has been allocated as part of a Resilience Fund for Sport. Speaking at the announcement, Minister Ross said “The sport sector has been severely impacted by the...

The Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport Return to Sport Expert Group met yesterday to consider a range of queries raised by National Governing Bodies of Sport (NGB’s) relating to Phase 2 of the Roadmap for Reopening Society and Business in the Republic of Ireland.   In...

Tennis Ireland welcomes progression to Phase 2 of the Roadmap to Reopening Society Tennis Ireland welcomes today's Government announcement in relation to the further easing of restrictions relating to Phase 2 of the Roadmap for Reopening Society and Business. Tennis Ireland released its Phase 2 Guidelines to...

Tennis Ireland and its Ulster Branch Welcome Confirmation of a Restricted Reopening of Tennis in Northern Ireland On Tuesday 12th May last, First Minister Arlene Foster and Deputy First Minister Michelle O’Neill outlined, in the Northern Assembly, their five-stage plan for ending the coronavirus restrictions. The...

Following the release of a statement by Mr. Simon Harris TD, Minister for Health, last night, confirming that over 70’s can play Golf and Tennis if they live within a 5km radius of their home club, Tennis Ireland would like to update its guidance to...

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...

The Tennis Ireland policy and guidance in relation to the Covid 19 pandemic has been reviewed daily and our guidance has always been consistent with HSE and HSC NI advice.   The advice from these agencies, up until today, has been that it was appropriate to...

The Tennis Ireland National Rankings - Junior and Senior are now frozen. This has been done to protect the Rankings and provide fairness to players while the Tennis Ireland Tour has been suspended. A ranking freeze is in line with ITF Guidelines and is being...

The Team Ireland Tennis Programme has been established by Tennis Ireland with the support of Sport Ireland in order to provide funding and other supports to assist Irish Tennis Players, both male and female, in the early stages of their professional careers or indeed looking...

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 close and as the Tennis Ireland office is based in DCU, our office will be also closed from 12th March at 5.30pm until further notice. The National Tennis Centre will also be closed to the public during this time. Tennis...

The latest National Junior Spring Championships took place from Saturday 15th to Sunday 23rd February at West Wood Tennis Academy, Clontarf. The week was action packed with exciting matches each day, running the gamut of match types, from breathless sprints to endurance bouts decided by the...

This month Grainne O’Neill joined Tennis Ireland to take up a role as National Coordinator for Women in Tennis. Grainne has been involved in tennis for years in both a playing and coaching capacity and is thrilled to take the opportunity to now work in...