Tennis Ireland also selects and manages the Irish Fed Cup team, our premier international women’s’ tennis team and Ireland will next compete in Fed Cup in Europe / Africa Group III in Spring 2019. Download this PDF for more info.
The purpose of the role is to support the administration of Tennis tournaments, events and leagues organised within the jurisdiction of the Leinster Branch of Tennis Ireland and providing a general tournament advisory service to Leinster based stakeholders. Download this PDF for more info
24th June – 29th June, 2018 at Kilkenny College. Download Brochure for more info and application fomr
Rathdown Summer Tennis Camp. Is a unique tennis camp that is catering for junior beginner, development and performance players. The tennis camp will be ran by Tennis Ireland level 3 coaches Paul Casey and John McGahon from July 16th – July 20th. Parents, coaches or players can register online via www.skillstennisacademy.comor contact 0876770573 to confirm your […]
Tennis Go Pro Ireland presents 1st clinic Spanish tennis way Dublin. Sunday 13th May, 2018 at Bush Park Tennis & Padel Club. View leaflet for more info and contact details
The Competition’s Manager will have responsibility for the delivery of a comprehensive competitions programme for players at all levels of Tennis in Ireland and provide strategic support and guidance in this area for key stakeholders. For more information go to Tennis Ireland website.
Everyday of the year, all around the world, tens of thousands of tennis matches are played. And exactly 50% of the people who play in these matches end up on the losing side… But is losing a tennis match always such a bad thing? I would argue that there are in fact some benefits to […]
The thinking behind the GBA is simple – tennis is a game. Every game needs to be played, and playing is a tactical endeavour. Success in any game requires clear intentions, decision making and problem solving. In regard to technique, tennis is not figure skating. No judges are at the side saying “your follow through […]
Parents are considered to have the most influence during a child’s early psychological and social development throughout their initiation into sport. Although the academic study of sport parenting is less extensive and historically established than sport coaching, the literature reflecting parental influence and involvement in youth sport has grown substantially in recent years. Research posits […]
See the latest video in Tennis Coach Ireland’s ‘Keys to Winning Tennis’ series…