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Welcome to the world of 35+ seniors tennis, where our mission is to increase the playing opportunities and social interaction for tennis players of all standards over age 35.

 

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Accommodation in Shepparton January 2016

(posted Feb 27, 2015)

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There have been reports of limited accommodation being available in Shepparton for January 2016.  This has been checked with the Tourism Bureau there and is not correct.  For enquiries please visit www.discovershepparton.com.au or call the Tourism Office on 1800 80883.

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Changes to ITF World Title date format

(posted Feb 19, 2015)

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The ITF have advised that as from 2016, the World Team Championships will be held Sunday-Friday (not Monday-Saturday as is currently the case) and the Individual Championships Saturday to Saturday (not Sunday-Sunday)  This is in response to feedback that players find it difficult to remain on site until the end of Sunday of the Individual Championships due to work or family commitments. 

 

New Zealand Seniors National teams Event

(posted Feb 13, 2015)

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New Zealand Seniors have invited any interested players to form a team and participate in their Teams Event in April. The evnt will be hosted by Canterbury Tennis Seniors at the Elmwood and Cashmere Tennis Clubs. 

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Senior Teams announced for World Championships in France

(posted Feb 9, 2015)

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The Senior Teams to represent Australia at the World Championships in La Baule, France in June 2015 has now been announced. Congratulations to all those players who have been selected. 

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Player rankings for February, 2015

(posted Feb 9, 2015)

Rankings Coordinator Gail Bates has recently released the list of player rankings as of February, 2015. These include mens and womens rankings for both singles and doubles. 

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China Tennis Tour 2015

(posted Feb 5, 2015)

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The China Tennis Tour in 2015 will be hosted by well known tennis identity and Australian great Judy Dalton. The tour encompasses China’s great culture, history and sights including the Forbidden City, Tiananmen Square, The Great Wall of China and more as well as a post-tour option to Shanghai including Tennis club matches in both cities. Players of all standards, partners, friends and non-tennis players are most welcome.

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