State Seniors

 

2015 TSA Championships
Canberra

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World Individual Championships begin in Turkey

(posted October 20, 2014)

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The World Super Seniors Individual Championships got underway yesterday after the Opening Ceremony (pictured) Most of the Australian players will be in action from today (Monday).

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World Champions!  Gold for Australia in the Mens 75s

(posted October 19, 2014)

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The USA has won the Bitsy Grant Cup for the last six years, but in 2014 it was deservedly Australia's turn as the team played great tennis all week and finished on a high to win gold.


In the opening singles, Bruce Rehn struggled against his opponent to lose 3 and 3. Bob Howes redeemed the position with a straight set win, 3 and 3. In the deciding doubles Bob teamed with John Mansfield to run out clear winners, 0 and 2. This team finished the top of the thirteen team competition.

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Day 6 Turkey - Bronze medals to 5 Aus teams

(posted October 19, 2014)

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The men's 60, 70 and 80 teams all won their play offs for third to claim bronze medals. The women's 60 and 80 teams also won their play offs for third position.

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Volume 3 of the Racquet out now

(posted October 16, 2014)

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The latest edition of "The Racquet" has now been published.  More interesting news and views in this one we hope.  Read about the deal negotiated with Shepparton to host the Australian Teams Carnival and Individual Championships in 2016, and the fascinating story of sisters playing at Wimbledon - amongst other stories of course! 

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TSA Executive meeting in Sydney

(posted October 8, 2014)

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The TSA Executive met in Sydney at the conclusion of the TSNSW Championships and discussed a number of important issues.  A summary of the discussion points is now available via the link below.

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