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Entries re-open for Tennis Seniors Queensland Championships

(posted May 7, 2015)


Following the decision to include both IPIN and non-IPIN events in the TSQ Champs format, entries have now re-opened on both CAT and the ITF site.  Please note that players cannot enter both IPIN and non-IPIN events - the exception to this is if IPIN entrants are eliminated from all IPIN events prior to the on-site closing times for non-IPIN events.  Please read the tournament conditions for full details.  IPIN players must enter on both and and must pay for all events on the 92computing site.  Non-IPIN entrants must enter and pay on


Victorian Seniors Claycourt Championships

(posted Apr 30, 2015)


Players are reminded that the Tennis Seniors Claycourt Championships are to be held at the Dingley Tennis Club (a south-east suburb of greater Melbourne) from Friday, June 5 to Monday, June 8 (the Queen’s Birthday week-end) This is a GRADE 2, ITF event and grade 2 points are awarded. Entries close May 20.


ACT Championships 2015

(posted Apr 15, 2015)


Tom Hancy reports on the recently completed ACT Champs in Canberra.


Player rankings for April 2015

(posted Apr 11, 2015)

The player rankings as of April 2015 have now been published. These include mens and womens rankings for both singles and doubles. In addition to these, ranking Coordinator Gail Bates has included a list of Australian players who are currently in the ITF top 10 for singles, doubles and or mixed doubles.


TSA Annual Report for 2013-14

(posted Apr 9, 2015)


The Executive of Tennis Seniors Australia Inc (TSA) present their report on the activities of TSA for 2013-14, and the financial results
for the year ended 30 September 2014.


Tom Hancy appointed Publicity Officer for TSA

(posted Apr 4, 2015)

Tom Hancy

The TSA Executive is pleased to advise that Life Member and former Secretary Tom Hancy has agreed to take on the role of Publicity Officer. He will be responsible for daily website updates when Australian teams are playing World Titles, tournament reviews, and will also assist with articles as needed for The Racquet. Welcome back to the team Tom!.