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Team Spirit is alive and well

posted May 19 2022


Tennis Seniors Australia wishes to congratulate the Australian 65+ Mens Team for not only winning their event at the ITF World Teams Championships but also for Aussie spirit they showed in doing so. The following words from their Captain Glenn Busby demonstrate the latter so well, they are worth repeating here:



Outstanding Performances at the Worlds

posted May 17 2022

Jarrod Glenn

There were many great performances by Australians at the recent ITF World Senior and Super-Senior Championships held in Florida. Two in particular stand out those of Glenn Busby and Jarrod Broadbent.



Results ITF World Teams Championships (Seniors and Super-Seniors)

posted May 17 2022

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The final standings at the Super-Seniors and Seniors ITF World Team Championships held recently in Florida are...

65 Men 1st of 18
65 Women 10th of 12
70 Men 10th of 16
50 Men 3rd of 24
50 Women 14th of 22
55 Men 8th of 24
60 Men 8th of 21
60 Women 4th of 14


Notes from the Australian Women 60s and Mens 50s at the Worlds

posted May 17 2022

Womens 60+ Florida

The Australian Captains of both the Womens 60+ Team (Michelle Hill) and the Mens 50+ Team (Jarrod Broadbent) have agreed to share some of their Teams' experiences at the recent World Team Championships in Florida.

Womens 60+ Notes Mens 50+ Notes


TSA Young Senior Teams Announced

posted May 17, 2022

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The Australian Young Senior Teams to contest the ITF World Teams Championships in Lisbon later this year have now been announced.



Australia Win Gold at Super-Seniors World Team Championships

posted May 4, 2022

65+ Mens Champions

The Australian 65+ Mens Team of Glenn Busby, Stephen Dance and Wayne Pascoe have won the Britannia Cup at the recent ITF World Team Championships at Palm Beach, Florida with a hard fought win over the USA, two rubbers to one. Glenn Busby won his match over his USA counterpart Mark Vines 7-6 (3) 6-4. Stephen Dance went down to Daniel Waldman 4-6 0-6. Wayne Pascoe then combined with Glenn Busby to win the crucial doubles 6-2 6-4.



Player rankings as of April 30, 2022

(posted May 3, 2021)

Rankings Coordinator Gail Bates has recently released the list of player rankings as of April 30, 2022. These include mens and womens rankings for both singles and doubles. 


Please note: Players should notify the National Ranking Coordinator Gail Bates () when they compete in an ITF (Overseas) Seniors Tournament for their points to be added to the Australian Seniors Ranking System.



ITF World Tennis Masters 30,35,40,45 Championships

posted April 20, 2022


Event Fact Sheets are now available for both the Team and Individual Championships which are to be held in Portugal between the 31 July and 13 August this year.


ITF World Tennis Masters Tour

(posted March 18, 2021)


The ITF Seniors Tour will be re-named the ITF World Tennis Masters Tour, effective for all tournaments taking place in the tournament week of 1 August 2022 onwards.



TSQ State Championships Upgrade to 1000

posted March 3, 2022

TSQ Championships

Tennis Seniors Australia (TSA) is pleased to announce that the TSQ State Championships on the Gold Coast (30 June 4 July 2022) has been upgraded by the ITF from a 700 to a 1000. Tennis Australia (TA) worked with ITF Seniors and the ITF Seniors Committee on a proposal to upgrade this tournament - on a one-off basis - to give Australian players an opportunity in 2022 to compete for increased points.