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ACT 2021

ACT 2021








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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Australian Seniors Teams Announced

updated February 16, 2020


The Seniors Teams chosen to represent Australia at the ITF World Championships in Boca Raton, Florida have now been announced.




IPIN and Australian ITF Tournaments

posted February 04, 2020


If you currently have a Seniors Circuit IPIN registration and are entering an Australian ITF tournament for the first time in 2020, you will need to renew your IPIN before entering as your password will no longer be valid for the new IPIN website. Registration and/or renewal of an IPIN is now free. However, players will need to pay an IPIN fee (A$ 9) before their first match for each tournament.  These fees are now to be paid directly to the tournament organisation.



National Selection Committee 2020

updated February 04, 2020


The National Selection Committees for 2020 are:

Women: Kerryn Cyprien (Co-Ordinator), Kerry Ballard, Stefanie Boadle, Carol Campling, Sue Ferguson, Karen Pearce.

Men: David Evans (Co-Ordinator), Jarrod Broadbent, James Coulson, Roger Davey, Andrew Rae, Richard Sampson.

TSA Convenor is Bob Howes. TSA Team Administrator is Di Cassel.



TSA World Champions hosted at the Australian Open

posted January 23, 2020

World Champions

Travis Atkinson, Head of Tennis Delivery Channels, Tennis Australia hosted 2019 TSA Gold Medal winning world champions at the Australian Open on Monday 27 January.



Tennis Seniors Australia Annual Awards

posted January 23, 2020

Awards ceremony

At the TSA Awards dinner in Busselton, the Player of the Year for 2019 was awarded to Kerry Ballard (NSW).  The Administrator of the Year for 2019 was awarded to Robert Hughes (VIC). The Player Recognition Award for 2019 was presented to Kim Blackburne (NSW).



Update to Tennis Seniors Hall of Fame

posted January 20, 2020

Hall of fame

At the recent TSA Awards dinner, Max Bates (Qld) was inducted to the Tennis Seniors Australia Hall of Fame while Ros Balodis (ACT) was elevated from the Elite level to that of Legend.



2021 Australian Championships to be held in Canberra

posted January 13, 2020

Canberra tennis

The 2021 Tennis Seniors Australian Championships will be held in Canberra. The Teams Carnival will be held from 17-22 January while the Individual Championships will be held from 24-29 January.



2020 Tournament Calendar now available

posted January 13, 2020


The Tennis Seniors Australia Tournament Calendar is now available for 2020.



Queensland win Australian Teams Carnival

posted January 13, 2020

Queensland Win

The Australian Teams Carnival has been won by Queensland for the third year in a row. TSQ President was beside herself when it was announced at the Annual Awards dinner in Busselton. However she was quick to thank the Queensland players for the efforts of the week and to congratulate TSWA and the Busselton and Bunbury Clubs for such a magnificent week of tennis. The organisation, the courts and the weather were all superb.



Changing of the guard at Tennis Seniors Australia

posted January 13, 2020

Noel Jensen

The 51st Annual General Meeting of Tennis Seniors Australia Inc. was held on 9th January, 2020 in Busselton WA. The new Executive Committee now consists of Noel Jensen (President), Ian Worland (Vice President), Rob Hughes (Treasurer), Alan Walsh (Secretary), Di Cassel (Committee), Jeff Trevarthen (Committee).


Player rankings for December, 2019

posted December 30, 2019

Rankings Coordinator Gail Bates has recently released the list of player rankings as of end of December 2019. These include mens and womens rankings for both singles and doubles. Reminder to players who play ITF tournaments overseas, please notify the when you gain ITF points overseas



 Newcombe Award for Most Outsanding 35+ Senior

posted December 03, 2019

Pat Moloney

Last night TSA secretary Pat Moloney was honoured with the Newcombe award for Most Outstanding 35+ Senior for 2019. Pat has worked tirelessly for seniors for many years both at a national level and in the ACT. This year he also represented Australia for the first time in the over 75 team and won the Irish Open in his age group.


This award was richly deserved and we extend our heartiest congratulations to Pat. We also congratulate the other finalists, Roger Davey and Mike Ford.



 2020 Oceania Regional Championships

posted December 01, 2019


The 2020 Oceania Regional Championships will be held March 5-9, 2020 (Victorian Labour Day weekend) on the Melbourne clay courts.
The main venue is the iconic Kooyong Lawn Tennis Club, the major sponsor of the tournament. Entries are now open and will close Tuesday 25 February.