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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 for Oceania Regional Championships 2019

posted January 05, 2019


TSA have been able to secure discounted accommodation at the Quest Apartments for those attending the Oceania Tournament in March, 2019.



Tennis Seniors Australia Annual Report

posted January 05, 2019


TSA President Peter Dighton has published the TSA Annual Report for 2018.



Player rankings for December, 2018

posted December 27, 2018

Rankings Coordinator Gail Bates has recently released the list of player rankings as of end of December 2018. These include mens and womens rankings for both singles and doubles. 



Busselton & Bunbury to host 2020 Australian Championships

updated December 19, 2018


Tennis Seniors WA (TSWA), in partnership with Tennis West have announced that the 2020 Australian Seniors Tennis Championships will be held in the State’s South West, with Busselton and Bunbury Tennis Club set to co-host the prestigious event .



2019 Tennis Seniors Australia Tournament Calendar

posted December 12, 2018


Tennis Seniors Australia has now collated the 2019 tournament information from each of the States and Territories into a tournament calendar which is now available for downloading.



Australian Teams Nomination Requirements

posted December 08, 2018


TSA has revised the Australian Teams Nomination Form and it has been uploaded onto 92 Computing. When nominating for the 2019 Australian Representative Teams nominees are advised to read the requirements and fully understand the commitment they are undertaking . Failure to comply with these requirements may effect selection in future Australian Representative Teams.



Peter Froelich awarded Most Outstanding 35+ Tennis Senior

posted November 28, 2018

Peter Froelich

The Executive of TSA is pleased to congratulate our Treasurer, Peter Froelich, on winning the Newcombe award for 2018 as the most outstanding 35+ tennis senior. Apart from doing a terrific job as treasurer for the last seven years and organising the Oceanic Region tournament at Kooyong since its inception, Peter has represented Australia 21 times, including acting as Captain on 9 occasions. He has won 9 individual World titles and has won the Australian Seniors Singles 15 times.



2019 ITF World Championships

posted November 28, 2018

ITF Seniors

The dates and venues of the three 2019 World Championships have now been finalised:

  • Young Seniors: Miami Beach, USA, 20 Oct - 2 Nov
  • Seniors: West Lisbon & Estoril, Portugal, 4 - 17 Aug
  • Super-Seniors: Umag, Croatia, 15 - 28 Sep



Oceania Regional Championships 2019

posted November 20, 2018


Entries are now open for the 2019 Oceania Regional Championships. It is the most prestigious seniors tennis event on the Oceania calendar with ranking points second only to the World Championships. It will be held March 7-11, 2019 (Victorian Labour Day weekend) on Melbourne clay courts. The main venue is the iconic Kooyong Lawn Tennis Club, the major sponsor of the tournament.



Workshop Announcement

posted November 15, 2018


Representatives from TSA and Tennis Australia met in September to collaborate playing opportunities, tournaments, administration and future projects. Importantly, discussions centred around both senior performance players as well as ways to grow tennis participation and social play of adult/seniors across the country.  To gain further insights from the field and tap into the considerable knowledge in each State/Territory a workshop is planned for Monday, 10 December 2018.



Australian Seniors Tennis Players Hall of Fame

posted November 5, 2018

hall of fame 

The TSA Executive is delighted to announce the creation of the Australia Seniors Tennis Players Hall of Fame, to be launched at our Presentation Dinner to be held Friday 11th January 2019 in Shepparton. A player is deemed eligible for induction into the Hall of Fame based on a formula that takes account of performance at World and Australian Championships in singles, doubles and mixed. While there have been many Australians to have won World Titles, only 12 have made the initial entry into the Hall of Fame.