Tennis Australia is the governing body of tennis within Australia, linking to member associations throughout the country. We promote and facilitate participation in tennis at all levels, and also conduct national and international tournaments such as the Australian Open Grand Slam™.
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The organisation exists to promote tennis and to conduct domestic and international tournaments on behalf of Australia, including the Australian Open and the Davis Cup for the Australian Davis Cup Team. Tennis was established in Australia from around 1877, but it was not until 1904, in preparation for the Davis Cup, that the sport began to organise, with the founding of Tennis Australia's predecessor, the Australasian Lawn Tennis Association.
Australian Real Tennis Association has 581 members. The official site for ARTA - the Australian Real Tennis Association, the governing body for the game in Australia
AATC is one of the top and very professional Tennis Coaches Academy in Australia.
Tennis in Australia has been administered by Tennis Australia (formerly the Lawn Tennis Association of Australia (LTAA)) since 1904. Australia hosts the first of the four Grand Slam events of the year, the Australian Open. The Australian Open is managed by Tennis Australia and was first played in Melbourne in 1905.
Australasia Tennis Aces (ATA) is the leading Hong Kong tennis school specialising in coaching services, club tennis programs and corporate events. We are renowned for our high energy, motivated coaches as well as our fun and innovative programs.
The ATPCA is a supportive community of tennis coaches, operators, business owners, assistants, parents, students, tennis enthusiasts & fans. Our membership is designed to support, connect and service your needs.
The South Australian Championships (1889–1989), also known as the South Australian State Championships and later known as the South Australian Open was a professional men's tennis tournament played originally on outdoor grass courts up to 1987 when it switched to hard courts in its final two years.
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