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Success for Queenslanders at 2022 NSW PWII DHOH OPEN
NSW PWII DHOH_Web Baner_1400x580 (1)Earlier this month, 8 Queenslanders travelled down to Sydney to complete in the 2022 NSW People With Intellectual Impairment (PWII) & Deaf Hard Of Hearing (DHOH) Open.…
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Ace for Daisy Hill State School
School Principal, Debbie Hinton; Coach, Serdar (Smart Tennis Academy); Hon Mick de Brenni MP; P&C President, Justin Skelton; School Captains, Kyra peters and Chayse Hartley with Vice Captain Jade Murphy.Daisy Hill State School is hitting aces, today announcing upgrades to the schools tennis court which will see the installation of a new hardcourt and LED lighting system, setting…
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Floods Fail to Dampen Community Spirit
Website_QLD Flood Story_1400x580It started with days upon days of relentless rain that had no intention of stopping. From Maryborough to Northern New South Wales and everywhere in-between, the one in…
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Kubler Makes Historic Australian Open Mixed Doubles Final
Web Story Banner_(1400 × 1050px)Teamed for the first time at Melbourne Park this fortnight, Queenslander Jason Kubler and doubles partner Jaimee Fourlis will compete for a maiden Grand Slam title in the 2022…
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#WeBackBarty
#WeBackBarty (1400× 1050 px) (1)Queenslander and World No. 1, Ash Barty kicks off her Australian Open finals campaign this week, with a Quarterfinals showdown against American World No. 21 Jessica Pegula on Rod…
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New restrictions for Queensland venues begin Tuesday
MA-20-059-QLD-The-Court-is-Calling-_FB3From 1am Tuesday 29 June the following restrictions are in place for the 11 local government areas of Brisbane, Ipswich, Logan City, Moreton Bay, Redlands, Sunshine Coast…
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Building Queensland’s competitions together
DSC08278The resilience and grit displayed by Queensland’s tennis community through the challenges of 2020 is paying dividends now.
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Australian Ranking Update
DSC08455Australian Ranking tournaments have returned successfully in January 2021. A good time to look at some of the major changes that all competing players should know about:
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Junior Leagues results now feeding into UTR rating
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© TENNIS PHOTO NETWORKThere are many different ways of improving a player's Universal Tennis Rating (UTR). Now, playing in a recognised junior team competition is one of them.
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New Tennis Australia Code of Behaviour National Policy
Infrastructure-banner-v2-1400-x-580-700x450As we continue to prepare for the return of Australian Ranking Tournaments from 1 January 2021, Tennis Australia has released a new Code of Behaviour National Policy. The new…
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