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Rosny Park to host 24-hour Tennis-a-thon
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Rosny Park Tennis ClubRosny Park Tennis Club is set to host a 24-hour tennis-a-thon.
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Apply now for Community Coaching Course in Launceston
Apply now for Community Coaching Course in LauncestonApplications are now open for a Community Coaching Course in Launceston.
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Larn McShane: From Tassie to Switzerland
A LONG WAY FROM HOME: Tasmanian Larn McShane is now living and coaching Switzerland.Former Tasmanian Larn McShane is now living and coaching in Switzerland
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Tasmania’s Pizzey Cup team named for 2019
Junior tennis action. Picture: Getty ImagesThe Tasmanian team for the 2019 Pizzey Cup has been named. The Pizzey Cup is an annual event for the best 18 and under students from each state. The inaugural event was held…
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Vale Graeme Holloway
Graeme Holloway, a former Tennis Tasmania and Tennis Australia board member. Picture: Tennis AustraliaRemembering Graeme Holloway, one of Tasmania’s finest sportsmen and administrators.
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Sign up to become a tennis official
Hobart International 2019 officials; Getty ImagesBecome a tennis official by signing up for these Tennis Australia courses held in the state.
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Scottsdale Tennis Club unveils Book a Court system
Scottsdale Tennis Club in the state's north-east region has installed Book a Court. The Book a Court system is now live at the Scottsdale Tennis Club.
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Registrations Open for FREE Super 10s Challenge Days
Group picSuper 10s is an exciting developmental competition for boys and girls who are born in either 2009, 2010 or 2011 (and up to March 2008) with a focus on team-based play and…
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Free community coaching course offer
LEARNING: Rafael Nadal's mentor Jofre Potra led a coaching workshop in Hobart in early January 2019. Picture: Joe TurmineTasmanian coaches are invited to sign up for a free two-day community coaching course in Hobart.
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Launceston local wins Hobart International prize
Launceston local wins Hobart International prizeLaunceston’s Tanya Dell is the winner of the Hobart International’s biggest-ever fan prize – the chance to live like a player on finals day.
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