20 November 2014 | Tennis Tasmania

We are thrilled to announce our very own Tasmanian Devils team to represent the state in the South-East conference of the Asia Pacific Tennis League (ATL). The ATL, which is the highest level of competition in the Asia pacific region, is currently in its third year of existence. In a major coup for the state the Devils will host their very own super round featuring all six teams to verge on the Launceston Regional Centre Sunday December 7th.

Tasmanian Devils super round Sunday 7th December poster

Asia Pacific League South East Conference Schedule

Headlining the Tassie Devils will be rising star Harry Bourchier and Tassie legend Richard Fromberg. Bourchier has recently returned from the Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing China (where he represented Australia), whilst Fromberg is the highest ranked Tasmanian tennis player at 24 in the world. Both players are Tasmanian born with Fromberg from Ulverstone and Bourchier from Kingston. Rounding out the Tasmanian Devils outfit is a mix of mainland and international flavour with recent Tasmanian Tennis League (TTL) standout’s James Bolzonello and Daniel Groom adding to the already Tasmanian influence.

To view your Tasmanian Devils as well as all the Asia Pacific South East conference teams please click here.

With round 4 of the ATL Super round to be held in Launceston we are calling on all  players, fans and sports lovers to get down to Launceston with the following details;

Date: Sunday 7th December 

Time: 12.45pm kick-off

Location: Launceston Regional Tennis Centre, 23 Racecourse Crescent, Launceston

FREE CLINIC:There will be a FREE clinic hosted by the stars of the  ATL including the worlds fastest server Samuel Groth, current boys US Open Champion Omar Jasika and former boys Wimbledon and Australian Open champion Luke Saville (amongst many others).

We are excited to bring you the best tennis players to ever dawn on Launceston ahead of next years Launceston International. Entry is completely FREE and any questions please dont hesitate to contact [email protected]