Message from the Acting CEO – May
Welcome to the May Edition of the Tennis Victoria News.Read more
First Blind and Low Vision State Championships a triumph!
History was made last weekend as the Blind and Low Vision State Championships were held at the National Tennis Centre, the first rankings tournament of its kind.Read more
Castlemaine LGBTQI+ Championships a smash hit!
The Castlemaine Lawn Tennis Club (CLTC) were excited to host the Castlemaine LGBTQI+ Championships on Sunday 25th April.Read more
Tennis Victoria’s first Blind and Low Vision State Championship hits Melbourne this weekend!
The championships will be Australia’s first ever ranking event for visually impaired players.Read more
Sport Survival Funding – Round 3
Clubs are able to apply for $1,500 and associations and leagues able to apply for $2,500 as part of the third round of the Government’s Community Sport Sector COVID-19 Survival…Read more
Tennis Victoria Pennant season to commence this weekend
One of Australia’s largest inter-club competitions is back this weekend as Tennis Victoria Pennant returns for 2021.Read more
Tennis Seniors Victoria’s Robert Hughes recognised for his service to tennis
Robert Hughes has been recognised for his involvement with Tennis Seniors Victoria over many years with a Highly Commended Service Award.Read more
Victorian Government QR Code required for Tennis Victoria Affiliates
From this Friday (April 23) at 6:00pm, the Victorian Government QR Code service is mandatory for outdoor physical recreation and community sport facilities.Read more
Victorians win big at Australian Tennis Championships!
Harry Mezgel and Olivia Sayers have emerged victorious at the Australian Tennis Championships, which took place last week.Read more
Join a Zone Squad Today!
We’re excited to announce the rollout of Zone Squads for Regional-based players across Victoria in Term 2 - an important step on the player development pathway.Read more