Tennis Ireland

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Tennis Ireland is the governing body for Tennis for the whole of Ireland with responsibilities for clubs and competitions. Tennis Ireland is divided into four Branches corresponding to the four provinces of Ireland with its national headquarters located on the campus of Dublin City University

Gottfried von Cramm (Germany) and C.S. Rogers (Ireland) at a Davis Cup match, June, 1932 in Berlin

History[edit]

Tennis Ireland was formed in 1908 as the Irish Lawn Tennis Association, a federation of 14 Irish tennis clubs. It became independent of the Lawn Tennis Association following the creation of the Irish Free State in 1922.[1]

Competitions[edit]

Famous winners of the Irish Open[edit]

Billy Jean Moffitt (later King) at the Irish Open at Fitzwilliam LTC, Dublin in the 1960s

Ladies[edit]

Men's[edit]

Clubs[edit]

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