Professional tennis will arrive at the Playford City Tennis Centre shortly as the venue gets ready to host the Pro Tour Event in January. From Sept 7-10 and then November 20-24 the venue will host the countries best aspiring professional players in a series of AMT’s (Australian Money Tournaments) where the players will compete for
ADELAIDE NORTHERN MESSENGER – JAMES GRATTON – 5 JULY 2017 Challenger for Playford City Tennis Centre INTERNATIONAL tennis stars will battle it out in the northern suburbs, after Tennis Australia announced it would host a professional tournament later this year. Tennis Australia will host the ATP Men’s Challenger and ITF Women’s Future tournaments at the
Join us for a day of FREE TENNIS at the newest tennis centre in Australia. The Playford Tennis Centre and the Playford City Council are looking forward to welcoming all tennis players to the facility for a day of FREE TENNIS, PRIZES, BBQ, LESSONS & COURT HIRE on Saturday 15 July at 10am.
New tournament to join Australian Pro Tour in 2018 South Australia’s standing on the global tennis stage has received a significant boost with the announcement that the City of Playford Tennis International will join the Australian Pro Tour calendar in 2018. Tennis SA and Tennis Australia, in conjunction with the City of Playford, TennisGear and The
The Playford City Tennis Centre has been described as world class and among the best in Australia by the facility’s new manager. TennisGear Management has been appointed to operate the Playford City Tennis Centre, which is expected to be officially opened in September. The company’s director, Mark Bloomfield, visited the still-under-construction site last week and
NEW BEGINNINGS FOR TWO SA TENNIS VENUES 9 June 2017 | Tennis SA Sunday 1 July marks the start of a new beginning for two tennis venues in Adelaide. The brand new $8m Playford Tennis Centre will open for the first time. Experienced tennis venue manager, Tennis Gear, will open the doors on 1 July
Playford Council and Tennis Australia discuss hosting ATP Challenger at $8 million centre James Gratton, Northern Messenger May 8, 2017 12:34pm A PROFESSIONAL tennis tournament could be hosted in the northern suburbs, attracting players from around the world. Playford Council met representatives from Tennis Australia and Tennis SA in a closed meeting last week