Executive Team. Craig Tiley, Chief Executive Officer & Australian Open Tournament Director. Alex Hamilton, Chief Event Operations Officer. Anna Livingston, Chief Diversity & People Officer. Cedric Cornelis, Chief Commercial Officer. Darren Pearce, Chief of Staff and Corporate Affairs Officer. Jacquie Mangan, General Counsel and Company Secretary. Katrina Blair, Chief Financial Officer.
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Tennis Australia is the governing body of tennis within Australia, linking to member associations throughout the country. We promote and facilitate participation in tennis at all levels, and also conduct national and international tournaments such as the Australian Open Grand Slam™.
De Minaur and Millman were joined by doubles stars John Peers, career-high of No. 2 in the FedEx ATP Doubles Rankings, and 2020 Australian Open finalist Luke Saville (w/Purcell). The home nation finished Group B with a 1-1 record, following a 3-0 loss to Spain and a 2-1 victory over Greece. Latest news on Team Australia
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A return to court for Ash Barty this season looked less likely on Tuesday after the world number one was omitted from Australia's team for next month's Billie Jean King Cup finals in Prague.
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Tennis Australia is the governing body for the sport of tennis in Australia. The organisation exists to promote tennis and to conduct domestic and international tournaments on behalf of Australia, including the Australian Open and the Davis Cup for the Australian Davis Cup Team. Tennis was established in Australia from around 1877, but it was not until 1904, in preparation for the Davis Cup, that the sport began to organise, with the founding of Tennis Australia's predecessor, the Australasian L
The former World No. 1 was the captain a year ago as Australia reached the last four of the inaugural ATP Cup, only to lose in a heartbreaker against Spain. Now they’ll get another shot at the No. 2 seeds, a strong team led by Rafael Nadal that also features Roberto Bautista Agut, Pablo Carreno Busta and Marcel Granollers.
The AATC is an Official Accredited Institute of the ESTESS Athletic University (EAU*) EAU is an accredited educational body of the Professional Tennis Coaches Association (PTCA) recognized by the Austrian and Swedish National Tennis Associations, RPT (Spain)/USPTA (USA), ITPA (USA) and Tennisgate (Germany, EU) Online Training for Level One.