Tag: Tennis Australia

Tennis Australia drive against plastic waste

Tennis Australia teams up with Samsara

Tennis Australia has teamed up with a game-changing Australian enviro-tech start-up to reduce plastic bottle waste at the Australian Open. The ‘Tennis Australia’ stated that under the newly-formed partnership, Tennis Australia is backing recycling innovators Samsara in their mission to end the... » Read more

M&OP call for security service providers

Melbourne Olympic Parks calls on security advisor

Melbourne & Olympic Parks (M&OPs) (Australia), in partnership with Tennis Australia, is calling for expressions of interest from suitably qualified security service providers to deliver a range of services within the precinct. Welcoming more than 2.5 million people across hundreds of events... » Read more

Venue capacity 25 percent for Australian Open

Australian Open update 25 per cent capacity

Event organizer Tennis Australia has revealed that it plans to fill stadia to 25 percent capacity for the 2021 Australian Open and tickets have gone on sale for the same. Tennis Australia is the governing body for the sport of tennis in Australia. The organization exists to promote tennis and to... » Read more

Australian Open likely in February

Australian Open postponed until beginning of February 2021

With less than a month to go for 2021 to ring in, the season’s first Grand Slam tournament – Australian Open – which was supposed to begin on January 18th next year will now likely commence three weeks later on February 8th, 2021. This is as per media reports. The Australian Open is a... » Read more

Victoria as tennis hub not okay with Premier

Australian Tennis update November 2020

Plans are being drawn up for Victoria to stage Australia’s entire summer tennis calendar to minimize risks for players traveling to State capital Melbourne for January’s Australian Open Grand Slam what with coronavirus onslaught on in full force globally. The 2021 Australian Open is due to take... » Read more

Australian Open boss leave nothing to chance

Australian Open update Aug 2020

Stage 4 restrictions amidst a full lockdown are in place in Melbourne, Australia, which saw a resurgence in COVID-19 cases recently. However, coronavirus or no coronavirus, Craig Tiley, CEO of Tennis Australia and Director of Australian Open, along with his team have been working overtime. Shortly... » Read more

Australian Open 2020 a big draw

Australian Open

The Australian Open which was held from January 20, 2020 to February 2, 2020, attracted crowds by the horde over its 14 days. Tennis Australia (the governing body for tennis in Australia) has revealed that a total of 812,174 fans attended the Australian Open, breaking the previous attendance record... » Read more

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