Tennis Australia

Tickets have gone on sale for the 2021 Australian Open, with the event organiser, Tennis Australia, revealing that it plans to fill stadiums to 25 per cent capacity

Australian free-to-air broadcaster Nine and Tennis Australia are set to sign a modified broadcast deal for the 2021 summer of tennis

A later start date of February 8 for the Australian Open has been confirmed by tennis governing body the ATP, along with the schedule for the start of the 2021 season

Tennis Australia is in negotiations with state officials in Victoria on plans to cover the cost of the delayed Australian Open

The Australian Open is set go ahead but has been pushed back to start on February 8

The first Grand Slam of 2021 could be delayed by one or two weeks from the scheduled January 18 start, due to Covid-19

Fashion brand Ralph Lauren has been named as the ‘Official Outfitter of the Australian Open’ tennis grand slam in a long-term, global sponsorship.

Australia’s Victoria state leader Daniel Andrews has cautioned Tennis Australia chiefs on their plans to host events in Melbourne in the lead-up to the Australian Open.

The Lanka Premier League will start five days later from November 27 to December 17 and will only be played at the Mahinda Rajapaksa International Stadium in Hambantota

Former Tennis Australia director Harold Mitchell has been fined A$90,000 (€54,721/$63,903), but cleared to continue acting as a company director, in a Federal Court ruling on his role in a contentious b…

Online trading platform TMGM has signed its first ever major sports event sponsorship as the ‘Official Online Trading Platform’ of the Australian Open tennis tournament. The

Crowds of up to 50 per cent of those admitted in normal years will be able to attend the Australian Open in 2021, Tennis Australia chief executive Craig Tiley has confirmed

Stella Artois will not return as the lead beer partner for the 2021 Australian Open because the brand is being offloaded by its owner, Japanese drinks group Asahi

Tennis Australia is keen on hosting the second edition of the ATP Cup next year in Perth, Brisbane and Sydney, and is in talks with the Association of Tennis Professionals about doing so

Australian Open tournament director Craig Tiley says he is optimistic and positive about hosting next year’s grand slam tennis tournament in Melbourne.

The French Tennis Federation (FFT) has revealed how it plans have a spectator capacity of 50 to 60 per cent at this year’s French Open, a move that will potentially allow up to 20,000 people to attend e…

Tennis Australia will offer local professionals the opportunity to earn income while global tours remain postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic