22 October 2014 | Tennis SA. How to find your My Tennis ID number. During the entry process for tournaments, you are prompted to enter your My Tennis ID number. Good news is that registration for a My Tennis ID number is easy! Please see below details: Are you an ANZ Tennis Hot Shots Player and have you received your T-shirt?
Update your profile with your Member ID number. If you don’t have a My Tennis ID, email the Tennis Services team at [email protected] to have a My Tennis ID created or call 1800 PLAY TENNIS (1800 752 983). **Due to the high volume of enquiries, please ensure you leave ample time to receive a reply before the tournament entry deadline closes.
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™.
All players on the ITF Seniors Circuit are required to register for an IPIN (International Player Identification Number) Membership before being allowed to play. A player's IPIN allows them to be uniquely identified. Seniors’ IPIN allows the ITF (International Tennis Federation) to use a unique Online Entry Service for the ITF Seniors Circuit, which allows players to enter and withdraw any tournament via their own personal online IPIN account.
As a player with a Tennis Account you receive access to a number of great benefits. To get started, renew your membership or join a new club online – it’s fast, reliable and easy. Best of all, as soon as your payment is confirmed so is your membership, meaning you can hit the court sooner.
My Tennis is a simple and quick online membership system for clubs and players. This free registration system is available to all tennis clubs in Australia. Club members and players can use My Tennis to register to their local tennis club or affiliate directly with their Member Association. Existing ...
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Omni Sports Management. Tennis Australia Coach & Coordinator Members. My Tennis is an online registration system for coaches & Community Play coordinators, which allows you to. --> Update your personal contact details. --> View and update your Working with Children check, National Police check and/or First Aid certificate.
Tennis in Australia has been administered by Tennis Australia (formerly the Lawn Tennis Association of Australia (LTAA)) since 1904. Australia hosts the first of the four Grand Slam events of the year, the Australian Open . The Australian Open is managed by Tennis Australia and was first played in Melbourne in 1905.