Regular Events

 

All club events postponed until further notice

https://www.tennisireland.ie/2020/03/12/covid-19-update-no-3/

https://mailchi.mp/f9596647d9d1/tennis-ireland-covid-19-update-6148350?e=2863a31710

 

 

 
Last Update : Mar 18th, 2020
Upcoming Events

Summer League 2020

Venue: mixed - running til 23rd feb.
Date: Friday, May 8th, 2020 12:00pm
2 teams entered (1 men, 1 women), contact your captain if you wish to play/sub. 3 singles, 2 doubles per team.

starting Friday 8th May (men), Monday 11th (women), finals 27th june. (usually 7.30 pm)

entry 70 euro per team, plus payment for balls for home matches.

you must be registered on DLTC directory and be a paid up member of Balrothery Tennis Club.
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Parks Tennis dates for rest of 2020

Pre Summer starting Thursday 7th May 8 weeks 3.30pm to 6.30pm

Monday 29th June to Friday 24th July 2pm to 5.30pm

Autumn starting Thursday 24th September 8 weeks 3.30pm to 6.30pm

DUBLIN PARKS TENNIS
Ph. 01-8338711
E. parkstennis@eircom.net
W. parkstennis.com

Tennis Ireland - see offer for accommodation.

A partnership with Select Hotels of Ireland; a hotel group with more than 30 hotels across the country, which offers Tennis Ireland members a choice of two discounts on bookings made through their Central Registrations Office.


https://mailchi.mp/817202067335/2020-tennis-ireland-annual-return?e=2863a31710

Parks Tennis Spring 2020

Parks Tennis Spring 2020
www.parkstennis.com for more information, run by Fingal County Council, not Balrothery Tennis Club.

New Year Doubles event

New Year Doubles event
with 7 sets of doubles ’out of the hat’, there was lots of great tennis and rivalry. Congrats to Linda & Stephen the winners. Thanks to all for catering / cleaning / court prep etc.

DLTC schedule 2020

DLTC schedule 2020
For 2020, the following dates have been published by DLTC.

Tie Break Rules - how to proceed after 6-6

As a tie break doesn’t happen too often and sometimes players can end up scratching their heads trying to remember how to proceed, here’s how...

The player who would normally be serving after 6-6 is the one to serve first in the tie break, and the tie break is considered a service game for this player.
The server begins his service from the deuce court and serves one point. After the first point, the serve changes to the first server’s opponent. Each player then serves two consecutive points for the remainder of the tiebreak. The first of each two-point sequence starts from the server’s advantage court and the second starts from the deuce court. In this way, the sum of the scores is even when the server serves from the deuce court. After every six points, the players switch ends of the court; it can occur in the middle of a server’s two-point sequence.

The tie break winner is the first person to reach 7 points or above with a 2 point lead on their opponent.
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For Adult and Child coaching and Children’s events contact our club coach Tanya Grazhulienie
Phone : 089 9610202
Last Update : Feb 18th, 2017
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Catriona getting the topspin just right, Ladies Fingal Tennis League Final 2012