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Welcome to the Official Website of the IC of Australia

The International Tennis Club of Australia - the IC - is Australia’s player alumni.

Our Club was created in 1951 to preserve friendships and promote goodwill between players and countries, upholding values of sportsmanship and fair play, with Australia’s legendary champions Adrian Quist and Frank Sedgman two of the driving forces. 

Today, the IC upholds those same values, bringing current and former players together, organising events in Australia and internationally with our 40 worldwide counterparts, keeping the tennis family connected, providing tennis, social opportunities and giving back to the game. 

The IC’s purpose is to enrich the lives of former tennis players.

Beyond the Tour is an initiative of the IC Australia, assisting retiring and retired players transition to life after the tennis tour, with advice, practical support, networking and a helping hand. 

We also encourage the current player group to think about what life might look like Beyond the Tour.

If you’re a current or former pro player, we hope to see you soon as a Member of the IC, our tennis family.

News & Upcoming Events

IC Council News

IC Uruguay 40th Anniversary Event

IC Uruguay 40th Anniversary Event

Deadline for confirmation for teams for the IC Uruguay 40th Anniversary event has been extended to the end of December. The hotel has kindly given us until then to accept reservations, giving you more times to organise your teams, and additional they’ve allowed a more flexible 48hour full refund policy. Please see the factsheet here, and contact the IC Uruguay to find out more. Vice President: Philippe Pinet - philnat@netgate.com.uy and President: - Jean Paul Brisson - jeanbrisson@vera.com.uy.

The event is now being held on the 30th March - 3rd April 2022 and is for a maximum of 8 countries, from 40 years old, singles and doubles and both men and women. We are also preparing a special highlight in the form of a doubles exhibition match between Fiorella Bonicelli and Thomaz Koch, almost 50 years after their triumph in Roland Garros in 1975!

Thus far the IC’s of Argentina, Brazil and Chile are confirmed.. The IC’s of France, Germany and Luxembourg have registered their interest and are still to confirm.

Additionally, for the South American tour, the following will be offered around the IC Uruguay event:

These additional matches will be carried out under the ICs usual guidelines for bilateral matches. Meaning that each IC will make its own lodging arrangements - seeking advice from the local ICs as needed - and will define the composition of each delegation for the host ICs to make suitable friendly playing arrangements.

Further information can be found on the events page.

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