NZ Premier League Schedule & Results

Friday, 29 May 2020

Join us in supporting live and local tennis!


ORDER OF PLAY 

VIEW THE ORDER OF PLAY FOR THE GRAND FINAL - 18 JUNE

Team Hikurangi vs Team Horokoau 3pm start

HOW TO WATCH LIVE

  • Watch in person at the Albany Tennis Park - ENTRY IS BY DONATION with all of the proceeds going to the ACE Charitable Trust (for more on the ACE Programme please see below) 
  • SKY Sport TV channel 9 broadcast begins 6pm (1 singles + 1 doubles) 
  • Watch all of the matches live online via the Sky Sport Next YouTube channel

LIVE SCORING & RESULTS

VIEW HERE

FORMAT

The event will feature 24 players competing across three weeks of round robin and finals play. A team format will be used, with players split into eight teams of three. LEARN MORE

View full team lists HERE.

THE ACE CHARITABLE TRUST PROGRAMME

The ACE Programme teaches life skills to disadvantaged children through the medium of tennis tuition.

ACE is an acronym for Aspiration Childhood Education, and we know it as a service winner in tennis.

The ACE Charitable Trust was established in 2019 by the International Lawn Tennis Club of New Zealand (ICNZ) to run the ACE Programme in New Zealand.

ICNZ is an alumni club of past representative and ranked players from New Zealand.

The ACE Programme is a series of 8 lessons that combines basic tennis tuition with life skills such as respect, responsibility, honesty and resilience.

The ACE Programme is currently working with decile 1 primary and intermediate schools in South Auckland.

Our future aspirations are to run multiple courses throughout the country with a group of ACE Programme accredited coaches.

 

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