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Courting an audience
Tennis Sydney has invited supporters and spectators to join them this weekend for the Australasian Gay & Lesbian Open 2013. More than 200 players have entered the tournament, making it the largest LGBTI tennis event in the...
- Posted 101 days ago
Tennis deadline looms
The final call has gone out for tennis players from the the LGBTI community to register for the Australasian Gay and Lesbian Open (AGLO) to be held during Feburary this year. The event that has been...
- Posted 129 days ago
LGBTI tournament seeks players
The early bird deadline for entries to the Australasian Gay & Lesbian Open 2013 (AGLO) is Sunday, December 9. As well as Australia, entries have already been received from LGBTI players around the world, including the US,...
- Posted 170 days ago
Tennis comp to be Master Series
Tennis Sydney has announced the Australasian Gay & Lesbian Open (AGLO) 2013 has been sanctioned by the Gay & Lesbian Tennis Alliance (GLTA) as one of only five Master Series Tournaments on the 2013 calendar. “To be...
- Posted 206 days ago
Balls and boot scootin’
Canberrians will be hanging up their tennis shoes and dusting off their cowboy boots as the city’s gay and lesbian tennis club holds its annual bushdance in November. Organisers believe the Canberra Bushdance, which has been running...
- Posted 239 days ago
Record results for Ace Girls
Melbourne lesbian tennis team the Ace Girls took home a record number of winners’ trophies at their recent campaign at the Easter lawn tennis championships in Shepparton. A team of 18 travelled to the northern Victorian town...
- Posted 389 days ago
Court: being gay a result of child abuse
Australian tennis great Margaret Court has waded further in controversy, telling the Sunday Herald Sun she believes homosexuality may be the result of child abuse. She told the newspaper “many, many” gays and lesbians she knew of...
- Posted 482 days ago
Anton Enus shows his pride
SBS news reader Anton Enus has lent his support to the Rainbow Flags Over Margaret Court Arena campaign at the Australian Open today. While watching today’s play, Enus unfurled a rainbow umbrella to show his support for...
- Posted 491 days ago
Foley: Tennis no place for discrimination
Victorian Labor MP Martin Foley has slammed comments made by former women’s tennis great Margaret Court and urged tennis fans to don rainbow colours at this year’s Australian Open. Foley has also called on Tennis Australia to...
- Posted 491 days ago
Ace Girl shows her colours
A member of Melbourne lesbian tennis club Ace Girls has put her pride on display at today’s Australian Open. Ace Girls team captain TJ attended day three of play and wore a rainbow flag around her shoulders...
- Posted 493 days ago