Tennis Australia Board. Jayne Hrdlicka (Chair) Dan Bisa. Graham Bradley AM. Mark Da Silva. Diane Grady AM. Greg Hutchinson. Elizabeth Minogue. Peter Robertson. Janice van Reyk . Executive Team. Craig Tiley, Chief Executive Officer & Australian Open Tournament Director. Alex Hamilton, Chief Event Operations Officer. Anna Livingston, Chief Diversity & People Officer
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™.
Craig is CEO of Tennis Australia and Australian Open Tournament Director. He is known for transforming the Australian Open into Australia’s largest and most successful international sporting and entertainment event watched by over one billion people worldwide. His bold vision for the future of tennis is unique in his industry.
Calvelli was the unanimous choice of the ATP Board of Directors, appointed as ATP Chief Executive Officer. Calvellli began in the role on 1 January 2020 in conjunction with incoming ATP Chairman Andrea Gaudenzi as part of a new leadership team at the helm of the ATP following the ATP Board’s decision to split the former position of ATP Executive Chairman & President into two separate roles.
CMO50 2020 #26-50: Josie Brown. “I painted a brand mark on centre court of a Grand Slam mid-way through the tournament,” said Josie Brown. It was a dramatic, and symbolic, mark. “I barely dared to ask if we could paint “Australia is Open” on Rod Laver Arena, but with enormous support from the chief operating officer and tournament ...
The former World No. 1 was the captain a year ago as Australia reached the last four of the inaugural ATP Cup, only to lose in a heartbreaker against Spain. Now they’ll get another shot at the No. 2 seeds, a strong team led by Rafael Nadal that also features Roberto Bautista Agut, Pablo Carreno Busta and Marcel Granollers.
The ATP Cup is a team competition to kickstart the men’s tennis season. The tournament is typically played over 10 days in the lead up to the Australian Open and features teams from 24 countries. In the tournament's inaugural edition in 2020, the group stages were hosted in Brisbane, Perth and Sydney, ahead of a four-day knockout stage ...
Marc Polmans lifts the trophy in Traralgon, his third ATP Challenger Tour title. Tennis Australia. #NextGenATP Marc Polmans celebrates his first ATP Challenger Tour title in Launceston, Australia. Getty Images. Australians Marc Polmans and Andrew Whittington book their place in the Australian Open semi-finals on Wednesday. Premier Partner.
The top three players, Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic, take a leadership role by becoming ATP Player Council members with Federer as president. It's the first time in the organisation's history the top three players have joined the council in the same two-year period.