The Tennis Seniors Association of South Australia Inc that is more commonly known by its trading name Tennis Seniors SA or by the acronym TSSA, is administered by volunteers who are working together to achieve TSSA’s publicly declared Vision and Aims, and in pursuit of achieving the Objectives as stated in Tennis Seniors SA Constitution.

VISION is to provide:

    'A vibrant, welcoming, inclusive, and accessible tennis experience’

AIM is to:

    ‘promote Seniors Tennis participation in South Australia through providing a range of activities inclusive of varying interests and abilities’


TSSA Committee members have worked tirelessly in recent times to ensure that the structures that have been put in place, and processes being employed, will act as enablers in performing their functions in the pursuit of the constitution’s stated objectives and in the interests of the Association as a whole.

Committee members are very cognisant of and have regard for the Association's position in the structure of Tennis in South Australia representing Senior Tennis players 30+ and the key role in supporting the reputation of Tennis in the State. They are committed to working closely with Tennis SA, Tennis Australia (TA) and Tennis Seniors Australia (TSA), in increasing the participation levels of tennis players 30+.

We will be guided by our TSSA Strategic Plan 2021-25 that was approved by the TSSA Committe on 17 August 2021.

At the first TSSA Committee meeting held after TSSA's 2020 AGM the following Subcommittees were formally established:


(referred to as the Centre)

The Centre (Park 20 complex) consists of 18 tennis courts, clubhouse, carpark and surrounds, and is located in the Adelaide Parklands opposite 118 Greenhill Rd, Unley. Park 20 is the name applied by the Adelaide City Council.

As the Centre is a shared facility between TSSA, Adelaide Hockey Club and Pulteney Grammar School that is managed by South Parklands Hockey & Tennis Centre Inc, an incorporated body that manages the lease and obligations of the Park 20 complex. This body is known as the Consortium.

The Consortium (Park 20) Facility Manager is:

Matthew ASHER



Incident - Near Miss Reports & Maintenance Requests involving Park 20, require completing the relevant form that can be accessed through the links hereunder and emailing to :

PARK 20 Incident - Near Miss Report

PARK 20 Maintenance Request

Web Master

Sue MCKELVIE  (Temp until AGM)


Vacant as of 23 January 2022

Whilst the position is being filled please direct your queies to the TSSA President &/or TSSA Secretary.

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