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Tennis SA, Media Release, 22 September 2021

Tennis SA has today announced the introduction of the Tennis SA State League All Stars, set to launch the 2021/22 Tennis SA State League season.

Olivia Ley. Photo:Tennis SA

Tennis SA, in conjunction with the City of Port Lincoln, Port Lincoln Tennis Association and Elderton Wines, will host the brand-new event in Port Lincoln on Saturday 9 October.

The state’s highest level competition will visit regional South Australia for the first time, with eight Tennis SA State League players to join six local tennis players to make two teams for the match. 

The teams will be headlined by junior world No.158 Edward Winter, former Indian Davis Cup player Aswin Vijayaragavan and two-time Tennis SA State League premiership player Olivia Ley. 

Edward Winter. Photo: Tennis SA

Tennis SA CEO, Debbie Sterrey is excited to see the Tennis SA State League visit the regions of South Australia.

Festivities will kick off with a Family Fun Day commencing at 10:00 am on Saturday 9 October. The Tennis SA State League All Stars match will commence at 11:30 am and will be followed by an Open Court Session at 5:30 pm.

“We are pleased to be taking Tennis SA State League on the road to Port Lincoln for the inaugural Tennis SA State League All Stars match,” Sterrey said.

“Our hope that this will become an annual event, visiting a different region in South Australia each year.

“We look forward to visiting Port Lincoln and hope to see the local community come along in full force to celebrate tennis in their area.”

Tennis SA State League All Stars

Lachlan Brain

Cydney Crumbie

Heidi Evans

Olivia Ley

Hayley Riessen

Sean Van Rensburg

Aswin Vijayaragavan

Edward Winter

The Tennis SA State League All Stars will be joined by the following six local players:

Nathan Beljon

Arley Byass

Billy Byass

Sally Cabot

Bernie McQuillan

Elke Sheppard

Teams will be announced on Friday 8 October.

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