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Margaret Court Foundation

 Margaret Court Tennis Foundation provides encouragement, support and opportunity for young players to reach their full potential in tennis. A main focus is to establish the Margaret Court Tennis Academy in developing Nations to impact the local community. Outstanding juniors will be invited to live and train at the headquarters of the Margaret Court Tennis Academy in Albury – Wodonga Australia.IMG_0483


   2014 – Margaret Court in Uganda looking to establish a Medical Clinic and the Margaret Court Tennis Academy




 Margaret Court Tennis Foundation

In 2007, the Margaret Court Tennis Academy invited rising star Abigail Tere-Apisah from Port Moresby New Guinea to live and train at our headquarters in Albury-Wodonga. Abigail was living and training at the Pacific Oceania ITF Facility in Fiji. To further her tennis, in 2008, Abigail moved to our training facility where she lived and trained for the next three years. Abigail was hosted by the Ellwood family and attended Albury High School. In 2011, Abigail received a Div 1 Tennis Scholarship at Georgia State University in the United States. For the next four years, Abigail headed the team and made the semi-final of the NCAA Championships. In 2014, Abigail graduated from Georgia State and is now ready to do amazing things. The Margaret Court Tennis Academy is so proud of our girl Abigail!

2008 - Aussie Tour - Photo with Margaret (Small)IMG_0461



Abigail with ITF Pacific Oceania Director Dan O’Connell, Phil Shanahan and Margaret Court.



                                                                                                                                                 Abigail on court at Georgia State University




Margaret Court Tennis Foundation 

“We have such a wonderful vision for the Margaret Court Tennis Academy. Our Foundation will continue to help young players reach their goals and achieve their dreams. We are passionate about developing players to their full potential so they can be future role models and heroes for their countries.”                Phil Shanahan