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Claire Curran is a former professional tennis player from Northern Ireland. She represented both Great Britain and Ireland in the Fed Cup during her career. Curran is the youngest ever Irish Fed Cup player and before attending UC Berkeley was largely focussed on singles, with the highest singles win percentage of any Irish Fed Cup player. At UC Berkeley, Curran was an Academic All-American and won the NCAA Championship. Serious injury resulted in her decision to focus on doubles post university.
22nd December 1997. Place of Birth. Senior Debut. 8th Feb 2015 v Scotland (a) (lost 0-4) Caps. 18. Goals. 1. Meet Chloe McCarron, the midfielder who is ‘immensely proud’ to play for Northern Ireland.
Wikimedia Commons has media related to Female tennis players from Ireland. Pages in category "Irish female tennis players" The following 26 pages are in this category, out of 26 total.
Category:Irish tennis players. This category lists tennis players with Wikipedia articles who have notably represented Ireland. Note that articles are sub-categorized by whether a player has done so in male or female competition, and also by particular notable competitions. Tennis players from Northern Ireland have been sub-categorized here too ...
Emma Raducanu’s magnificent victory at the US Open will inspire a new generation of tennis players in Northern Ireland — especially young women — to pick up a racquet, NI coaches hope.
Female tennis players by nationality (124 C) ... Tennis players from Northern Ireland (3 P) Northern Mariana Islands tennis players (2 C)
In Northern Ireland, we’re certainly not short of talented golfers. Graeme McDowell is one of those top names. Most well known for winning the 2010 Open he has also won ten events on the European Tour and three on the PGA Tour. He represented Ireland at the World Cup and has been a member of the European Ryder Cup team three times.
The Tennis Ireland Senior Ranking has been developed to provide a new service for all players and tournament directors in Ireland. The goal was to create a system that increased accuracy in seedings, developed a consistent tournament structure across Ireland and gave players a way to measure how their tennis is progressing.