Diamond Tennis Academy appointed exclusive tennis partner to Cardiff City House of Sport

Cardiff City House of Sport is delighted to announce that Diamond Tennis Academy (DTA), in association with Paul Regan Organisation (PRO), have been appointed as the exclusive tennis operator of the CCHoS' all new three indoor community tennis court facility in the vicinity of Cardiff City Stadium.

DTA have been granted a long term agreement to deliver and manage all aspects of the tennis programme to attract new and existing tennis participants from across the City of Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan. The Academy has been delivering high quality and affordable tennis coaching and playing opportunities for the people of Cardiff since 2006 at multiple venues in and around the capital and is delighted to have secured one of Wales’ premier public indoor tennis facilities to expand its business and to provide greater year round tennis playing opportunities for more people.
Sena Tengey, Founder and Director of Tennis at DTA commented: “We are delighted to have successfully tendered to operate the tennis facility at CCHoS and we are looking forward to kicking off 2016 with new indoor coaching and playing programmes for new and existing customers. With very few public indoor tennis courts in Cardiff, this facility and our programmes mean for exciting times for tennis in Cardiff.”

Joanna Borley, Executive Director at CCHoS added: “We are delighted to be launching our new 'House of Sport 3' - a sustainable indoor community tennis facility in partnership with the inspirational team at one of Wales’ premier tennis providers, DTA.

"This innovative and forward-thinking approach will serve to succeed Tennis Wales’ 2020 vision to 'grow the game', making tennis more accessible to everyone in the community. It will also support talented players to reach their full-potential at our new, state of the art venue. We cannot wait to start this new venture and welcome DTA to the team.”

PRO, a tennis industry specialist business consultancy, has worked with DTA to strengthen their business proposition and to assist in securing this prestigious contract. Paul Regan, Founder and Managing Director said: “Sena is an ambitious tennis professional who provides high-quality, fun and progressive tennis opportunities for all. I am excited to be working with Sena and the team at DTA to make a success of this new venture.”
Peter Drew, CEO at Tennis Wales added: “Tennis Wales is delighted to see this project nearing its completion. This has been a great piece of partnership work between Cardiff City Council, The LTA and Tennis Foundation, Sport Wales, and Tennis Wales - all working together to support CCHoS in being able to bring this community tennis facility to fruition.

"We are also delighted to see that DTA, in partnership with PRO, have been appointed tennis operators at this new facility. Between DTA and PRO we have some of the best and most successful tennis expertise in the UK, and we look forward to supporting them to make this project a great success and a great asset for the surrounding communities and beyond.”
DTA begin delivering their tennis programmes from January 4th, 2016. For more information about the programmes or to book the facility, please contact Sena Tengey on 07855 495025 or email sena.tengey@diamondtennisacasemy.co.uk

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The Cardiff City House of Sport is a cluster of highest-quality indoor 3G and multi-sport training facilities, conveniently situated behind Cardiff City Stadium and incorporating HOS 1, HOS 2 and now THE BRAND NEW HOS 3! The success of HOS 1 & HOS2 has demonstrated CCHoS' ability to deliver significantly more sporting footfall than any other regular sports centre in the city of Cardiff. The delivery of tennis growth in Cardiff will be achieved using the same core and community-based company philosophies and values. For more information please visit www.cardiffcityhouseofsport.co.uk

Click below to hear more on HOS3 development with Executive Director, Joanna Borley