The Israel Tennis Center-Ramat Hasharon features 23 illuminated courts including 5 clay courts, a covered practice wall, fitness room, showers and restrooms, cafeteria and sport shop.
HistoryThe first Israel Tennis Center opened in Ramat Hasharon in 1976 with hope of teaching the game of life through tennis to every child in Israel, regardless of background, religion or physical ability. Spanning over 30 years, the Israel tennis Center-Ramat Hasharon has cultivated excellence through its unique tennis and education programs, nurtured generations of Israeli champions and first rate tennis players and has paved the way for our network of Tennis Centers throughout Israel which have contributed to profound social change from Kiryat Shmona in the North to Beer sheva in the South. In 1979, Canada Stadium was inaugurated at the Israel Tennis Center-Ramat Hasharon and has served Israel's national Davis and Fed Cup Teams ever since, as well as hosting international ATP Tournaments such as the Riklis and Joyce Eisenberg Israel Open Tournaments.
|Address||Kfar Hayarok Junction, P.O.Box 51 Ramat Hasharon 47100|
|Operating hours||Sunday - Thursday 7.00 to 22.00 Friday - Saturday 7.00 to 19.00|
|Facebook Page||Click Here To Visit Ramat Hasharon's Facebook Page|
Eyal Taoz was born and raised in Jerusalem. He joined the ITC – Jerusalem in 1983 as a tennis coach where he remained for nine years, until he moved to Tel Aviv to study for his BA in Physical Education at the Wingate Institute. During his third year at university, Eyal started work as a fitness trainer at the ITC – Ramat Hasharon. Later, in 2009 he became manager of the Center. His goal is to educate children through tennis, to teach children how to live in a community and to help them deal with any difficulties they face. Eyal is married with two children.