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Tel Aviv

The ITC - Tel Aviv features 14 illuminated courts, a practice wall and a fitness room.The Tennis Center offers a variety of tennis programs for children, beginning and advanced players ages 18 and up and for subscribers/members.

Fondly nicknamed the city that never sleeps, Tel Aviv is a history lesson in the making. Filled with old sectors such the first Tel Aviv neighborhood of Neve Tzedek, Bauhaus buildings from the mid-20th century and a wide array of boulevards and town squares, Tel Aviv is a true walking-man's dream come true. Tel Aviv is also Israel's center of commerce, culture and entertainment. Located on the Mediterranean seashore, Tel Aviv offers visitors bustling nightclubs, cutting-edge theatre, first-rate museums and a bubbling atmosphere that infuses the city's rich history with up-to-date cultural events. Like every large city, some of Tel Aviv's neighborhoods score low on Israel's socio-economic scale. The neighborhood of Yad Eliayu, located in Southern Tel Aviv, is a prime example. The Israel Tennis Center -Tel Aviv opened in Yad Eliayu 1991, in order to cater to the children from the area, who come mostly from immigrant families.
We invite you to visit the Israel Tennis Center in Tel Aviv. Come and play, meet the childen we serve, receive sight-seeing tips from our staff and experience the excitement we feel every day. Join us!

Contact Information

Address 6 Zvi Neshri Street, P.O. Box 62008 Yad Eliahu, Tel Aviv 61620
Phone 972-3-631-1023/4
Fax 972-3-631-5624
Email [email protected]
Operating hours Sunday - Thursday 7.00 to 23.00 Friday - Saturday 7.00 to 19.00
Facebook Page Click Here To Visit Tel Aviv's Facebook Page


Igal Gipsh Donetsk, Ukraine

Igal Gipsh was born in Donetsk, Ukraine, where he started playing tennis when he was 7 years old. After graduating from University in Moscow in 1985, Igal worked as a tennis coach. In 1990, speaking no Hebrew, he immigrated to Israel with his entire family. After struggling to find a job in tennis for a year, Igal started as a substitute coach at the ITC - Ramat Hasharon. On the 3rd August 1991, the ITC - Tel Aviv opened its doors for the first time and Igal moved to the new center to coach tennis full time. It was there, that Igal discovered a young girl called Shahar Peer. The coach from the Ukraine, would go on to guide and develop her skills for many years. After eight years, Igal moved to the ITC -Jaffa, where he was head coach until 2004. Three years later, Igal went back to where it all began for him, when he became the manager of the ITC - Tel Aviv. It is a place which is so close to his heart and which has become his home.

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Rated as a top charity on charity navigator

The Israel Tennis Centers Foundation (ITC) has received a 4-star rating, the highest possible, from Charity Navigator, America’s largest independent evaluator of not-for-profit organizations. This exceptional rating indicates that the ITC outperforms most other charities in America, adhering to the highest standards of governance and other best practices, and consistently executes its mission in a fiscally responsible way.

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