Chief Executive Officer. Leading tennis administrator Mark Handley will continue to provide a strong leadership direction in the Sunshine State as the Tennis Queensland CEO and General Manager, ATP Cup/WTA Brisbane International. Mr Handley has more than 20 years of professional experience in tennis, starting as a coach and tournament director on the Sunshine Coast before entering various roles within Tennis Australia and Member Associations, most recently as CEO in Tennis Tasmania and Head ...
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Mark Handley appointed Tennis QLD CEO. Brisbane QLD, Australia, 2 July 2018 | Tennis Queensland. Leading tennis administrator Mark Handley will continue to provide strong leadership direction in the Sunshine State as the new Tennis Queensland CEO and Brisbane International General Manager. Formerly Head of Participation at Tennis Queensland before stepping into the acting CEO role in late November 2017, Mr Handley was appointed the role by the Tennis Queensland Board.
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