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Tennis Ireland quiet on result of investigation into coach’s ‘non-existent’ Australian qualifications

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Mark White’s former boss said he had a conviction for theft and lied over qualifications

Former Tramore tennis coach Mark White

Tennis Ireland has completed an investigation into a tennis coach prompted by allegations from Australia that he had misled a Waterford club about his coaching qualifications and that he failed to reveal his conviction for theft from a Melbourne tennis club.

The governing body for tennis in Ireland said it cannot say what “action” it has taken on foot of its investigation into Mark White, a former coach with Tramore Tennis Club who was a coach on Tennis Ireland’s East Junior emerging talent squad from October 2021.

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