The IC of Luxembourg

"Hands across the net, friendship across the ocean "

The IC is a worldwide association created by international and professional tennis players.  All members of IC Luxembourg played for their country in an official event (Davis Cup, Federation Cup, ...) or were individual Luxembourg Champions in at least one age category.

Members of the International Club believe in the power of tennis to foster friendship among individuals of all nations, thereby contributing to international goodwill and understanding.

For having spend many many hours on the tennis court, IC members believe that tennis skills are life skills. ICs run tennis programs aiming to transmit these skills to underprivileged children giving them a better chance to succeed in life. Luxembourg IC was among the incubators of the IC's charitable development program. In 2009 it co-organized and sponsored the first program in Burundi with Sport Sans Frontières and the ITF.

2015 Pottercup Team

Swiss team winning 3 Nations Cup in Luxembourg September 2016

Kooyong Tennis Club Melburne April 2016


2016 Calendar


  • AGM of IC Luxembourg at TC Arquebusiers January 31

  • IC Australia and IC New Zealand overseas fixtures March 27 - April 9
  • 3 Nations Tournament in Luxembourg
    Luxembourg - Switzerland - Belgium September 16 - 18
  • IC Luxembourg Tennis Golf Day To be fixed

Visit the IC Council Website

Congratulations to IC Switzerland for winning the IC 3 Nations Men's Cup

IC Switzerland - IC Belgium  3 - 2

IC Switzerland - IC Luxembourg 5 - 1

IC Belgium - IC Luxembourg 4 - 2


1. Switzerland

2. Belgium

3. Luxembourg


Luxembourg wins 3 Nations Ladies Cup

Anne Kremer, Magdalena Zdenovcova, Fabienne Thill, Françoise Schroeder and Danielle Meunier win the Cup for Luxembourg

Luxembourg - Belgium  3 - 0

Luxembourg - Switzerland 2 - 1

Switzerland - Belgium 1 - 2

1. Luxembourg

2. Belgium

3. Switzerland


4 New Luxembourg IC Honorary Members 

Michèle Miéville (IC Switzerland), Diane Guns (IC Belgium), Thierry Grin (IC Switzerland) and Pierre Thys (IC Belgium) were made Honorary Members of IC Luxembourg.