COMPETITION PATHWAY AS PER TENNIS AUSTRALIA
(Attached is our pathway when you first enter our programs)
There are many competitive opportunities for players to test themselves against the best, not only in Australia but worldwide, as they transition to the professional tour. Here you will find information on the leagues and tournaments available in Australia.
ANZ Tennis Hot Shots Match Play
ANZ Tennis Hot Shots Match Play is the perfect way for kids to experience team tennis for the first time. It cater for players of different standards.
Super 10s is an exciting competition for children aged 10 and under that provides kids with great development opportunities.
Junior tennis leagues
Junior leagues are a great way to play regular competitive matches. Use our Find a Court search tool to get started.
There are dozens of junior tournaments played across Australia each year. There are four types:
> Non- ranking points tournaments (Medibank Junior Development Series)
> Ranking points tournaments (Junior Tour)
> Junior ITF tournaments (ITF Juniors)
> National Championships (the December Showdown, Bruce Cup for Primary Schools & Pizzey Cup for Secondary Schools)
Junior Davis Cup and Junior Fed Cup
These boys’ and girls’ teams competitions are played annually and are contested by junior players aged 16 and under. Players are selected to represent their country by Tennis Australia.
Australian Money Tournaments
These semi-professional tournaments act as a stepping stone to the Australian Pro Tour and offer both prize money and Australian Ranking Points.
As well as the benefits of training and coaching, US College players compete against other college players regularly. Find out how we can help you join a US College.
Australian Pro Tour
These professional level events offer ranking points and prize money, and include ITF events, Futures and ATP Challenger events, which are the level below the ATP/WTA Tour.
ATP World Tour and WTA Tour
The ATP World Tour and WTA Tour are the professional tours for men’s and women’s tennis. Players compete at events around the world for rankings points and prize money.
Davis Cup and Fed Cup
The Davis Cup and Fed Cup are international team events that provide professional players with the rare opportunity to play in a team environment.
Grand Slam tournaments
The game’s four biggest stages are the Grand Slam tournaments: the Australian Open, Roland Garros, Wimbledon and the US Open are where the world’s best players dream of competing.