For season dates to the 2013 Super 10s season, and who to contact for more information, please refer to the tabs on the left hand side of the page.
Super 10s is an exciting competition for boys and girls who are born in either 2003 or 2004.
Super 10s took place all across Australia in term 4, 2012 and now the tennis community readies itself for another big year.
Certain states/territories are finalising their 2013 plans and will shortly release their season dates. Super 10s has now expanded from the first season in Victoria and has been piloted in the ACT, NSW, QLD, WA and SA.
Please take note that any player selected to play in Super 10s will be asked to pay $60 for the full season which includes 5 round matches and a Super 10s uniform.
Why the Super 10s Series?
This competition will facilitate for 10/u athletes a culture of fair play, team work and acknowledgement.
Super 10s will:
How does the Super 10s Series work?
The Super 10s Series is made up of four boys’ teams and four girls’ teams. Each team will include at least four players and there will be a list of reserves in case a fill-in player is required.
Players will play one singles and one doubles match. Matches are timed and last for 50 minutes.
As per ITF guidelines, players will use a Wilson green ball (75 per cent compression of a yellow ball). From 1 January 2012, 10/u competitions worldwide are encouraged to use low-compression balls to aid player development.
Players can win more than just silverware as part of the Super 10s Series.
Once-in-a-lifetime experiences are on offer, with player rewards including the chance to toss the coin at Australian Open finals, participate in on-court demonstrations at Australian Open 2013 or receive an invitation to a Tennis Australia National Talent Development Camp.
Providing regular feedback and insight to parents, athletes and coaches will be our Talent Development Coach mentors including Bill Bowrey, Gary Stickler, Ian Barclay, Tennis Australia’s Coach and Talent Development Manager Bernhard Goerlitz (Victoria) and Australian tennis icons including Scott Draper.
There will be parent workshops run by Tennis Australia’s Athlete Development team that will cover various topics.