What is the Medibank Junior Development Series?
The Medibank Junior Development Series (MJDS) is a group of round-robin tournaments for beginner to intermediate players. These tournaments are conducted around Australia; in all state and territories. The MJDS is a great introduction to tournament play for juniors who are developing their Tennis skills. The series culminates in a Champion of Champions tournament in each region followed by the Medibank MJDS State Final.
Who are these tournaments for?
The MJDS sits under the Optus Junior Tour (OJT) in the Tournament Pathway and is designed to give players their first tennis experience in playing a series of tournaments throughout the year.
Please note that the 2012 Medibank JDS events are open to all male and female tennis players that are 10, 12, 14, 16 and under as at 31 October 2012. The series has a different age eligibility rule than the NSW Super Series and Oputs Junior Tour events. The reason for this is that the series does not finish until October, so players entering events in February-September must still be eligible to compete in the same age group if they make it through to the Medibank JDS State Final in October.
Can I get ranking points at these tournaments?
No. The MJDS does not offer Australian Ranking Points, it maintains a development focus.
Find a MJDS tournament in your region
The MJDS series is delivered in each of the six country regions of NSW (including the ACT) and in metropolitan Sydney. Please click on the below links for your region and all the up to date rules and results.
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