We assist in the development of Australia’s professional tennis players.
Tennis Australia has developed the Training and Competition Pathway (see below) to set players on the path to becoming a professional. The pathway maps players’ evolvement from the time they first pick up a racquet to when they join the ATP/WTA Tour.
Learn more about our elite AIS Pro Tour Program based at the Australian Institute of Sport.
Find out about the state-based National Academies in Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide, Perth and Brisbane.
The Junior National Training Camps are for athletes aged 14 and under. The purpose of these camps is to bring young players together in an elite training environment and expose them to the National Academy training philosophy.
International Tours are open to junior players who are under the age of 18. The aim of these trips is to assist the development of our junior players by giving them the opportunity to compete against the world’s best athletes.
Interested in playing tennis at a US College? Find out how we can help you get there.
Find out how Tennis Australia is using Sport Science to develop the next wave of champions.
Information and advice for parents of players.
Talent Search is the national identification program that evaluates the skills and abilities of athletes aged between six and eleven years of age.
We’re looking for the best 10/u athletes to take part in a competition that will begin in Victoria. Find out more
The matrix outlines what players should aim for at each stage of their development.