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Australian Ranking Tournaments

Australian Ranking tournaments offer players there opportunity to participate in tournament play and earn points towards an Australian Ranking.  There are two types of Australian Ranking Tournaments, Junior Tournaments which cater for players 18 and under, and Australian Money Tournaments which cater for players 13 and over.

Junior Tournaments

Junior Tournaments (JT) provide a competitive pathway for aspiring tennis players.  The JT tournaments offer Australian Ranking points across 4 levels; Platinum, Gold, Silver and Bronze.

These tournaments offer points across the 12/u, 14/u and 16/u age groups, with select tournaments also offering points in the 18/u age group.  These tournaments can be found in each state/territory of Australia, giving all juniors the opportunity to obtain an  Australian Ranking.

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Australian Money Tournaments

AMTs are semi-professional tournaments that offer both prize money and Australian Ranking points. They are designed to create quality match play opportunities and help with the transition for post junior athletes and act as a stepping stone towards the Australian Pro Tour.

AMT’s are open to male and female tennis athletes based on merit, but only once athletes have reached their thirteenth (13th) birth year (1st January onwards). However, athletes will not be eligible to use points earned from AMT events towards their Australian Ranking until the end of the month once they have turned 15 years of age.

There are four levels of AMT’s – Platinum, Gold, Silver and Bronze – based on prize money levels offered to the open events.

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What events are held in the ACT?

Please find below the tournament calendar for the ACT which includes JT’s, AMT’s, and professional tournaments.

How do I enter?

All entries for Australian Ranking tournaments are completed online, either click on the tournament links below or visit tournaments.tennis.com.auClick here to download step by step instructions on how to enter.