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Central West

The Central West region covers the area from Hawkesbury and the Blue Mountains through to Broken Hill. This page will keep you up to date with the latest scores, events, tournaments and competitions in the Central West Region. If you require any assistance with your tennis club, programs or facilities, please get in touch.

The Central West Junior UTR Series events are round robin singles events, primarily aimed at junior players. The series is aimed at providing competitive matchplay opportunities for aspiring tennis players in the region during the school terms. In an exciting change for 2021, all matches played will count toward a player’s verified UTR, which is the metric used for a player’s acceptance in to Australian Ranking Tournaments during the school holidays.

Players must have a Tennis Australia Tournament ID number to enter. This number is an eleven digit number starting with 61. To obtain your Tournament ID number, please contact the Tennis Australia Customer Support team during business hours on 1800 PLAY TENNIS (1800 752 983) or email [email protected]

All enquiries related to the administration of Central West Junior UTR Events are to be directed to the Regional Administrator for the region.

CALENDAR OF EVENTS

Date  Event 
21-March Dubbo 
23-May Blayney
30-May Bathurst 
30-May Warren 
27-June Orange 
1-Aug Nepean 
1-Aug Forbes 
8-Aug Springwood 
15-Aug Parkes 
29-Aug Orange 
5-Sep Mudgee 
12-Sep Cowra 

Information and Updates

Central West Junior UTR Series Rules & Regulations

Contact US

Regional Administrator – Karen Muller
Email – [email protected]
Phone – 0444 538 524

Northumberland

The Northumberland Junior UTR Series events are round robin singles events, primarily aimed at junior players with a rating between 0-4. The series is aimed at providing competitive matchplay opportunities for aspiring tennis players in the region during the school terms. In an exciting change for 2021, all matches played will count toward a player’s verified UTR, which is the metric used for a player’s acceptance in to Australian Ranking Tournaments during the school holidays.

Players must have a Tennis Australia Tournament ID number to enter. This number is an eleven digit number starting with 61. To obtain your Tournament ID number, please contact the Tennis Australia Customer Support team during business hours on 1800 PLAY TENNIS (1800 752 983) or email [email protected]

All enquiries related to the administration of Northumberland Junior UTR Events are to be directed to the Regional Administrator for the region.

CALENDAR OF EVENTS

Junior UTR Events

Players must have a UTR between 0.00 and 4.00 to enter these events.

Date Event
7-Mar Gosford
2-May Newcastle
16-May Wyong
30-May Mount Hutton
18-July Raymond Terrace
15-Aug Nelson Bay
12-Sep Singleton 
20-21 Nov Northumberland Champion of Champion

State UTR Events

The Northumberland State UTR Series events are events held over two days, primarily aimed at competitive players in the region with a UTR between 3-8. The series will provide competitive matchplay opportunities for Northumberland players in the region during the school terms. Match formats will be longer to replicate those of Tournament play.
In an exciting change for 2021, all matches played will count toward a player’s verified UTR, which is the metric used for a player’s acceptance in to Australian Ranking Tournaments during the school holidays.

Players must have a UTR between 3.00 and 8.00 to enter these events.

Date Event
13-14 Mar Cessnock
1-2 May Newcastle
19-20 Jun Wyong
31 Jul–1 Aug Mount Hutton
29-30 Aug Gosford
16-17 Oct Nelson Bay
30-31 Oct Raymond Terrace
20-21 Nov Northumberland Champion of Champions

Information and Updates

Northumberland Rules and Regulations

CONTACT US

Regional Administrator – Karen Muller
Email – [email protected]
Phone – 0444 538 524

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