Keen to play in a tournament? There are plenty of participation opportunities.


Start Finish Tournament Venue Category Level
5 January 8 January Hobart Junior Championships Domain Tennis Centre JT Silver
18 January 20 January Cygnet Tennis Open Cygnet AMT/U18s Bronze
25 January 27 January SRT Logistics Rosny Park Junior Championships Rosny Park JT Silver
3 February 6 February Tasmanian Open Launceston Regional Tennis Centre AMT Gold
9 March 11 March Clarence Open Rosny Park AMT/U18s Silver
14 April 17 April Stringlab State Age Domain Tennis Centre JT Silver
19 April 22 April Tasmanian Easter Championships Launceston Regional Tennis Centre AMT/JT Silver/Gold
23 April 26 April Tasmanian State Championships Burnie JT Gold
19 July 21 July Geilston Bay Open Geilston Bay AMT Silver
28 September 30 September Devonport Tennis Age Champs Devonport JT Bronze
28 September 1 October Glenorchy Open Glenorchy AMT/U18s Gold
2 October 5 October Hobart Open Domain Tennis Centre AMT/JT Gold/Bronze
6 October 8 October Geilston Bay Junior Championships Geilston Bay JT Silver
10 October 13 October Bell Bay Aluminium Championships Launceston Regional Tennis Centre JT Bronze
27 December 30 December New Year’s Open Burnie AMT/JT Bronze
Category definitions

Junior Tournaments (JT): an umbrella tour that provides a clear competitive pathway for aspiring tennis players.  The JT tournaments offer Australian Ranking points across four 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.  In total, 225 tournaments across Australia make up Junior Tournaments in 2019, giving all juniors the opportunity to obtain an Australian Ranking.

Australian Money Tournament (AMT): semi-professional tournaments introduced by Tennis Australia in 2006. They are designed to create quality matchplay opportunities and help with the transition for post junior athletes. AMT’s are a four-tiered circuit comprising of– Platinum, Gold, Silver, Bronze – based on prize money levels offered to the open events. To allow for the preservation and integrity of the brand and to provide product consistency to the consumer, a set of controlled delivery requirements has been aligned to each tier. In total, 169 tournaments across Australia make up the Australian Money Tournament series in 2019, giving all players the opportunity to lower their Australian Ranking.

Mandatory online entry and My Tennis membership numbers

To assist all staff and volunteers to effectively manage their tournaments, it is now mandatory for all players to enter all Australian Ranking events via the online entry system (no exceptions).

The online system only allows players who have a valid My Tennis membership number to enter tournaments. These are 11-digit numbers that start with 61. If you do not have your number, please contact your club or member association. If you are not a member of a club, register for a My Tennis number now by contacting the Tennis Australia Customer Support Team on [email protected] or calling 1800 752 983.