General Information

  • Event Information

  • Venue

    Darwin International Tennis Centre
  • Surface

  • Category

    ITF Futures
  • Draw Size

  • Prize Money

  • Date


Please note that matches commence from 3pm daily.

Full player services on site will commence each match day from 1pm and run through to the conclusion of matches with practice courts available from 10am each day.

Transport will commence from 12 noon until the conclusion of matches and will be available to the official hotel and other hotels only within 8 kilometres from venue taking in neighbouring suburbs such as Coconut Grove, Parap and Nightcliff. Transport will not take in the Darwin CBD or the Mindil Beach areas. Accommodation is also available at the airport hotels including the Mercure and Novotel Airport Hotels which are 1 kilometre from the venue and next to the airport.

Latest News

Li Tu claims Australian Pro Tour title in Traralgon
Li Tu is crowned champion in the Pro Tour event in Traralgon.
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Li Tu caps a perfect week with victory over Alex Bolt in the Latrobe City Traralgon International final, securing the Australian Pro Tour title without the loss of a set.
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Resurgent Jasika captures second Australian Pro Tour title of the season
Omar Jasika celebrates winning the Traralgon International. Picture: Tennis Australia
25 February, 2024

In-form Aussie Omar Jasika claimed the men's singles title at an Australian Pro Tour event in Traralgon this week.
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Strong field set as Australian Pro Tour returns to Victoria
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19 February, 2024

Li Tu, Priscilla Hon and Omar Jasika are the top seeds at an Australian Pro Tour event in the Victorian town of Traralgon this week.
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Hon, Jasika scoop Australian Pro Tour singles titles at Burnie
Priscilla Hon and Omar Jasika won the singles titles at the 2024 Burnie International
4 February, 2024

Australians Priscilla Hon and Omar Jasika have been crowned the singles champions at the Burnie International in Tasmania.
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