About Australian Pro Tour

The Australian Pro Tour is made up of Pro Tour events, Australian Money Tournaments and the Asia-Pacific Tennis League.


Tennis Players head to Australia for a share of the prizemoney pool of USD$1,115,00 and 15,105 world ranking points.

Covering over 36 weeks annually, the Pro Tour and Australian Money Tournaments offer week in – week out competitive opportunities to earn world ranking points and prizemoney in regional and metropolitan areas across seven States and Territories of Australia.

The Australian Tour provides international and national professional and aspiring pro players a broad menu of competitive options:

  • Event categories: ITF $15k, $25k / ITF25k+H / ITF $60k (Women) / ATP$75k (Men) / money tournaments / league competition
  • Surfaces: all grand slam surfaces; hardcourt; plexicushion; natural grass and clay
  • Venues: Regional and metropolitan events at well established and experienced venues meeting international standards
  • Circuits: Each group of events is within the same region of Australia with money tournaments placed in the same region leading into and throughout the Pro Tour events.

The Tour is a players’ best introduction to the world of professional tennis. It is the vital link between the junior ranks and the top-level WTA and ATP Tours. The Australian Pro Tour provides a great framework for international players to spend a year in Australia competing, not to mention the very close proximity to the Pro events in Asia.

The regional events are staged in some eminent areas in Australia providing players an opportunity to take some time in between event circuits to either travel and see some iconic parts of Australia or take a training block before moving to the next swing of events.

Which tournaments make up the Australian Pro Tour?

ATP Men's Challengers
Challenger events are individual, single-week men's tournaments offering prize money from USD$75,000.
ITF Women's Circuit Events
An ITF Women’s USD$15,000, $25,000, $60,000 or $80,000 and is the first step towards a professional tennis career.
ITF Men's Futures Events
Futures events are individual, single-week men’s tournaments with an ITF minimum requirement of conducting two consecutive events with prize money of USD$25,000 or three consecutive events with prize money of USD$15,000.
Open Tournaments
Tournaments such as Australian Money Tournaments (AMTs) that offer prize money and are open to all players. Many Pro Tour tournaments also incorporate an AMT either in the lead up to, during or after the completion of the Pro Tour event.