General Information

  • Event Information

  • Venue

    Canberra Tennis Centre
  • Surface

  • Category

    Men ATP Challenger
    Women ITF Futures
  • Draw Size

    Men 32-32-16
    Women 32-32-16-4
  • Prize Money

    Men USD$75,000
    Women USD$60,000
  • Date

    Men 28/10/2017-05/11/2017
    Women 29/10/2017-05/11/2017

Latest News

Rogowska falls in Bendigo final
12 November, 2017

Australian Open 2018 wildcard Olivia Rogowksa has been defeated in the Bendigo Tennis International final by Slovenian teen Tamara Zidansek.
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Rogowska, Birrell earn Australian Open wildcards
Olivia Rogowska in action during Australian Open 2017 qualifying; Getty Images
11 November, 2017

Olivia Rogowska has won her way into the Australian Open main draw after a strong Australian Pro Tour season.
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Rogowska rolls on in Bendigo
10 November, 2017

Victorian Olivia Rogowska continues her impressive Australian Pro Tour form as the only Aussie to reach the semifinals of the ITF $60,000 event in Bendigo.
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Popovic a maiden qualifier in Bendigo
7 November, 2017

17-year-old Ivana Popovic will make her ITF $60,000 main draw debut after qualifying in Bendigo, while Sara Tomic upset the No.2 seed, American Asia Muhammad.
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World class tennis in Canberra

Part of The Australian Pro Tour, the next generation of top tennis players are set to compete when the Apis Canberra International kicks off in Canberra form October 28 – November 5 with an ATP USD$75,000 event (Men) and ITF  USD$60,000 event (Women).

Players from the world’s top 200, and a crop of rising tennis stars from Australia and across the globe, will compete for significant prize money and valuable world ranking points, as they look to boost their rankings ahead of the Australian Summer of Tennis.

Entry to the event is free, with a gold coin donation on finals day.  Kids day will be held on Saturday 4 November from 9am – 11am, with on court activities, face painting, jumping castle and more.

In 2016, fifth seed, James Duckworth (NSW) defeated top seed Jordan Thompson (NSW) in the semifinals before claiming the title in straight sets against Marc Polmans (VIC) in the Men’s event.  In the Women’s event, top seed and world number 103 Risa Ozaki (JPN) defeated Italian qualifier Georgia Brescia in the final.  For more, click here.

 In doubles, Luke Saville (SA) and doubles partner Jordan Thompson were the 2016 men’s champions, alongside Jessica Moore (WA) and doubles partner Storm Sanders (QLD).  For more, click here.

The crowd numbers at the tournament increased from just over 3,000 in 2015 to 9,412 in 2016.  For more, click here.