General Information

  • Event Information

  • Venue

    Fosterville Gold Tennis Centre, Bendigo
  • Surface

  • Category

    Men ATP Challenger
    Women ITF Futures
  • Draw Size

    Men 4-48-16
    Women 48-32-16
  • Prize Money

    Men USD$ Challenger 125
    Women USD$25,000
  • Date

    Men 06/01/2020-12/01/2020
    Women 05/01/2020-12/01/2020

Latest News

Johnson claims Bendigo title
18 January, 2020

Fourth seed Steve Johnson defeats higher-ranked Italian Stefano Travaglia in Bendigo Challenger final; now heads to Melbourne to take on Roger Federer on Monday.
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Johnson, Travaglia into Bendigo final
WINSTON SALEM, NORTH CAROLINA - AUGUST 23: Steve Johnson returns a shot from John Millman of Australia during their quarterfinals match on day seven of the Winston-Salem Open at Wake Forest University on August 23, 2019 in Winston Salem, North Carolina. (Photo by Jared C. Tilton/Getty Images)
17 January, 2020

American Steve Johnson will take on Stefano Travaglia of Italy in the ATP Challenger final in Bendigo while the last remaining Aussie, Matt Reid, fell in the doubles semifinal.
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O’Connell bows out in Bendigo quarters
16 January, 2020

Sydney’s Chris O’Connell falls to Italian Stefano Travaglia at the ATP Challenger in Bendigo.
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Crnokrak advances in Bendigo
13 January, 2020

19-year-old Alexander Crnokrak upset ninth seed Hugo Gaston to reach maiden last sixteen at Bendigo ATP Challenger.
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The Apis Canberra International, will take place from 6-12 January 2020 with a men’s ATP Challenger 125 and women’s USD$25,000 ITF World Tennis Tour event. Due to the ongoing bushfire activity in the regions, the unprecedented decision was made to move the event to Bendigo Tennis Centre.  More information here.

The men’s ATP 125 event, will offer over USD$160,000 in prizemoney, and is the highest level event on the ATP Challenger Tour.

A women’s USD$25,000 ITF World Tennis Tour event will be held alongside in what is anticipated to be one of the strongest fields at this event level as players begin their preparation for the Australian Summer of Tennis.

To stay up to date with all the latest news around the event, please visit the Tennis ACT website.