Tennis World Melbourne Park hosts a variety of tournaments throughout the year.
|Tournament Name||Age Group||Level|
|Melbourne Tennis Pathway Series (MTPS)||9 y.o. – 15 y.o||Intermediate/Advanced|
|Australian Money Tournaments (AMT)||Open aged||Advanced (Open)|
|Junior Tournaments (JT)||12s, 14s, 16s||Advanced|
|Switch Grand Slam Social Series||Open aged||All levels|
Melbourne Junior Tennis Pathway Series (MJTPS)
INTRODUCING THE MELBOURNE JUNIOR TENNIS PATHWAYS SERIES. HELPING YOUNG TENNIS PLAYERS EASILY TRANSITION INTO JUNIOR TOURNAMENT PLAY.
The aim of this program is to give developing players a wide variety of match experience and prepare them for national junior ranking tournament.
The Pathways Series is perfect if your child is aiming to compete in Junior Tournaments. This series is for tennis players between the ages of 9 and 15 and players are grouped based on age and gender. They will play multiple round-robin matches gaining valuable junior match play experience. The final event of each series will be an elimination tournament (with consolation) to mimic how a Junior Tournament (JT) is conducted.
Entry for each event is $30. The series are split between Melbourne Park Tennis World & Hume Tennis and Community Centre. There are 10 events at each venue.
Australian Money Tournaments (AMT)
AMTS ARE SEMI PROFESSIONAL TOURNAMENTS DESIGNED TO CREATE QUALITY MATCH PLAY OPPORTUNITIES.
Tennis World levels of AMT: Bronze, Silver and Gold. If the 169 AMTs run throughout Australia, Tennis World operate seven of them. The Australian Money Tournament series gives all players the opportunity to elevate their Australian Ranking.
AMT Bronze Series
AMT Silver Series
AMT Gold Series
Junior Tournaments (JT)
JTS PROVIDE A CLEAR COMPETITIVE PATHWAY FOR ASPIRING TENNIS PLAYERS.
The JTs at Tennis World offer Australian Ranking Points across Silver and Gold levels, providing all juniors the opportunity to obtain an Australian Ranking.
JT Silver Series
JT Gold Series
Switch Grand Slam Social Series
THE SWITCH GRAND SLAM SOCIAL SERIES CONSISTS OF FOUR TOURNAMENTS WHERE PLAYERS MUST WIN AS MANY POINTS AS POSSIBLE IN 7 MINUTES.
Played in doubles, the top two teams who win the most points from their draw move on to the Quarter Final stage. Tennis World runs a SWITCH tournament during each of the four Tennis Grand Slams.
The next Switch Tournament will run during the French Open. Registrations coming soon.