Oceania Tennis Federation

The Oceania Tennis Federation was formed as a Regional Association of the ITF in 1993 to foster the development of tennis in the Oceania Region.

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Oceania Tennis  – Follow the travels of the Development Officer around the Pacific to see ITF Initiatives in action including Grand Slam Development Tours.

Pacific Development Tennis Program – Highlighting the ITF Junior Tennis Initiative and keeping up to date with each Federations Program’s

ITF Regional Tennis Centre – Pacific Oceania – Seeing the day to day life and training exercises of the scholarship players at the centre as well as updated results from events held there.










Latest News
December 7, 2018

2019 Pacific Oceania Fed Cup Team Announced

Following promotion to Group I , the Pacific Oceania Fed Cup Team will play indoors on the Hard Courts at Astana, Kazakhstan during the week commencing Monday 4th February 2019. There will be 7 Teams competing: China, India, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Korea,

November 21, 2018

2 Pacific Oceania Players Given Wildcards into the AO 2019 Asia/Pacific WildCard Play Off

Two Pacific Oceania Players, Abigail Tere-Apisah (PNG) and Colin Sinclair (NMI) have been given Wildcards into the AO 2019 Asia-Pacific Wildcard Play-Off in Zhuhai, China which is taking place from Tuesday 27th November to Saturday 1st December. Abigail Tere-Apisah has

October 25, 2018

Brett Baudinet Crowned 2018 Cook Island Sportsman of the Year

Brett Baudinet (CI) has recently been crowned Cook Islands Sportsman of the Year recognizing his achievements in tennis in 2017 where he became the first ever Pacific Oceania player to play 50 Davis Cup Ties and as a result of this

Colin Sinclair(NMI) Breaks Into World Top 500

Colin Sinclair (NMI), pictured 2nd left below, has achieved his highest and also the highest Men’s World Ranking in Pacific Oceania history with his current singles ranking of #497. In his last 5 consecutive Men’s Futures tournaments (Australia F8, Australia F7,

Pacific Oceania Players Win All 4 Titles At The Inaugural ITF Grade 5 Tournament in Vanuatu

Pacific Oceania Players have won all 4 titles in the recently completed inaugural ITF Grade 5 “Vanuatu Junior International Open” in Port Vila, Vanuatu. Clement Mainguy (VAN) won both the Boys Singles and Doubles Finals. In the Singles Final he

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