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.

Oceania Open Junior Championships Start 26 June 2016

The Oceania Open Junior Championships (OOJC) start at the Regional Tennis Centre in Lautoka, Fiji. This is a G5 Event which will finish next Saturday, 2nd July.

The following is the link to the Event. You can click here to access all the draws, schedules, results etc











Latest News
April 23, 2017

Appointment of Joint Executive Officer

The OTF is delighted to advise that Richard Breen, the President of Tennis Fiji, has been appointed Joint Executive Officer of the Oceania Tennis Federation effectively immediately.  In assuming this role, Richard has resigned from the Executive of the Oceania Tennis Federation,

March 27, 2017

ITF Junior Pacific Fact Sheets

The Fact Sheets for the 6 ITF Junior Events in the Pacific have been announced and these are: Guam :    Guam ITF junior fact sheet 2017 NMI    :    NMI Fact Sheet 2017 NCAL1:   NCAL ITF Tournament 1 Fact Sheet 2017 –

March 26, 2017

Pacific Oceania JFC Team Finishes 13th in India

The Pacific Oceania Junior Fed Cup Team beat Kazakhstan 2-1 in their final match in the Junior Fed Cup Oceania Final Qualifying in New Delhi, India. Carol Lee (NMI) had another strong single performance winning her singles 64,62 before she

March 25, 2017

Pacific Oceania JFC Decisively Beat Sri Lanka

On day 5 of the Junior Fed Cup Final Qualifying, Pacific Oceania have decisively beaten Sri Lanka 2-0 (doubles not played) with Carol Lee winning her Singles 60,60 in 45 minutes and Naia Guitton 62,64 Results Friday Today Pacific Oceania

March 24, 2017

Pacific Oceania JFC Team Lose Close Tie to Malaysia 2-1

The Pacific Oceania Junior Fed Cup Team yesterday on Day 4 lost a very close Tie to Malaysia 2-1 with Carol Lee (NMI) again convincingly winning her singles match 62, 62. Yesterday’s results are Results Thursday Pacific Oceania now play off

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