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
February 15, 2019

Tennis Anti-Corruption Programme (TACP)

The Tennis Anti-Corruption Program (TACP) is in place to protect the integrity of our sport and protect you as players and all those within tennis against corruption and betting related offences. This document provides a summary of the anti-corruption rules,

February 13, 2019

Colin Sinclair (NMI) Creates Pacific Oceania Tennis History

Colin Sinclair created Pacific Oceania tennis history when he became the first Pacific Oceania Professional tennis player to win a Singles Title at the just completed ITF $15,000 Futures Event at Claremont, California           Seeded #1

Pacific Oceania Fed Cup Team Relegated to Group II for 2020

The Pacific Oceania Fed Cup Team have been relegated to Group II-Asia/Oceania for 2020 following their 7th place FINAL STANDING AFTER PO at the recently completed Fed Cup Tie in Asatana, Kazakhstan. The Tie was eventually won by Kazakhstan who

January 30, 2019

Pacific Oceania Fed Cup Team Arrive in Astana, Kazakhstan

The Pacific Oceania Fed Cup Team of Abigail Tere-Apisah (PNG), Violet Apisah (PNG) Steffi Carruthers (SAM) , Carol Lee (NMI) and captain Gilles de Gouy (PYF) have today arrived in Astana, Kazakhstan to prepare for their 2019 Fed Cup by

2018/19 ITF Recognition of Excellence in The Development of Tennis Awards

During the recently held OTF AGM in Melbourne, the President of the ITF, David Haggerty, presented 3 Pacific National Associations with Excellence in the Development of Tennis Awards. These awards aim to: Recognize a National Association, or a select number

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