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
November 14, 2017

Abigail Tere-Apisah Reaches Career High Singles Ranking of 339

Abigail Tere-Apisah has reached a career high singles ranking of 339 when the WTA Rankings were released earlier this week following outstanding results in the Australian ITF Circuit where she reached the singles final of the Cairns $25,000; the quarters

October 27, 2017

2018 “Draft” ITF Junior Oceania Calendar

The “Draft” of the 2018 ITF Junior Circuit Events in Oceania has just been released ITF Junior Circuits Oceania 2018 draft 27 Oct 2017 The July-December 2018 Events will be confirmed in March 2018 at the ITF Juniors Meeting

October 24, 2017

Tennis Australia Elects Its First Female President and Chair

Tennis Australia has elected its first female President and Chair. Jetstar Group CEO Jayne Hrdlicka was elected to the role this morning, replacing retiring President and Chair, Chris Freeman AM. The Media Release can be accessed here Airline boss to

October 20, 2017

Final Pool Play Results-WTA Future Stars Singapore

Round Robin Play has now been completed for Saoirse Breen (FIJ) and Brookie Ma’asi (TGA) at the WTA Future Stars Event in Singapore. The results from the final day of Pool Play are WTA Future Stars 2017 – Results after

October 19, 2017

Results of WTA Future Stars, Singapore-Day 2, Wednesday 18 October

Pacific Oceania Players, Saoirse Breen (FIJ) and Brookie Ma’asi (TGA) had mixed results on Day 2 of the WTA Future Stars Event in Singapore yesterday. Results  from yesterday: WTA Future Stars 2017 – Results after Wednesday.  Round Robin Points are:   WTA

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