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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American SamoaAustraliaCook IslandsFederated States of MicronesiaFijiGuamKiribatiNew CaledoniaNorfolk IslandNew ZealandNorthern Mariana IslandsPalauPapa New GuineaSamoaSolomon IslandsTahitiTuvaluTongaVanuatu

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OUR LINKS

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
August 16, 2018

POJC Results and U12 Team Competition

The Pacific Oceania Junior Championships (POJC) and the U12 Team Competitions were recently completed at the Regional Regional Training Centre in Lautoka, Fiji. In the U12 Team Competition the following 10 Nations were represented: Cook Islands, Fiji, FSM, Guam, Kiribati,

August 9, 2018

Oceania Closed Junior B2 tournament

The Oceania Closed Junior B2 Tournament (OCJC) will be held at Lautoka, Fiji from Tuesday 14th to Saturday 18th August. The sign-in opens 2.30pm and closes Monday 13 August 4pm. Entry fee F$120. To access the tournament software please use

August 2, 2018

AUSTRALIAN OPEN PACIFIC PATHWAY 2018/19

Applications for the 2018/19 Australian Open Pacific Pathway Grants are now open. The application and full information and criteria can be accessed here AOPP 2018 Key Points are: Applications are now open and should be submitted to Bruce Osborne via

July 11, 2018

Oceania Open Junior Championships (OOJC)

Tournament Referee, Pat O’ Rourke, writes that: ” The OOJC  is a Grade 5 events and most of the players  that played the previous week in the SPOJC stayed on with a few new ones joining. Mann Shah (IND) and Carol

2018 South Pacific Oceania Junior Championships (SPOJC)

Tournament Referee, Pat O’ Rourke, writes that: ” The 18th year of the SPOJC ITF grade 4 event in Fiji threw up a number of firsts. A girls qualifying was held for the first time and there were considerably more

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