The 106th Fiji Open will be held at the Denerau Golf and Racket Club, Denerau, Fiji from Wednesday 29th May to Sunday 2nd June 2013.
This is one of the few global tennis events where there are Open, Age Group, Social and Junior events held simultaneously in the same Tournament. The events are played on 4 artificial grass and 6 natural grass courts.
The Entry form can be accessed by clicking on the attached link: Fiji Open 2013 Entry Form
The Rules and the daily itinerary can be accessed by clicking on the attached link:Fiji Open 2013 Itinerary and Rules
Any enquires for the 2103 Fiji Open can be direct to the Tournament Director, John Shannon: email@example.com
Recent Fiji Open Singles Winners:
2012 Mark Shanahan Tarani Kamoe
2011 Muka Godinet Meryl Pydo
2010 Nikolas N’Godrela Anaeve Pain
2009 Nikolas N’Godrela Marcia Tere-Apisah
2008 Mark Shanahan Alice Pigram
2007 Mark Shanahan Jessica Stewart
2006 Cyrille Jacobe Maylani Ah Hoy
Fiji Open 2012
The Fiji Open Tennis Tournament was held at the Denarau Golf and Racquets Club on Denarau Island, Nadi, Fiji, from 16 to 20 May 2012
There were excellent numbers of participants particularly in the veterans categories.A great time was had by all and every event was completed despite some inclement weather.
Highlight of the tournament was the performance of Fiji 17 year old Tarani Kamoe in winning the open women’s singles. Tarani is the first Fiji woman to take the title in 24 years! Top seed
in the event was Marcia Tere-Apisah from PNG but she was taken out early by New Caledonia’s Assya Trimari in a surprise upset. Trimari came through to the final and faced Kamoe and continued her excellent form by taking the first set 6-4.
However Kamoe then got her game going and took the next two sets 6-3 6-2 to
claim the title. Australian Mark Shanahan dominated the open men’s singles once again, claiming the Men’s Singles title for the 3rd time. However he was pushed very hard in the final by Brandon Vescio. Vescio took the first set in a thrilling tiebreaker before Shanahan wrestled back control of the match taking the next two sets for a 67 62 62 victory.
The tournament was supported by Tourism Fiji, Jacks of Fiji and Air Pacific.