Junior Competitions

Elite Comp - Juniors UTR


per event
  • Standard: UTR 1+>
  • Singles
  • Yellow & Green ball
  • Sundays – enrol for the weeks you want!
  • Local clubs
  • Ratings-based matchplay
  • No age or gender requirements
  • 2 Guaranteed matches
  • Compare ratings against players from over 200 countries
19th May – OPEN 16th June – OPEN

Thursday Junior Round Robin


or $25 per session
  • Standard: UTR 0-2
  • Singles
  • Doubles
  • Individual scores
  • Home matches only
  • Yellow – Thu 5.30-7.30pm
  • Level based play
  • Make ups if rained out
  • Establish your UTR
Term 2 – OPEN
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For any questions regarding our competitions above, don’t hesitate to contact us!

“The fastest way for kids to improve is to put them into a competition where they can see for themselves what works and what doesn’t.” – Kim Warwick
Students just starting out should enter the Hot Shots Series. This is for beginner to intermediate kids ages 4+.

RED BALL – 4 to 8. Free to play. Younger students will play a “Hit the Cones” style match, rather than rally against each other. This makes it easy and fun for kids to start out. Older kids will play over the modified nets in a normal rally based match.
ORANGE BALL – 7 to 11. Students will play a match that is half the width of the doubles courts with a shorter baseline. First serve should be overhead. Second serve can be either.
GREEN BALL – 9 to 12. Played in a full singles court. Both serves must be overhead. Exactly the same as the pros play except with the modified green balls.
YELLOW BALL – 10+. Some time around 10-12 years old students will progress to a yellow ball which is the same as the pros use. Rules are the same as Green Ball except the matches tend to be longer.

UTR Competitions and Tournaments – This is a new way of looking at tennis skill level. We believe UTR is the way of the future and are committed to providing ratings-based competitions.

To get the most out of our comps you should attend every week they are on. There is no penalty not to attend although for NSTA comp you must provide a reserve if you can’t make it.
That’s fine! We accept all students. As one of the biggest junior programs in the area we tend to have the best depth for competitions so if you find your local comp a bit lacking then feel free to join us!
Don’t sweat it. Our comps are all casual in nature and designed to be low-pressure. We find the students who treat the comp as a way to practice what their coach has taught them have more fun and have better results