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Australian Pro Tour

The Australian Pro Tour encompasses 36 weeks of competition, more than $900,000 in prize money and over 7000 ranking points.

What are Australian Money Tournaments?

AMTs are semi-professional tournaments introduced by Tennis Australia in 2006.  They are designed to create quality match play opportunities and help with the transition for post junior athletes.


In 2010, the National Open Tournament brand was phased out and re-branded as a tiered circuit of AMTs – Platinum, Gold, Silver, Bronze and White – based on prize money levels offered to the open events.  To allow for the preservation and integrity of the brand and to provide product consistency to the consumer, a set of controlled delivery requirements has been aligned to each tier.


In total, 186 tournaments across Australia make up the Australian Money Tournament series in 2015, giving all players the opportunity to lower their Australian Ranking.

Junior Tour

Consists of:

  • Junior tour

  • AMT

  • ITF juniors

  • Pro tour

Australian Money Tournaments

The ITF Junior Circuit consists of more than 300 tournaments in over 100 countries tournaments. Circuit is a series of tournaments for players aged 18 and under, world-class competition and the chance to earn ITF Junior World Ranking points. The circuit’s aim is to improve competitive opportunities and help develop players’ skills.  ITF Junior World Ranking points earned by Australian’s are converted each month and calculated for their Australian Ranking.

ITF Juniors

These tournaments offer points across the 12/u, 14/u and 16/u age groups, with select tournaments also offering points in the 18/u age group.  In total, 211 tournaments across Australia will make up the Junior Tour in 2015, giving all juniors the opportunity to obtain an Australian Ranking.


The Junior Tour (JT) is an umbrella tour that provides a clear competitive pathway for aspiring tennis players.  The JT tournaments offer Australian Ranking points across 5 levels, Platinum, Gold, Silver, Bronze and White.

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