Part of The Australian Pro Tour, the next generation of top tennis players are set to compete when the Apis Canberra International kicks off in Canberra form October 28 – November 5 with an ATP USD$75,000 event (Men) and ITF USD$60,000 event (Women).
Players from the world’s top 200, and a crop of rising tennis stars from Australia and across the globe, will compete for significant prize money and valuable world ranking points, right here in Lyneham at the Canberra Tennis Centre.
The Australian Pro Tour is a collaboration of International Tennis Federation (ITF) Women’s and Men’s, and ATP Challenger (Men’s) professional tournaments and is integral to introducing players to professional tennis and providing pathways to the WTA and ATP Tours.
The 2017/18 Australian Pro Tour season includes 28 world-class international tennis tournaments for men and women across the country.
The event is growing year-on-year, which is fantastic for the Canberra community, rising Aussie players and the sport.
Entry is free for all Pro Tour events meaning families, fans and aspiring players from across Australia have the chance to watch some of the world’s most promising talent.
The official Australian Pro Tour ball sponsor is Wilson.
The doubles champions have been crowned at the Apis Canberra International today with Alex Bolt (SA) and Bradley Mousley (SA) winning the men’s title and top seeds Arina Rodionova (VIC) and Asia Muhammad (USA) winning the women’s event.
Olivia Rogowska (VIC) and Matthew Ebden (WA) have taken out the Apis Canberra International titles in front of a packed crowd at the Canberra Tennis Centre.
The men’s and women’s singles finals are set to take place at the Apis Canberra International on Sunday.
Kids Tennis Day will kick start a massive day at the Apis Canberra International which also features the singles semifinals and doubles finals.
Local hero, Alison Bai will look to continue her strong charge at the Apis Canberra International when she takes on qualifier Kaylah McPhee (QLD) on quarterfinal day.
ACT’s top female player Alison Bai (ACT) will take on top seed Arina Rodionova (VIC) in the third match on centre court at the Apis Canberra International on Thursday.
Australian Davis Cup player John Millman (AUS) has been forced to withdraw from his first round clash against Sasi Kumar Mukund (IND) due to a shoulder injury.
Current world No. 18 and proud Canberran, Nick Kygios alongside Apis Canberra International player and Bradley Mousley surprised Curtin Primary School
Top seed Jordan Thompson (NSW) has withdrawn from the Apis Canberra International due to tonsillitis.
Australian Davis Cup player John Millman (QLD) will kick start a massive day of tennis on Day 5 of the Apis Canberra International.
Top seed Jordan Thompson (NSW) and third seed Matthew Ebden (WA) will open their campaigns at the Apis Canberra International 2017.
National Academy Canberra trio Lisa Mays, Annerly Poulos and Kaitlin Staines will features in first round women’s qualifying action at the Apis Canberra International today.
The main draw of the Apis Canberra International will commence on Monday with four main draw matches scheduled to be played.
Canberra’s James Frawley and Dimitri Morogiannis will feature in first round qualifying action when the Apis Canberra International commences at the Canberra Tennis Centre today.
Rising star Lizette Cabrera (QLD) and Fed Cup representatives Arina Rodionova (VIC) and Destanee Aiava (VIC) will lead the women’s field at the Apis Canberra International.
Kids Tennis Day at the Apis Canberra International will be held at the Canberra Tennis Centre on Saturday 4 November from 9.00-11.00am.
You could be tossing the coin alongside some of the world’s top players at either the Men’s or Women’s final at the 2017 Apis Canberra International.
The best seats courtside at the Apis Canberra International are only a selfie away.
The 2017 Apis Canberra International is set to receive a significant boost in prizemoney
Apis, a Canberra based professional services firm, has signed a two-year sponsorship agreement with Tennis ACT, claiming the title sponsorship of Canberra’s marque global tennis event, The Canberra International, for both 2016 and 2017.