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States reveal line-ups for 2024 Australian Teams Championships | 14 June, 2024 | All News | News and Features | News and Events

States reveal line-ups for 2024 Australian Teams Championships | 14 June, 2024 | All News | News and Features | News and Events

The 2024 Australian Teams Championships, featuring more than 160 of the nation’s most promising junior athletes, begin next week in Queensland.

Gold Coast, Australia, 14 June 2024 | tennis.com.au

More than 160 junior tennis players will compete at the 2024 Australian Teams Championships on the Gold Coast next week.

The championships, held at KDV Sport from 21-30 June, will feature the best young talents in the 11/u, 13/u and 15/u age groups from every state and territory, as well as Pacific Oceania and New Zealand.

The annual Australian Teams Championships is a platform for young players to display their skills in junior tennis, all while competing to take home the win for their state.

Last year saw New South Wales dominate, securing titles across all three age groups and setting a high standard for future competitions, with Queensland and Victoria looking to reclaim their victories from 2022.

In 2024, the tournament will be broadcast live, with select matches to be streamed exclusively on KommunityTV.

Australian Teams Championships 2024
Age group Event dates
11/u 21-25 June
13/u 21-25 June
15/u 27-30 June

Tournament Director Francis Soyer said competitions like the Australian Teams Championships are an important opportunity for junior players early on in their career to gain match experience and build respect, trust and collaboration.

“We are excited to be hosting the Australian Teams Championships to provide young players the opportunity to compete at the highest level against the best of their age group,” Soyer said.

“These national events not only foster a competitive spirit but also significantly enhance camaraderie and support amongst players and teammates.

“Many of our pro tennis players today gained experience at this very event including the likes of Australia’s top men, Alex de Minaur and Jordan Thompson who are currently preparing for Wimbledon, as well as former world No.1 Ash Barty. This really highlights the importance of tournaments like these in developing the next generation of tennis champions.”

Rod Laver Cup (11/u boys) teams
ACT Dave Gandhi, Lin Dai, Jairus Dass
NSW Mitchell Coventry-Searle, Ethan Wang, Caleb Gwinnell-Sheather
Qld Hamish Caruana, Thoma Bogatyrev, Hudson Hoogsteden
SA Jeremy Xu, Oliver Williams, Max Winstanley
Tas Ethan Macleod Little, Mason Kocharunchitt, Arnold Galambos
NT Keelan Te Whata, Kai Dysart, Hunter Mills
Vic Oliver Baker, William…

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