The ITF Women’s 60,000 and 100,000 events highlight the performance competition schedule for fall and winter 2022

We have today confirmed the dates for its performance competition schedule for the remainder of the 2022 season. A full tournament schedule through December has been announced for adults and juniors across all categories.

Highlights include Great Britain hosting the $100,000 and $60,000 women’s ITF World Tennis Tour (WTT) events, both on indoor hard courts, in Shrewsbury and Glasgow respectively .

Further $25,000 men’s ITF World Tennis Tour (WTT) events take place in Sheffield, Sunderland and Glasgow in October and a $25,000 women’s event in Loughborough the same month. Abingdon will host an ITF Wheelchair Tennis Tour Futures event in October, with the National Wheelchair Tennis Finals taking place in early December.

Calendar of professional events (until the end of 2022)

  • M25 Sheffield – with 3 October
  • M25 Sunderland – with 10 October
  • W60 Glasgow – w/c October 17
  • M25 Glasgow – w/c 17 October
  • ITF Wheelchair Tennis Tour Futures Abingdon – w/c October 17
  • W25 Loughborough – w/c October 24
  • W100 Shrewsbury – w/c 31 October
  • National Wheelchair Tennis Final Shrewsbury – w/c November 28

See the full schedule here

The 14U schedule includes the new Junior Home Nations event in the week of September 26, as well as Nottingham the week of October 24, followed by the Tennis Europe Junior Tour Category 3 season-ending event in Liverpool the week of October 7. november.

For players aged 12 and under, there will be Junior Home Nations events and National Championships (in Bolton and Corby) in the same weeks as the 14U events. There will also be a Tennis Europe Category 1 event in Bath the week of October 31.

Finally, for 10U players there will be a National Tour event in the fall in Sunderland and 9U players will have National Tour events at the National Tennis Center or Loughborough University.

The performance competition calendar is designed to provide vastly improved opportunities for UK players at every age and at every stage of the player’s journey. When the season ends in December, we will have run a total of 98 international age group events from 10U to professional players on UK soil (excluding traditional grass season events) throughout 2022. This is a tournament percentage increase of 139% since 2019.

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