The ITF Junior World Tennis Tour gives players aged 18 and under the opportunity to travel the world and develop their talent. The Tour features 650 tournaments in 140 countries, and culminates in the ITF World Tennis Tour Junior Finals in Chengdu, where the world's Top 8 go head-to-head.
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Find and discover tennis tournaments and events on the ITF's 18-and-under junior tour here using the ITF World Tennis Tour Juniors tournament calendar
ITF World Junior Tennis. The International Team Competition for players aged 14 & Under was launched by the ITF in 1991. The top 16 boys' and girls' teams from regional qualifying compete for the title, with over 100 countries represented in the opening stages of the competition. Italy's boys and Russia's girls are the reigning champions. > Boys' event
Draw of the ITF World Tennis Tour Juniors tournament. A player whose Tennis Europe or COSAT 16 & Under ranking is lower than the two (2) or three (3) players, as applicable, accepted in the Regional Reserved places for relevant Grade 3, Grade 4 and
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Four of the ITF's leading National Associations - Tennis Australia, the French Federation of Tennis, United States Tennis Association and, in the case of Wimbledon, a joint Committee of Management consisting of The All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club and Lawn Tennis Association - own and organise each Grand Slam tournament.
The ITF Women's World Tennis Tour provides a professional pathway between the ITF Junior World Tennis Tour and the WTA Tour. The results of ITF tournaments are incorporated into the WTA Ranking, which enables professionals to progress through to the elite levels of women's professional tennis.
Shang, the ITF's top-ranked junior, has played only three Pro Circuit main draws, all since reaching the final of the US Open junior championships last month, and has a record of 10-1. Today he defeated No. 3 seed Damien Wenger of Switzerland 6-3, 3-6, 6-3.