Tennis Europe Junior Tour

30 Years of the Tennis Europe Junior Tour

17.09.2020 - '30 Years' souvenir magazine out now!

A special 120-page magazine has been released today to celebrate 30 years of the Tennis Europe Junior Tour.

The magazine includes in-depth interviews with former Junior Tour stars Casper Ruud and Elina Svitolina, two of the many top ATP and WTA players for whom the Tour served as a first stepping stone on the road to international tennis stardom. Martina Hingis remembers the earliest days of the Tour, while Andy Murray shares fond memories of participating in its team competitions. Judy Murray also contributes, explaining the benefits of the Tour from the perspective of parents and coaches.

For more info, and to download your free copy of the magazine, click here.

18.06.2020 - Kiki Mladenovic tell us how a win at the European Junior Championships kick started her career.

12.06.2020 - 20-time Grand Slam champion Roger Federer has a message for the Tennis Europe Junior Tour's class of 2020...

14.05.2020 - One of 11 former world #1s to have won a European Junior Championship title, Simona Halep has fond memories of her time on the Tennis Europe Junior Tour

24.04.2020 - Jo-Wilfried Tsonga has a special story to share of his first matches against future rivals like Rafa Nadal, Stan Wawrinka and Tomas Berdych...

17.04.2020 - Karolina Pliskova was another prolific winner on the Tennis Europe Junior Tour and has special memories of the team competitions.

09.04.2020 - Former 14 & Under #1, Winter and Summer Cups champion Dayana Yastremska also misses playing on the Tennis Europe Junior Tour!

01.04.2020 - Just a few years ago Casper Ruud became the first Norwegian boy ever to reach a European Junior Championship final. Now the highest-ranked Norwegian ATP player ever, he has a message for the Tour...

10.03.2020 - Andrey Rublev won titles in all three of the Tour's age categories: 12, 14 and 16 & Under and has a message for today's players...

20.02.2020 - A birthday message from former Junior Masters champion Alexander Zverev...

08.02.2020 - Junior Masters to be held in Monte-Carlo

One of the highlights of this special 30th anniversary season will be the first edition of the Tour's finale, the Tennis Europe Junior Masters in its new home of Monte-Carlo.

The Top 8 14 and 16 & Under players will compete on the legendary courts of the Monte-Carlo Country Club, also home to the ATP Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters, from October 31st - November 2nd. Keep up with the latest 'Race to Monte-Carlo' rankings here.

29.01.2020 - Janko Tipsarevic has fond memories of the Tennis Europe Junior Tour...


23.01.2020 - A word from former European Junior Champions Katerina Siniakova and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga...

18.01.2020 - A message to the Tour from Martin Klizan, Nicolas Almagro & Yaroslav Demin...


14.01.2020 - Happy Birthday from Tomas Berdych & Jana Stojanova...

12.01.2020 - Tennis Europe Junior Tour celebrates 30 Years
The Tennis Europe Junior Tour is a circuit of high-profile junior tennis events for boys and girls aged 12, 14 and 16 & Under from all over the world and is celebrating its 30th anniversary in 2020.

Founded by the European Tennis Federation in 1990, the Tour has grown from 40 tournaments in its first year to 408 in 2019. These include some of the sport’s most prestigious junior tennis events such as Les Petits As, Avvenire and the Tour’s most coveted prize, the European Junior Championships.

Tennis Europe tournaments are an essential step on the ladder to a professional tennis career. Over the past three decades, almost all top tennis stars have started their careers at these events. Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, Martina Hingis, Simona Halep and Caroline Wozniacki are just a few of the world #1s to have competed on the Tour.

Today, 20,000 registered players from 120 countries around the world are eligible to play on the Tennis Europe Junior Tour, which features individual tournaments as well as team competitions, the European Championships and an elite season-ending Masters.

Participants are rewarded with prestigious Tennis Europe Junior Ranking points, updated weekly for the 14 and 16 & Under age groups.

Currently 48 of the 50 European nations host one or more Tennis Europe Junior Tour tournaments each year – this growing number is a symbol of the strength and success of the Tour.

Led by former European champion Stefanos Tsitsipas, many of the Tour’s most notable players of past and present have contributed messages of support and shared some of their favourite memories for social media content due to be published throughout the season.


« Back

» News archive