Overview

Tennis is played by millions of recreational players and is a popular worldwide spectator sport. The four Grand Slam tournaments (also referred to as the majors) are especially popular: the Australian Open, played on hardcourts; the French Open, played on red clay courts; Wimbledon, played on grass courts; and the US Open, also played on hardcourts.

Venue(s)

Potential Locations:

  • HKU (Stanley Ho Sports Complex). [Additional courts for expansion might include Victoria Park Tennis Courts; Ladies Recreation Club]
  • Aberdeen Tennis & Squash Centre
  • Quarry Bay Park
  • Chai Wan Park
  • Sai Wan Ho Playground
  • Bowen Road Tennis Court

Equipment

Personal Tennis Equipment: Racquet and proper tennis attire

Events / Schedule

Schedule
  • Sunday, November 5 – Thursday, November 9. Consists of 3 days of competition and 2 days of finals.
The following Tournaments will be organised:
  • Men’s and Women’s Singles
  • Men’s, Women’s and Mixed Doubles
Each Tournament has preliminary Rounds followed by Finals on the last day of the Tournament.

Categories / Divisions

Ability Divisions: Open
  • A (Advanced & Elite)
  • B (Good)
  • C (Recreational)
  • D (Beginner)
Age Groups:
  • 18+ (all ability levels)
  • 40+ (all ability levels)
  • 50+ (all ability levels)
  • 60+ Masters

No. of Participants / Teams

96

Registration Fee

$600.00 HKD

Guidelines / Special Considerations or Rules

Applicable rules are those of the Gay and Lesbian Tennis Alliance (GLTA) If signing up for an age division (40+,50+ or 60+), you must reach the minimum age of that division by December 31, 2022. The Tournament directors reserve the right to combine age divisions do to a lack of entries or issues with scheduling.

All Information Above is Subject to Change

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