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.



  • HKU (Stanley Ho Sports Complex).

Additional courts for expansion might include Victoria Park Tennis Courts


Personal Tennis Equipment: Racquet and proper tennis attire

Events / Schedule

  • Saturday, November 4 – Thursday, November 9. Consists of 4 days of competition and 2 days of finals.
The following Tournaments will be organised:
  • All Gender’s and Women’s Singles
  • All Gender’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
We encourage people with disabilities and from other diverse backgrounds to register. We endeavour to provide reasonable accommodations as may be needed, however, for this sport there may be limitations as to how we can accommodate. If you are interested, please contact us at [email protected] so we can provide you with more details.

No. of Participants / Teams


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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