News 2018-02-18T21:38:26+00:00

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Upcoming Tournaments in Down Under!

Busy weeks in Australia lie ahead of us! Qualification play started today in Sydney, where the New South Wales International tournament is hosted between the 16th and 22nd of September. We then move on to Canberra, where the Canberra Junior International will take place from September 22 till September 28. Both tournaments are Grade 5 International Tennis Federation (ITF) events with international ranking points on offer and have attracted some of Australia’s top juniors in recent years. We then stay in Canberra, as it is the younger generation’s turn in the 12/u & 14/u Australian Claycourt Championships. In this tournament, boys and girls in the age categories 12Under and 14Under compete for Australia’s junior national title on clay in the Canberra Tennis Center. Due to the cooperation with Tennis Australia, Tennis-Ticker proudly supports all the upcoming tournaments and wishes all players and organisers fair and exciting matches!

Follow all the live scores and results via the respective buttons below or with our App for Apple and Android!


New South Wales Junior International
Canberra Junior International
12/u & 14/u Australian Claycourt Championships
September 16th, 2017|

Nike Junior National Tennis Championships 2017

20th to 25th of August

The Nike Junior National Tennis Championships 2017 in Nottingham, England are underway and the most promising talents in the age groups 14U, 16&U and 18&U are competing for the British national title in the Nottingham Tennis Centre! A lot of high-quality matches await us in the coming days, as there will be singles and doubles tournaments with Great Britain’s top female and male junior talents. A win in Nottingham has already proven in the past to be a step in the right direction on the long and hard way to become a professional, as in the almost 60 years of tournament history, previous winners and British tennis stars, such as John Lloyd, Annabel Croft and Tim Henman have later found their way to become professionals and to make a name for themselves on the Pro Tour.

We are happy and proud to support once again a LTA event this year, as we already provided the Nike Junior International in Roehampton and the Nike Junior International Teen Tennis in Bolton with our point-by-point live scoring service. Tune in and follow all the live scores in Nottingham by clicking the button below or via our App for Apple and Android!

Open Live Scores
August 20th, 2017|

Busy month of August in France!

Cooperation with the Fédération Française de Tennis
August is firmly in French hands, as three Tennis Europe events in France, the European Summer Cup (Girls U18) in Granville, the Galéa/Valerio Cup (Boys 18&U) in La Rochelle and the Borotra Cup in Le Touquet, will be hosted from August 7 to August 9. But those events mark only the starting point of a long series of different tournaments in France due to our very succesful cooperation with the Fédération Française de Tennis! Due to this partnership, we are very happy and proud to support all international tournaments (e.g. ITF Juniors or Tennis Europe Juniors events) hosted in France, all French league matches and national championships for all age categories with our live scoring services. Here is a short outlook on the month of August and its upcoming events.

Upcoming Tournaments
After the three tournaments in early August, we then support the next Tennis Europe Juniors events in Ajaccio and Biot, where the girls and boys 12&Under meet from August 10 until August 13 for the Tennis Europe Nations Challenge Finals. We then move to Dijon for the Junior Championship tournaments in the age group under 16 to look out for the new talents and prospects in the French tennis scene between August 15 and August 20. After this French national event, we will support the ITF Juniors Grade 4 event Tournoi International in Clermont-Ferrand, where the participants will fight for important ITF Junior World Ranking points from August 20 until August 27. In Stade Français, one of the biggest events will take place from August 17 to August 26, when the seniors in the categories 45, 50, 55 and 60 are trying to find the new national champions. Moreover, the nationals season continues between August 21 and August 26, with the national Championships for the players under 18, where the best and most promising talents of France will fight for the national title! But the young prospects have no time to relax, as only one day later the international juniors elite will meet in Dijon for the Dijon Lac Kir ITF Juniors, starting on August 26 and ending on September 2. Nevertheless, there are still some hightlights left: Because we conclude the month of August with the best adult individuals, as they play in the 2ème série Championnats de France (28.08.-03.09.) in Blois, the 3ème série Championnats de France (21.08-26.08.) in Mulhouse and the 4ème série Championnats de France (23.08-27.08.) in Blois for the national seniors titles!

As you can see, August’s schedule is packed with a lot of exciting events and the team of Tennis-Ticker is very proud to support the Fédération Française de Tennis with our point-by-point live scoring devices for all mentioned tournaments!

All live scores for the respective events can be opened via the button below and with our App for Apple and Android!

Open Event Overview
August 8th, 2017|

Belgian Open 2017 – Wheelchair Tennis Tournament in Jambes, Belgium!

26th to 30th of July

In 1976 Brad Parks hit a tennis ball from a wheelchair for the first time and realised the potential of this new sport – Wheelchair tennis was born! Since it can be played on any regular tennis court and no modifications to the size of rackets or balls are needed, wheelchair tennis is one of the fastest growing wheelchair sports in the world. Furthermore, it follows the same rules as non-disabled tennis, with the only exception being that the wheelchair tennis player is allowed two bounces of the ball. The ITF established the Wheelchair Tennis Tour in 1992 with 11 international tournaments. Today, due to the rising popularity of the sport, over 150 events per year take place all around the globe.

One of the biggest ITF events in Europe is the Belgian Open in Jambes, Belgium, starting this Wednesday, July 26. It is a gathering of the world’s biggest athletes of wheelchair tennis, as over 100 players will take part in Singles and Doubles events in four different categories (Men, Women, Quad and Juniors) until Sunday, July 30. But not only the size and quality of the tournament are exceptionell. According to the organizers, the tournament bases its success on around 80 volunteers, who „keep coming from year to year“, which creates a very special and familiar atmosphere for players and visitors alike! In offering many different activities for visitors, e.g. to try wheelchair tennis, the tournament committee also tries to sensitize to the issue of disability, so that specatotors get a better understanding of the outstanding performances and dedication of all participants. This is what makes the Belgian Open to more than just an tennis tournament but to an „incredible human adventure“!

The team of Tennis-Ticker is very happy to be part of this adventure and proudly supports the event with a point-by-point live scoring system! Follow all the live scores by clicking the button below or via our App for Apple and Android!

Juli 24th, 2017|

ITF Nike Junior International Roehampton in its final stages!

1st to 7th of July

The Nike Junior International in Roehampton, England is underway and the most promising talents on the ITF Junior Curcuit are getting ready for their final matches on Thursday and Friday! For most players this is the warm up event to Junior Wimbledon, as they play on the grass courts at the Bank of England Sports Club. Therefore all want to get in shape and demonstrate presence on the fast surface to fortify their claim for the following Junior Grand Slam title. However, a win in Roehampton has also proven to be step in the right direction, as in the 24 years of tournament history, previous winners, such as Tsonga, Monfils, Cilic and Kyrgios on the boys side and Mauresmo, Wozniacki, Kvitova and Bouchard on the girls side, have later found their way to enter the Pro Tour and even were able to claim a spot in the world rankings‘ Top 20 for themselves.

So tune in and follow all the live scores for the final matches in Roehampton by clicking the button below or via our App for Apple and Android


Juli 5th, 2017|

Tennis-Ticker officially cooperates with Tennis Australia!

With tomorrow’s start of the Elite Tennis International QLD Junior Winter International in Caloundra, Australia, Tennis-Ticker proudly starts its official cooperation with Tennis Australia. Already in the 2015/2016 and the 2016/2017 season, Tennis-Ticker had provided live scores for the Australian Open Junior Championships Qualification play and the December Showdown, where Australia’s best players assemble at Tennis Australia’s headquarters at Melbourne Park to fight for the national title in their respective age groups. Tennis Australia was very excited about our technology and perfectly satisfied with our services. Therefore we now start this enhanced cooperation, which involves live scores for all ITF Junior events in Australia and all events of the December Showdown (eleven events in total), including the Australian Open Play-Off!

Francis Soyer of Tennis Australia about this cooperation:“We are impressed with the Tennis-Ticker Live Scoring System! It really helped running the December Showdown at Melbourne Park and the players loved it! Now we lock forward to having live scores for more and more events throughout the year.”

As tennis was established in Australia in the late 19th century, the sport started to organise nationally in 1904 with the founding of Tennis Australia’s predecessor, the Australasian Lawn Tennis Association. Today, roughly 2200 clubs are members of Tennis Australia, which is hosting the most important domestic and international tournaments on behalf of Australia, including the Australian Open and the Davis Cup for the Australian Davis Cup Team.

The team of Tennis-Ticker is very proud of this cooperation with yet another association of a “Grand Slam country” and one of the most prestigous tennis federations in the world!


Juli 3rd, 2017|