City of Playford Tennis International
Join us for the FREE event, with fun for all the family!
Come and see world-class players compete in SA's most prestigious tennis tournament - in our own backyard.
Women's Player Line-ups
Men's Player Line-ups
Day 1 - Monday 28 Oct - Qualifying Day 1
Day 2 - Tuesday 29 Oct - Qualifying Day 2
Day 3 - Wednesday 30 Oct - Round 1
Day 4 - Thursday 31 Oct - Round 2
Day 5 - Friday 1 Nov - Quarter Finals & Twilight Session
Day 6 - Saturday 2 Nov - Semi Finals
Day 7 - Sunday 3 Nov – FINALS
*Schedule details will be updated as they come to hand.
**Predicted schedule - may change based on weather and tournament referee's discretion
FREE KIDS ZONE AND ANZ HOT SHOTS
Friday 1 November, 4pm – 7pm
Saturday 2 November, 10am – 1pm
Sunday 3 November, 10am – 1pm
CANCELLATION: TWILIGHT SESSION - Friday 1 November from 4pm
Due to the predicted bad weather scheduled for the evening of Friday 1 November, we have made the difficult decision to cancel the City of Playford Tennis International Twilight Session.
All matches will now be played throughout the day on Friday, starting at 10.00 am.
Kids activities and off court competitions have been transferred to Finals Day on Sunday 3 November, with action kicking off at 11.00 am.
Thanks to our wonderful partners and sponsors! Without them, we wouldn't have a City of Playford Tennis International...
| Tennis SA | Playford Tennis Centre\Tennis Gear |
| Kanga Coachlines | Mawson Lakes Hotel | North East Isuzu| Plumbing and Pipeline Solutions | Academy Services |
|Terry White Chemmart (Playford, Mawson Central, Elizabeth South and Elizabeth Park) | TIA Consulting |
Playford City Tennis Centre
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Book into our special Family History for Beginners that will take you through the basics of learning to search your genealogy.
- Tue 3rd Aug at 9:00am - 10:30am
- Playford Civic Centre Library
- See Pricing
- Thu05AugEnglish for Work and Study- John McVeity Centre Enrolment Session
Providing skills in basic reading, writing and comprehension of workplace tasks including following instructions, completing forms, basic resumes, cover letters and applications. Perfect for those who have lower literacy skills and are currently looking for work.
- Thu 5th Aug at 9:30am - 10:30am
- John McVeity Centre
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, Men, Women, Youth, Community Organisations, People with a disability, Job seekers