Tennis World host the following AMT tournaments: Bronze, Silver and Gold. Of the 169 AMTs run ...
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The ATP Cup is a world-class tennis competition held at the NSW Tennis Centre at Sydney Olympic Park in January 2022 (having replaced the Sydney International). With plenty of seeded stars as well as young up and comers, you will be able to enjoy some of the best tennis, as well as live entertainment all throughout the tournament.
Sydney Olympic Park, first opened in 1996, secured fame in 2000 and established as its own suburb in 2009 is the home of our world-class Tennis World facilities. With 17 courts altogether, two indoor, 13 outdoor Plexicushion courts and two clay courts, the Sydney Olympic Park Tennis World is one of the cities premier tennis venues. Tennis World in Sydney offers a range of great programs for anyone, beginner through to expert and our coaches are highly qualified to teach people of all abilities.
The Sydney International, formerly sponsored as the Apia International Sydney from 2012 to 2017, is a professional tennis tournament in Sydney, Australia, that was last played in January 2019. The tournament was played annually at the Sydney Olympic Park Tennis Centre in Sydney Olympic Park. It is one of the oldest tennis tournaments in the world, dating to 1885. The tournament has not been scheduled in 2020 due to the new ATP Cup tournament. The Sydney International was last noted as an ATP 250
Voyager Tennis Academy operates it’s elite training program from Sydney Olympic Park Tennis Centre, offering an award winning full time tennis and academic program with our partners at The McDonald College.
The tournament was played at the Tennis Centre, Sydney Olympic Park, in Sydney, Australia. There were 64 players from 32 nations. Nations were able to enter up to four players each, up from three in prior Games. The United States' Andre Agassi was the reigning gold medalist from 1996, but he did not participate.
The men's doubles event at the 2000 Summer Olympics as part of the tennis program was held in the Sydney Olympic Park Tennis Centre from 20 to 27 September 2000. There were 29 pairs from 29 nations, with each nation limited to one pair (two players). 
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