Tennis is an individual sport played across men's and women's competitions, and matches are played in the pro set format.
Tennis is not a qualification sport for the Australian University Games and as such individuals do not need to qualify at their Regional University Games event.
Draws for tennis will be available online a week prior to EUGs.
Venue: Top Spin Tennis
Address: Lambton Rd & Curley Road, Broadmeadow NSW 2292
Carpark Access: Enter off Lambton Road, into Curley Road
Facilities: Outdoor tennis complex with club house, pro-shop and twenty-four tennis courts. Toilets, change rooms and spectator seating available.
Warm up areas: Competition courts will double as warmup courts. Depending on the draw and venue availability, some spare courts may be specifically reserved as warm up courts
Surface Type: Synthetic Grass
Catering: No onsite canteen or bistro facilities are available. Students may purchase drinks from the Top Spin Tennis Pro Shop, or walk across the road to the Newcastle Basketball Stadium where canteen facilities are open. Alternatively, several food outlets are available along Lambton Road.
Sports Medicine: Specific sports medicine staff will not be provided for this venue. Venue staff will implement first aid if required.
Draws will not be made available until the week before the event, with results made accessible once the event has commenced.
Results from EUG 2016:
- View draws and results for all sports at the 2016 Eastern University Games
- View final pennant rankings for all sports at the 2016 Eastern University Games
Duties & Uniform
Australian University Sport (AUS) conducts its competitions under the official playing rules and regulations implemented by the national sporting organisation for that sport. However, AUS events are unique and hence there are often variations that are implemented.
Uniform and duty requirements are addressed in the relevent sport rules.
Click here for all competition supplements and rules. Please ensure you refer to the SINGLES rules for this event.
Note: These rules are subject to change following AUS review in 2017