Tennis Australia is the only authorised organisation that can certify tennis officials in Australia. Becoming an official is easy, and we’re welcoming new people all the time! Step 1: Complete a Tennis Officiating Program. Step 2: Become a Tennis Australia Officiating Member. Step 3: Gain your Accreditation. Step 4: Continue to develop and improve your skills while servicing the sport and helping to grow the game of tennis!
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Officials Membership is valid for 12 months, from 1 July to 30 June, every year. Once you join, you can receive: Opportunities to work at tournaments, competitions and other Tennis events across Australia. Access to our Tennis Australia Officiating member website. Access to Bounce, Tennis Australia’s online learning and education platform.
Tennis officials play a crucial role at all levels of our sport. There are many different types of official, including: Line Umpires. Line Umpires get to call the shots – literally – at all levels of tournaments, from grassroots all the way through to the Australian Open.
If you are interested in becoming an official, please check out our website. For those that are already officials and want to work at the Australian Open or one of our AO series events, applications generally open in May/June and close in July. Active registered Tennis Australia Officials are sent the online application link via email.
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First of three top Portuguese officials, opened the path to two current top officials, Carlos Ramos and Carlos Sanchez. Kerrilyn Cramer Australia Officiating several time Australian Open Ladies Single Final match Lars Graff Sweden 1990 ATP Supervisor. Umpired the 2009 Wimbledon Final. While umpiring in the 2003 Wimbledon match, Greg Rusedski was fined £1500 for an obscene outburst.