Tennis Europe Junior Tour

European Junior Championships to showcase the region's top players

European Junior Championships to showcase the region's top players

Most, Prerov and Klosters will host this year’s flagship junior event across three age categories. All 3 European Championships will be played on clay courts during the same week of 18-24 July. 

  • 14 & Under Championships – Tenisovy Klub Banik, Most (CZE)
  • 16 & Under Championships – Tenis Přerov (CZE)
  • 18 & Under Championships – Sportzentrum Klosters (SUI)


Přerov (pictured) replaces Moscow as host for the 16 & Under event. The tennis-loving town is no stranger to the European Championship family. The host club features 25 clay courts including a 2,000-person capacity central court, and hosted one of the first editions of the European Junior Championships, back in 1978. Winners of that edition went on to claim 19 Grand Slam titles and included future world #3 Hana Mandlikova and world #1s Mats Wilander and Ivan Lendl.


2022 Competition

The European Junior Championships are a closed event for the best players nominated by national tennis federations. Every nation can nominate their best 2 boys and 2 girls to play for the most prestigious title of the season. The winner and runner-up of the 14 and 16 & Under singles tournaments automatically qualify to compete at the Junior Masters in Monte-Carlo in October.

The 18 & Under event – part of the ITF World Tennis Tour (Juniors) - is celebrating a special 25th edition in the Swiss resort of Klosters, where former champions include Martina Hingis, Carlos Moya and Stefanos Tsitsipas.

Victory at the European Junior Championships has long been an important step on the path to a successful professional career. Overall, 13 former and current world #1s feature among the previous gold medallists of the event. In recent years, players such as Iga Swiatek and Carlos Alcaraz have served notice of their potential by lifting the famous trophies.

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