European Summer Cups
'European Summer Cups' is the collective name for six separate international team events organised by Tennis Europe and held across the continent during the summer months. Each event consists of a qualifying competition held across four zones. The top two performing nations from each zone qualify for the final rounds. With eight qualifying venues for each category (four for boys, four for girls), each hosting up to eight teams, and with three categories in total (14, 16 and 18 & Under), the tournament is easily the largest outdoor junior team tennis competition in Europe.
Furthermore, four of these events act as the European regional qualifying competition for worldwide junior competitions; World Junior Tennis (14 & Under), the Junior Fed Cup and Junior Davis Cup by BNP Paribas (16 & Under). To read about the long history of the Summer Cups events, click here.
In 2019, Tennis Europe introduced some important changes to the ranking system. Players can now count their two best team events towards their Tennis Europe Junior Ranking. Points have also been introduced for performances at qualifying rounds. For more information, click here.
2020 European Summer Cups
Tennis Europe regrets to announce that all three age categories of the European Summer Cups (14/16/18 & Under) have been cancelled as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Further information about the 2021 competition will be published here in due course.
2019 Draws, Results, Photos
14 & Under Qualifying and Final Rounds
16/18 & Under Qualifying and Final Rounds
Pictured: 2019 14 & Under boys' champions Czech Republic.
Past Results & Rolls of Honour