The Future Stars Circuit provides young Canadian tennis players (ages 7 to 10) with an opportunity to play competitive tennis in a fun environment. Last year approximately 1,000 boys and girls across the country competed in almost 450 events. Future Stars events are the perfect opportunity for young tennis players to improve their skills and make new friends. The Future Stars circuit is designed to provide a tournament format for kids whereby they take part in multiple meaningful matches in a short block of time, making it convenient for families.

Getting Started

To compete in the Future Stars Circuit:

  1. You must be a registered member of your Provincial Tennis Association (PTA). To purchase a PTA membership please click here.
  2. We strongly recommend having some competitive tennis playing experience (minimum of 3 events) such as Rogers Rookie Tour Events or club tournaments.
  3. You must register for each tournament on the Tournament Software website. Click here to consult the list of Future Stars events.

For more details on how to prepare for the Circuit and what to expect on the day of the tournament please check out our Player and Parent Checklist.

Take a look at the Match Format to see how each age groups’ matches are structured.

Bianca Andreescu and Félix Auger-Aliassime, former No. 1 junior players in Canada and current stars on the WTA and ATP Tours have a special message for Future Stars competitors:

If you would like to provide feedback on the Future Stars Circuit, please take the time out to complete our survey. This short survey will take approximately five minutes to complete.

For information on hosting a Future Stars tournament, please check out our Tournament Director Checklist and Future Stars Tournament Organization Guide.

If you have any further questions about the Future Stars Circuit, please email tournaments@tenniscanada.com.