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2019 U9/U10 Future Stars Circuit

The aim of the Future Stars Tour is to create a competitive opportunity for the more advanced U9/U10 junior tennis players from across the province to participate in year-round competitions. Players can accumulate points for special ranking. The best competitors in each category win prizes at the end of the year.

The Future Stars Tour is for:

  • More experienced players who have competed in at least three to five 8 and Under/U10 Rogers Rookie Tour Events.
  • Competitors who are looking to enhance their competitive experience and meet the Long Term Athlete Development (LTAD) competitive criteria.

2019 Future Stars tournament age groups:
U10 – born in 2009, 2010, 2011
U9 – born in 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013

2019 Future Stars players package:

One to 4 tournaments

5 tournaments or more

Dry fit T-shirt and tennis cap

Zip-up Jacket or Future Stars backpack

Check out the video through the following link for the messages from Bianca Vanessa Andreescu and Felix Auger-Aliassime, the #1 Junior players in Canada.

Bianca: https://youtu.be/06h3lKm9avA

Felix: https://youtu.be/FJigmFyTNPk

Share with us your comments and suggestions for Future Stars tournaments and the Circuit.

Click HERE to fill out the Survey. Thank you!

This short survey will take approximately 5 minutes to complete. For your valued time, you will be invited to enter a draw to win a $100 Cineplex gift card upon completion of the survey.

Players must play at least 3 rookies to be eligible to play Future Stars tournaments. Players will be excluded until 3 tournaments have been played.

Parents are asked to be familiar with the information of Future Stars circuit and tournament regulations before signing up your child to a tournament. 

Click HERE for Parents/Players checklist.

For a complete list of Future Stars Tournaments, please click here.

Event Information:

U9 – orange ball competition

  • For youth who are born 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013
  • 3/4 court will be used
  • Racquet: 23” (depending on child’s size)
  • Boys and girls combined draw

U10 – green ball competition

  • For youth who are born 2009, 2010, 2011
  • Regular full court will be used
  • Racquet: 23-25” (depending on child’s size)
  • Boys and Girls on separate draw


Registration Opens 28 days prior to tournament date
Registration Closes 7 days prior to tournament date
Acceptance Posted 2 days after the entry is closed (unless otherwise stated)
Draws and schedule to be posted online Tuesday of the tournament week – Players are responsible to check their own match time

*Reminder: It is violation of code of conduct to enter two tournaments in the same time period without prior permission of both Tournament Referees.

Acceptance: Basing on First come, First Served.

Silver tournaments: some tournaments are labelled as Silver tournaments. The priority of acceptance:

  • Players who play their first Future Stars tournament. 
  • Players on the Silver Leader Board

Only one tournament per weekend, regardless the age categories and events. The second tournament will be on the least priority in the acceptance. Leader Board points may not be awarded to the second tournament played on the same weekend.

Draw Format:
Compass or Round Robin draw format will be used to provide a minimum of 3 match opportunities to each player. Less matches may be played in the event of unforeseeable circumstances (which may include late withdrawal, no show, default, injury, illness)

Match Format:
Click HERE for Future Stars match format.

Rules and Regulations:

Late Withdrawal and Failure to Complete Required Tournament Events (LW/FC) penalties will be enforced.

Click HERE for LW/FC cases and scenarios to penalty and refund

Once a player receives a total of 3 LW/FC Points within a 12 month period, he/she will be suspended for ONE month without being able to compete in any Canadian event (Provincial (all levels of tournaments including Future Stars and Team Tennis), National, ITF domestic) within that period. The period begins the day following the completion of the tournament in which the third LW/FC Point was assessed.

At Tennis BC our goal is to ensure that tennis parents and coaches are educated on how to support their child and others during tournament play. Please find some helpful pointers listed below:

  • No coaching is allowed. Do not communicate, visually or verbally while your child is playing a match. Your child could receive penalties because of this.
  • No outside officiating is allowed. This includes line calls and scoring. Any score disputes on court should be referred to the on-site staff.
    Parents are asked not to make any judgement of line call from where you sit. The window or the curtain, as well as the angle may give you a different vision of where the ball lands. The line judges who are sitting right at the line make error sometimes and so do the young players.
  • While spectators are allowed on court in some clubs, all movement should be minimized in order not to disrupt the match. Should movement be necessary, we ask parents to do it after a point is finished and do it quickly – never between first and second serve.

Click HERE for Parents/Players checklist.

Future Stars Sportsmanship Awards
Award will be given to one player of each division of 2019 Future Stars Circuit

Click HERE for details of nomination and Sportsmanship Award criteria

Future Stars Year End Awards 2019

Prizes will be awarded to the top 5 players on the Leader Board in each category (BU10, GU10, BU9 and GU9) at the completion of the Circuit in December. Players will receive SportChek Gift card at the value of:

1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th Sportsmanship
$125.00 $100.00 $100.00 $50.00 $50.00 $100.00

2018 Future Stars Year End Party

Thank you all Future Stars players who came out for the party as well as participated in the team event Future Stars Year End Party and Tennis BC U9 & U10 Team Tennis presented by Coromandel Lohas
2018 Future Stars Year End Party has been held on Saturday, December 15, 2018 in North Vancouver Tennis Centre. Congratulations to the prize recipients!

Results of Team Tennis click HERE

For photos of 2018 Future Stars Year End Party, please follow the links below:

Low Res Link

High Res Link

To create a healthy and positive competitive environment, the Points race (Leader Board) is designed to reward participation as opposed to winning. Please find more details on the points race below.

  • Participation points – Players participating in the 2019 Future Stars Tour event will receive 30 points per tournament played
  • Tournament points – 1 points to the difference of games won/games lost
  • If the number of the point is positive, the points will be added to the 30 participation points. If the number is negative, it will be subtracted from the 30 points.
  • All tie break is considered as one game.

2019 Leader Board– new update

  • To be updated on the 1st of each month
  • The leader board will no longer show points placement, tournaments played or any other information
  • Top 10 players in each category are on the Gold Leader Board in alphabetical order
  • All other players are on the Silver Board.

UPDATED on December 1st, 2019

Boys U10 – Gold Boys U10 – Silver
Girls U10 – Gold Girls U10 – Silver
Boys U9 – Gold Boys U9 – Silver
Girls U9 – Gold Girls U9 – Silver

Share with us your comments and suggestions for Future Stars tournaments and the Circuit.

Click HERE to fill out the Survey. Thank you!

This short survey will take approximately 5 minutes to complete. For your valued time, you will be invited to enter a draw to win a $100 Cineplex gift card upon completion of the survey.