Fantasy Tennis League

Missed the lockout? You can still enter... and win!

The winner of Fantasy Tennis League 2017 will win an all-expenses paid trip for two to the men’s final at Australian Open 2018. You and a friend will get flights to Melbourne, two-nights accommodation and tickets to one of the biggest matches of the tennis year.

The season starts on 16 January 2017.

*Terms and conditions apply

How to Play Fantasy Tennis

1
Sign up now - it’s free!
2
Pick your team - you need to choose 16 players with a budget of $100 million.
3
Join the Global Tennis League - or create your own private League and play against your friends or colleagues.
4
Manage your team throughout the season. Pick a captain, trade your players and play to win!
Prizes for Fantasy Tennis

From tickets to the world’s biggest tennis tournaments, to monthly prize giveaways, there are plenty of ways to win at Fantasy Tennis.

Runner-Up Prize

Enjoy the best of the Australian Open Series. You and a friend are going to the final of an Australian Open Series event of your choice. You’ll see some of the world’s best in action at either the Brisbane International, Hobart International or Sydney International.

The Grand Prize

You and a friend are going to the men’s final at Australian Open 2018!

You’ll get your flights to Melbourne, accommodation at a top hotel and two tickets to one of the biggest matches of the tennis year.

Monthly Prizes

If your team tops the month you’ll scoop one of our bumper prize packs. Featuring tennis merchandise from around the world, it’s the ultimate goodie bag for fans of the game.

Leagues for Fantasy Tennis

ATP Top 5

  • 1. Andy Murray ($24.02m)
  • 2. Novak Djokovic ($22.62m)
  • 3. Milos Raonic ($13.26m)
  • 4. Stan Wawrinka ($11.6m)
  • 5. Kei Nishikori ($12.64m)

WTA Top 5

  • 1. Angelique Kerber ($13.26m)
  • 2. Serena Williams ($19.07m)
  • 3. Agnieszka Radwanska ($12.48m)
  • 4. Simona Halep ($11.16m)
  • 5. Dominika Cibulkova ($10.9m)

ATP #NextGen Stars

  • 1. Nick Kyrgios ($10.29m)
  • 2. Alexander Zverev ($8.67m)
  • 3. Kyle Edmund ($5.12m)
  • 4. Borna Coric ($5.15m)
  • 5. Karen Khachanov ($6.07m)