About

Caribbean Cup Tennis Series tournament schedule that will feature 6 masters tournaments, 14 series tournaments, in 7 countries, 1,500 athletes, and one Year End Championship throughout the Caribbean (Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, Cayman Islands, Curacao, Jamaica and St. Vincent and Grenadines). In addition to the Year End Masters Final Championship which will be announced in February.

The 2018 calendar offers a continuation of the existing tournament structure and schedule that, since 2015, has so successfully served as a global platform for the Caribbean's greatest junior and professional tennis players, leading to record growth for the series, tournaments and players over the past 3 years.

“Our calendar has yielded strong results for the series over the past 3 years, attracting record audiences and leading to more exposure and added events. We’re pleased to share the  2018 calendar as we look to continue the sustainable growth that has underpinned the Series over the past three years.” - Karl Hale,  CCTS President

The announcement of the 2018 calendar comes on the back of a record-breaking year for the CCTS in 2017. More than 5 million U.S. economic impact, improved facilities, over 1,000 participants, world class ATP pro's visiting the Caribbean and over 5 millions engagement in media and charitable efforts that include supporting school build in Anguilla. 

The tournaments within the CCTS series concentrate on the:  Local Youth Development, Caribbean Travel and Charity with each tournament offering participants a chance to challenge top ranked players from around the globe. A portion of the proceeds raised at each event will be donated to a local charity, that's mission involves promoting the growth of education and development within the Caribbean.

The CCTS features ITF Sanctioned tournaments for both junior and adult players. Each 2018 event will include a Pro exhibition match, with  past players such as Jim Courier (former #1) and Marion Bartoli (Wimbledon Champion), as well as clinics taught by current Pro Players and tier-one coaches.


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Youth Development

We are giving children the opportunity to compete in an international event at home. Offering more competitive opportunities and clinics to assist the local associations development program.

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Travel

We are bringing athletes from around the world to visit the Caribbean is a professional, competitive and safe environment.

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Charity

We support local communities through our various charitable endeavours from building schools (we have built 18) to supporting Special Olympics.


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U18 Caribbean Cup Champion

Boys U18 and Girls U18 winner is determined by the total number of  singles ITF points accumulated  at the end of the Caribbean Cup Tennis Series which is comprised of Jamaica, Barbados, St. Vincent, Anguilla and Antigua and Barbuda Cups.

 

Prizing

  • US Open Package
    1 day of tickets to opening day/2 nights
  • Rogers Cup Package
    1 day of tickets to opening day/2 nights
  • Head Tennis Racquet/Strings package
  • Asics Shoes and socks package
  • Winner of under 18 girls CCTS and Women Open Series winner get wildcards into Curacao pro WTA event

 

Adult Caribbean Cup Champion

Adults are determined by the most total points earned during the Caribbean Cup Tennis Series which is comprised of Jamaica, Barbados, St. Vincent, Anguilla and Antigua and Barbuda Cups.

Divisions: Over 30, 40 and 50 in Men's and Women's Singles, Doubles and Mixed Doubles. 

Singles and Doubles points are allocated as follows:  

Winner: 20 points
Runner-up: 10 points
Semi-Final: 5 points
Quarter-Final: 3 points

There will be one male and one female overall winner.  Both Singles and Doubles points count towards your overall total.

 

 
 
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Sanctioning

Our events are sanctioned by:

International Tennis Federation
Tennis Jamaica
Barbados Tennis Association
Anguilla Tennis Association
Antigua and Barbuda Tennis Association
Cayman Tennis Federation

 
 
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