Junior National Tennis Championships 2021: Live scores, live stream and draws

11/06/2021

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Surbiton Tennis Club

Britain’s leading junior players will go head to head at Surbiton Tennis Club – here’s everything you need to know about the event.

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Updated - 11.06.2021

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What’s at stake?

There’s plenty to play for at the LTA Junior National Tennis Championships this year.

In partnership with the All England Club, there are some very exciting Wimbledon wild card opportunities for the winners and runners-up of this year’s singles tournaments.

Up for grabs are:

  • A wild card into the qualifying event for Wimbledon, as well as a wild card into the main draw of the Wimbledon junior championships for the 18U male and female winners.
  • A wild card into the main draw of the Wimbledon junior championships for the 18U male and female runners-up.
  • A wild card into the main draw of the Wimbledon junior championships for the 16U male and female winners.
  • A wild card into the qualifying event of the junior championships for the 16U male and female runners-up.

Which British players have competed in the Junior National Tennis Championships?

Previous winners of the 16U event include British No.1 Dan Evans, British No.2 Heather Watson and rising stars Paul Jubb, Jack Draper and Harriet Dart.

Three-time Grand Slam Champion Andy Murray, and two-time ATP Tour champion Kyle Edmund are both previous winners of the 14U title, while Great Britain’s Billie Jean King Cup Captain Anne Keothavong is a past 18U champion.

Who’s playing?

To stay on top of who’s competing in the 16U tournament, see the seeded entries list here.

To stay on top of who’s competing in the 18U tournament, see the seeded entries list here.

How to follow live scores

You can follow live scoring from the 16U event – which will take place from May 30 - June 4here.

You can follow live scoring from the 18U event – with will take place from June 5-11 here.

Have any other questions? Find out more about the Junior National Tennis Championships 2021 by visiting  here.

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