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Lexus Junior National Championships 2024: 16U preview, draws, scores, results & live stream


The highlight of the junior tennis calendar – the Lexus Junior National Championships are back for 2024 with the top players in Great Britain going head-to-head for the biggest prize.

This week, Britain’s brightest 16U talents head to the National Tennis Centre in Roehampton all in the hope of being crowned national champion.

However, there’s more than just trophies up for grabs this week, with both the girls’ and boys’ champion receiving wild cards into the main draw at The Junior Championships, Wimbledon, and runners-up gaining entry into qualifying.

The tournament is played as a straight knock-out draw across the girls’ and boys’ singles and doubles.

Watch live

Live coverage of the 16U Lexus Junior National Championships main draw will be available here throughout the tournament.

Live scores

🔴 LIVE Lexus Junior Nationals | Court 3 | LTA

Previous winners of the 16U event include Jack DraperDan EvansHeather WatsonHarriet Dart, Paul Jubb and recently, Junior Wimbledon champion Henry Searle.

Last year, Surrey's Hannah Klugman and Kent's Benjamin Gusic-Wan lifted the prestigious titles in Roehampton.

Find out more bout the Lexus Junior National Championships

Key dates

  • Saturday 30 – Sunday 31 March: Qualifying draws
  • Monday 1 – Friday 5 April: Main draws

Lexus Junior National Championships draws

All the draws for the 16U Lexus Junior National Championships will be available below:

Girls’ singles

Boys’ singles

Player lists

Check out all the players competing in the 16U Lexus Junior National Championships:

View player list


This year will see a stellar cast of young British tennis talent competing at the National Tennis Centre, with 17 of the top 20 girls and 18 of the boys set to challenge for the title.


Last year’s 14U Junior National champion Hollie Smart will enter the tournament fresh off the back of a strong campaign last season. Also based at the National Academy, Smart has recently claimed titles in Rhodes and Loughborough and also enjoyed a semi-final run at the J100 Trnava in Slovakia.

Smart will face stiff competition from Teodora Prisadnikova, Isabella Walker and Tegan Bush to name just a few of the promising talents gunning for the title.


In the boys’ singles, Mark Ceban will be one to watch this week. The 15-year-old - who is supported by our National Age Group Programme - became only the second British player ever to win the prestigious Les Petit As title in Tarbes last year and also won 14U Junior Wimbledon.

Ceban also helped lead the British team to sixth in the Davis Cup Junior Finals and was recently ranked No.1 in the 14U Tennis Europe rankings.

He’ll be joined by Rhys Lawlor, who, alongside Ceban, was a key part of the GB 14U team who won the Winter Cup for the first time in 11 years back in February last year. So far in 2024, Lawlor has reached the final of the J30 Dublin and the semis at the J100 Loughborough.

Niall Pickerd-Barua comes in as the reigning 14U national champion and currently No.1 in the Tennis Europe Race to Monte Carlo rankings. In 2023 he won six Tennis Europe titles.

Also keep an eye out for Archie Gray, Mathias Lescano-Vecchi and Kouros Anssarizadeh among many others in a strong field for the boys’ singles.

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