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NSW ATP Cup Tennis Legacy Fund

At the inaugural ATP Cup in January 2020, Tennis NSW and the NSW Government were pleased to announce the launch of the NSW ATP Cup Tennis Legacy Fund, which will invest more than $5 million into community tennis over three years.

The spirit, energy and success of the ATP Cup is encouraging many to pick up a racquet and the Legacy Fund will play a key role in continuing to ensure the growth of tennis participation

The Fund will target infrastructure, facility development and participation programs that will support the growth of the game across the State for many generations to come.

All applicants must carefully review the guidelines (PDF, 749.76 KB) prior to submitting an application. 

Categories 2 & 3 are being administered by Office of Sport. A total of $900,000 of funding is available over three years from 2020/21 to 2022/23.

In the 2nd round, total funding available in 2021: 

  • Category 2 in 2021: Up to $260,000
  • Category 3 in 2021: Up to $125,000


  Eligible Projects Who Can Apply? Details

Category 2


Small to medium facility development or upgrade projects that will increase participation.
  • Incorporated clubs and associations that are affiliated with Tennis NSW
  • Councils in NSW
  • Other bodies or deliverers that are located in NSW and affiliated with, recognised and/or sanctioned by Tennis 

For more details please look at the specific eligibility criteria for each category.

  • Max 25% of net project cost
  • Max funding contribution: $50,000
  • Min application amount: $7,500
  • Max total project value: $30,000

Category 3


Development of targeted programs aligned to participation growth.
  • Max 50% of net project cost
  • Max funding contribution: $10,000
  • Min application amount: $1,000

Contact your Tennis NSW Regional Tennis Manager or local Club Development Officer to discuss your project

General enquiries: sends e-mail)

For enquiries regarding using the online grant application system please contact

Key information

Applications closed: 5pm, 3 May 2021

Guidelines (PDF, 749.76 KB)

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