Burnie International
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Burnie International
Burnie International
2020 Burnie International
Tournament information
Event nameBurnie International
LocationBurnie, Australia
VenueBurnie Tennis Club
WebsiteOfficial website
ATP Tour
CategoryATP Challenger Tour
Prize money$75,000
WTA Tour
CategoryITF Women's Circuit
Prize money$60,000

The Burnie International is a professional tennis tournament played on outdoor hard courts. It is currently part of the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) Challenger Tour and the ITF Women's Circuit. It is a $75,000 level tournament for the Challenger Tour and a $60,000 level tournament for the Women's Circuit, although it was previously a $25,000 level tournament before it was upgraded in 2014. It was held annually in Burnie between 2003 and 2015, but didn't take place in 2016 due to a need for court upgrades.[1]

Prior to 2016, the event was also known as the McDonald's Burnie International. From 2017 to 2019 it will be known as the Caterpillar Burnie International.[2]

Past finals

Men's Singles

Lu Yen-hsun, competing for Chinese Taipei, won the singles once in 2004, and the doubles twice in 2004 and 2006

Men's Doubles

South African Rik de Voest was Lu's partner to the title in doubles in 2004

Women's Singles

Olivia Rogowska of Australia was the two time singles champion having won the event in 2012 and 2013

Women's Doubles


  1. ^ Luke Sayer (Aug 26, 2015). "Lack of cash puts Burnie International on hold". The Advocate.
  2. ^ Imogen Elliott (20 December 2016). "Caterpillar announced as new naming right sponsor for Burnie International". The Advocate.

External links

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