The first of the back-to-back tournaments, the ITF Wanderers, will start on July 24, with the finals scheduled for July 30 at the Wanderers Tennis Club in Illovo, Johannesburg.
Both tournaments are Grade 4 ITF ranking events and form part of the International Tennis Federation’s Junior Circuit and offer world ranking points.
There are 33 countries, including SA, represented in the two events, which will have both boys’ and girls’ singles and doubles.
The countries represented are - Switzerland, Great Britain, Nigeria, United States of America, Tanzania, France, Botswana, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Kenya, Russia, Australia, Poland, Namibia, India, Korea, Lesotho, Israel, Mauritius, Togo, Brazil, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, Cote D’Ivoire, Belgium, Canada, Italy, China, Mexico, Korea and Latvia.
Richard Glover, chief executive officer of Tennis SA, said: “It is vitally important that we continue to host international junior events in South Africa, to give our juniors a chance of earning world ranking points in their own back yard.
“There are currently a total of seven ITF junior events in the country during the year and it’s satisfying to know that the ITF has confidence in South Africa to host these tournaments.”