All four of the Grand Slam tournaments (Australian Open, Roland Garros, Wimbledon and US Open) host junior events alongside those for men and women.

Although the ITF Junior Circuit was not founded until 1977 the history of junior events at the Grand Slams reaches back into the 1920s when boys and girls played competitions at the Australian Open. The final Grand Slam to introduce a junior draw was the US Open in 1973 when a boy's draw was added, with a girl's draw established the following year.

The Grand Slams are the most prestigious events on the Junior Circuit and along with a further five Grade A events are allocated the most ranking points. Click the links below to find out more about each event.

Australian Open

2017 ChampionsZsombot Piros (HUN) and Marta Kostyuk (UKR)

Boys' Singles:    Zsombor PIROS (HUN)
Girls' Singles:    Marta KOSTYUK (UKR)
Boys' Doubles:   Yu Hsiou HSU (TPE) / 
Lingxi ZHAO (CHN)
Girls' Doubles:   Bianca ANDREESCU (CAN) / 

Australian Open Junior Roll of Honour

Roland Garros

2017 ChampionsAlexei Popyrin (AUS)

Boys' Singles:    Andrei POPYRIN (AUS)
Girls' Singles:    Whitney OSUIGWE (USA)
Boys' Doubles:   Nicola Kuhn (ESP) / Zsombor PIROS (HUN)
Girls' Doubles:   Bianca ANDREESCU / Carson BRANSTINE (CAN)

Roland Garros Junior Roll of Honour

WimbledonStefanos Tsitsipas (GRE) and Kenneth Raisma (EST)

2016 Champions

Boys' Singles:    Denis SHAPOVALOV (CAN)
Girls' Singles:     Anastasia POTAPOVA (RUS)
Boys' Doubles:   Kenneth RAISMA (EST) /
Girls' Doubles:   Usue Maitane ARCONADA (USA) / Claire LIU (USA)

Wimbledon Junior Roll of Honour

2016 ChampionsEna Shibahara and Jada Myii Hart (USA)

Boys' Singles:    Felix AUGER-ALIASSIME (CAN)
Girls' Singles:     Kayla DAY (USA)                 Boys' Doubles:   Juan Carlos Manuel AGUILAR (BOL) / Felipe MELIGENI RODRIGUES ALVES(BRA)
Girls' Doubles:   Jada Myii HART / Ena SHIBAHARA (USA)

US Open Junior Roll of Honour