Maddy Inglis is the No.1 seed for this week’s W25 Perth International, while Andrew Harris will take the court at the Drummondville Challenger in Canada.
Inglis is set to open her tournament against Hong Kong’s Wu Ho-Ching at the State Tennis Centre on Tuesday.
Inglis contests her home-town event after claiming the W60 Burnie International earlier this month.
It came after the world No.119 won her first three ITF events in 2019.
“We are fortunate to have Maddy home in Perth to contest the title, she last played in 2018 where she finished as a semifinalist,” Perth International Tournament Director Loretta Hughes said. “But she’s a different player now who had an incredible 2019 winning three ITF titles. It will be great to see her out on court at home here in Perth.”
Harris is the No.5 seed in Canada, receiving direct entry into the last 32 where he will take on Monaco’s Lucas Catarina on court one on Tuesday.
Harris is one of three Australians in the draw.