Are you looking for a way to get involved and make a difference for both players and visitors? Consider volunteering! Our volunteers play a crucial role in ensuring the success of the tournament, and we’re always on the lookout for passionate and dedicated individuals to join our team. Check out the open volunteer areas and their descriptions below to see where you can contribute your skills and make a real impact.

Volunteer Areas

The set-up team makes sure the venue is ready for the tournament. They set up additional structures, such as signage, tents and seating. The also equip all offices and the courts, making sure everything is in place and ready to be used.

Volunteers drive tournament vehicles (vans, large SUVs and cars) to pick up players and tournament officials at the hotel. A driver’s license and a safe driving record are mandatory. Volunteers must be at least 18 years of age. Volunteers must be comfortable with driving large vehicles equipped with all the latest technology and have good knowledge of the area.

This team will sell food and beverages in the café, take on basic waitering task and keep the café tidy.

The social media officers manage the Skovbakken Tennis social media channels. They must have a good understanding of social media platforms and tennis and have good communication skills in English. Besides creating content, they will monitor the channels, reply to messages and comments and be in touch with photographers on-site.

The court crew assists our ground keeper in keeping the courts tidy and preparing the courts. They swipe the courts and water them, clean the lines and make sure the courts are well equipped.
They also control when people may or may not walk past the match courts during the course of a match.

They will assist the ITF with setting-up the testing site and facility maintenance during the tournament.

The team in the tournament office is the main point of contact for players, helping them with general requests. They hand out towels, drinks and balls, book and organize the practice courts. They also issue credentials to all participants of the tournament including all players, related persons, officials, and tournament staff. The tournament office staff is also in charge of processing the prize money payment .
Training is provided to ensure success, but good English knowledge is necessary.

The runner provides on-the-ground support during the tournament, assisting with various ad-hoc tasks and ensuring smooth operations. Typical responsibilities may include delivering messages or materials, setting up and dismantling equipment, coordinating logistics, and assisting participants or attendees. Qualities such as flexibility and adaptability are desirable.

Note: Committee descriptions are subject to change.

What does it mean to be volunteer?

Volunteers will be expected to commit to a minimum of two shifts, each shift being approximately 4-6 hours. They will receive training and support from our experienced team and will also have the opportunity to watch some of the best up-and-coming tennis talents from around the world competing for the title in Aarhus. As benefits, volunteers will receive a complimentary meal during each working shift and a team shirt.
Does that sound like something you might be interested in? To be part of this exciting event, please send us a message with a short introduction.