Warrnambool Lawn Tennis Club's marquee event is less than a fortnight away and it's set to be a hit.
The Warrnambool Lawn Open is on from March 6-8.
President Kim Tobin said the Labour Day weekend tournament was more popular than ever with 883 players registered across 53 events.
That's up from 786 players last year.
Tobin said more doubles entries this year had seen overall participation grow by almost 100.
"The tournament capacity was reached within 30 days of online entries opening and we have a wait list of nearly 100 players hoping to participate in the tournament," she said.
The Pertobe Road club is calling for more volunteers.
"In particular, anyone who would enjoy spectating the tennis whilst assisting might like to be a 'court walker' calling in vacant courts as matches are completed to the tournament box via walkie-talkie," Tobin said.
"Kitchen and barbecue shifts are still to be filled as are a couple of data entry positions in the tournament box.
"There are lots of ways people can assist to present an event of this magnitude that brings so much economic benefit to the city of Warrnambool."
Interested volunteers can email the club at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The tournament will also be a social event with live music, hospitality and a major cash draw.
WLTC held its Junior Club Championships on Saturday.
Max Phillips won the under 16 boys with Fletcher Sagnol runner-up.
Toby Coutts took out the under 14 boys with Charlie Austin runner-up.
Cooper Lynch got the chocolates in the under 12 boys with Alex Morgan second.
Isaac Brian was successful in the under 13 boys and Jett Burgess was second.
Monty Darcy was victorious in the under 10 boys and Roy Savage was runner-up.
Ella Cook won the under 13 girls ahead of Sophie Robson.
Adele McNamara took out the under 11 girls competition with Jasmine Phillips runner-up.
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