Tudor was used mostly as a half forward during his career, which started at North Melbourne in 1989. He played only eight games in four years with North Melbourne and was traded to Geelong in the 1992 AFL Draft.
A regular in the Geelong team, Tudor played in back to back grand finals in 1994 and 1995 but finished on the losing side on both occasions. In a game against Richmond at the MCG in the 1995 season he kicked a career best five goals.
Tudor coached Geelong to the Victorian Football League (VFL) premiership in 2007. In 2010 Tudor became an assistant coach at AFL club St Kilda.
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