All tennis players wishing to become professionals must win many tournaments to reach higher national and international ranking positions. To this effect, is important to take part and win tennis tournaments.

Those tennis players wishing to take part in a tennis tournament must join following tournament instructions and meeting the submission deadline. The player’s ranking will be checked before being accepted, as well as fulfilling set up conditions.

How to join a tennis tournament

To frame each player according to designations, you must allow the following chosen members standards that took part in.

  1. Straightly accepted players
  2. Wild Cards
  3. Preliminary round selected
  4. Back-up players
  5. Preliminary round ranking
  6. Lucky Losers

 

1. Straightly accepted players

Players placed on the top-ranking, get right away to the main tournament board. To reach this standard, player’s scores are checked 2 or 3 weeks before the tournament.

2. Wild Cards

These cards are usually given under the coordinator’s judgement, no matter what ranking the player has. That means that, if the wild card is given, the player can take part in the tournament even if he or she doesn’t meet ranking requirements.

3. Preliminary round selected

Those players who take part in a preliminary round as a result of the ranking.

4. Back-up players

Those players who are on the waiting list because a player was off the game, and they did not take part in straight away.

5. Preliminary round ranking

Those players who reached the preliminary round ranking strive for the tennis tournament together with those straightly located.

6. Lucky Losers

Those players who did not reach the preliminary round. However, they still can replace any player who did not take part in and should leave the match.

There are some vacancies reserved on the tennis tournament’s main list. Most of them are for those straightly endorsed. Other ones are for guest players (Wild Cards), and many others for those ranked on the preliminary round.

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Junior and senior tennis tournament access

To gain hands-on experience and start to reach a competition level, tennis players from 12 to 14 must take part in national tournaments. That will lead the player to the Tennis Europe Junior Tour, one of the most important tournaments for young players.

The player who wants to enter the tennis tournament called Tennis Europe Junior Tour will be able to make it if placed in the correct age group.

If placed in the correct age group, the player will be able to: enter the tennis tournament called Tennis Europe Junior Tour, take part in the “Best player of the year” ranking and Masters Tournament.

This international rivalry is an excellent opportunity for junior players. It is also a good one to get into worldwide tennis tournaments to be placed on the elite tennis list.

The International Tennis Federation – ITF – arranges well-known worldwide competitions like Grand Slam, Davis Cup, ITF World Tennis Tour, Fed Cub and so on.

ITF Tennis is responsible for the new ITF World Tennis Tour tournament addition. This one enables to reach a tennis senior level, throughout a program creation, opening a gate to talented junior players.

ITF World Tennis Tour presents a few tournaments:

  • ITF World Tennis Tour 25 +

Presents ranking list points for men and women in the ATP and WTA with an economic prize of 25,000 $ for men, and 25,000 $ – 100,000 $ prize for women.

  • ITF World Tennis Tour 15s

Presents ranking list points in the ITF World Tennis Ranking for men and women, with a 15,000 $ prize.

  • ITF World Tennis Tour Junior Grade A-5

Presents list points for ITF Junior World Ranking as a reward.