Rankings Explained

Points in 2014 are available for main draw final round reached at ITF Beach Tennis Tour tournaments (various scenarios can affect the actual points given - please see relevent sections of ITF Beach Tennis Tour rule book).

To receive ranking points a player must reach a round where points are available.

Points earned at a tournament will become eligible for inclusion within a player's 'Best 6' results in the rankings released three weeks AFTER the week commencing date in which the tournament was started.

Example: a tournament that began during the week of 6 May 2013 (week 19) will appear on the rankings released on 27 May 2013 (week 22).

A ranking is made up of a player's 'Best 6' results from the 52-week period leading up to, and including, the last eligible week date except that ranking points earned at the World and Regional Championships will remain active until the end of the next respective editions of those events.


New rankings will be published each Monday unless otherwise stated.

* Due to the closure of the ITF London office over the period 25 December 2013 - 1 January 2014, there were no rankings released on Monday 30 December. As a result, points earned by players at the G1 event in Brazil and the G2 event in Reunion held the week commencing 9 December were included in the rankings released on 23 December.

** The ITF London office will be closed on 21 April 2014, as a result the rankings scheduled for release on this date will be postponed until 22 April.

Rankings Table


ITF World
Grade 1
Grade 2
Grade 3
Grade 4
Winner 250 180 80 150 100 60 40
Rnr-up 180 120 50 100 75 45 30
Semis 120 80 30 80 50 30 20
Quarters 80 50 15 60 30 20 15
Last 16 50 30 5 30 20 15 10
Last 32 30 - - 20 - - -


Advancement through a bye or walkover will not be equivalent to winning a round unless the team has played and won a match in the same Draw.

No points will be awarded to teams who are deemed to be a 'no show' and also to withdrawals made before first match played.

Advancement by virtue of retirement or default following the commencement of a match will be equivalent to winning a round.

If a team receives one (1) or more consecutive Byes and loses their first match played, the team will only receive ranking points from the round preceding their elimination and the team will receive prize money for the round reached.

Ranking points will not be awarded to any player who is not eligible to compete in accordance with the Rules and Regulations.

No points are awarded in qualifying events.