Ranking Points



Tournaments are divided into the following grades:
- Grade A (including four Grand Slams & the Youth Olympic Games)
- Grade B (Regional Championships)
- Grade C (International Team Competitions)
- Grades 1-5

ITF Junior World Ranking points are available at all tournaments. In order to get a ranking a player must reach a round where points are available. The number of points available in each round will vary depending on the grading of the tournament and the round reached. Tournaments shall be classified into grades, based mainly on a computer evaluation of previous tournaments while maintaining a geographical balance.

The number of points awarded for each grade is as follows:

    W F SF QF R16 R32
               
Singles              
Grand Slam*, Youth Olympics   1000 600 370 200 100 45
Junior Masters   750 450 320/220 165/145/125/105 - -
Grade A   500 300 185 100 50 20
Grade 1/ B1   280 170 100 60 30 15
Grade 2/ B2   160 95 60 30 15 7
Grade 3/ B3   100 60 36 20 10 5
Grade 4   60 36 18 10 5 -
Grade 5   30 18 9 5 2 -
               
Doubles              
Grand Slams*, Youth Olympics   750 450 275 150 75 -
Grade A   375 225 140 75 35 -
Grade 1/ B1   210 130 75 45 20 -
Grade 2/ B2   120 75 45 25 12 -
Grade 3/ B3   75 45 27 15 7 -
Grade 4   45 27 14 7 - -
Grade 5   25 13 6 3 - -
            - -
C #1 Player Win**   - 95 75 50 - -
C #2 Player Win**   - 75 50 20 - -
C Doubles Win **   - 75 50 20 - -

* Qualifiers losing in the first round of the main draw will receive 30 ranking points. Players losing in the final round of qualifying will receive 20 ranking points.

**Points are to be given to a player for one result only (their best) in the competition. Only players from the best 8 teams will be considered for allocation of World Ranking points.

NOTE: Bonus points will no longer be awarded at Grade A or Junior Grand Slam tournaments. No Main Draw points will be awarded to a player until he/she has played and won a round in the Main Draw. Advancement through a bye in the first match will not be equivalent to winning a round. Advancement by virtue of a walkover, or by retirement following the commencement of a match, will be equivalent to winning a round. An abandoned tournament counts as a tournament played if the player has not withdrawn before the decision to abandon was taken.

 

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