About IPIN

IPIN stands for “International Player Identification Number”. All players competing on the Pro Circuit, Juniors Circuit, Seniors Circuit and Wheelchair Tennis Tour require an IPIN membership and was first launched in 2004 for the Pro Circuit and Juniors Circuit, and has since expanded to include the Seniors Circuit and Wheelchair Tennis Tour.

Players who register for IPIN membership will receive their own unique IPIN, which will remain the same throughout their career playing in ITF tournaments. An IPIN consists of three letters and seven numbers, for example: ALB1003941.

The IPIN online service enables players to manage their tournament schedule with the entry/withdrawal feature as well as view and pay their code of conduct fines.

Membership is valid only from the date of registration/renewal until 31 December that same year.

However, if you register/renew during the months of November or December, your membership will be valid for the remainder of the current year and the whole of the following year.

Players are required to renew their IPIN membership and pay the appropriate fee every calendar year in which they intend to gain access to the Online Service. Players are also required to present a valid IPIN on-site when playing in ITF tournaments.

Please also note, the fee is just for the membership of the Online Service and access to all the features provided and must be paid in full. The fee is not dependent on actually playing.


For more details on registration and to register for an IPIN membership, click here. 

Click here to Login or Register for IPIN


In addition to weekends, the ITF office in London, England will be closed on the following date(s):

Friday 30 March 2018
Monday 02 April 2018

Please note that during these periods when the ITF office is closed, any emails or IPIN requests submitted will not be dealt with until the office reopens.