Annual Membership +
Tournament Participation

The IPN Tennis Tour offers a dual-tier fee system that incorporates both the annual membership and individual tournament entry components through what is referenced as an IPN Player ID. This unique system emphasizes value at every level, providing a platform to showcase talent without an excessive economic burden that might overshadow passion and determination.


To participate in the tour one requires an IPN Player ID. As an IPN player, you’ll be eligible to participate in our action-filled tournaments throughout the year, see and experience the beauty that is Southern Africa in between your matches or perhaps as you drive to the next tournament: whilst you pocket some nice cash for the adventure that is life.

Get Your IPN Player ID


Once you have secured your IPN Player ID, participating in the individual events only requires an entry fee of $18 per tournament. Every match you play, and every win you take home contributes to your IPN Ranking. Earning points in tournaments not only supplements your standing, but dramatically increases your chances of earning a coveted IPN sponsorship.

Tournament Access


Players | Coaches | Family | Fans

The IPN Tennis Tour offers an open platform for all enthusiasts to play, learn, and improve through challenging tennis competitions.


There will be a 32-player main draw and 12-player qualifiers.

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44% of the draws will have a bias in including players from South Africa, Mozambique, Botswana, Namibia, Zambia & Japan.

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Regular tournament format: Best of 3 sets, no ads, 3rd set super tiebreak.


Semi-Finals & Finale format changes: Regular best of 3 set matches with ads; so third set is a full set.

The Prize money earned can only be collected in cash at the finals ceremony held after the singles final on Saturdays.


Compete All Year Round

Everyone is invited to participate; the IPN Tennis Tour welcomes players from all regions of the world.

1st-Round Losers
$250 2nd-Rounders
$500 QuarterfinalistsQuarters
$750 Semifinalists
$1000 Runner-up
$1500 Winner

As a means of growing all participants watching the finals, all players are paid in cash during the final match ceremony on Saturdays.

Prize Money Available

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End Of Year Tournament

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Tournament Access

$44 per Tournament

Remember, every match you contest, every win you secure amplifies your chances to garner IPN Rankings and scoop that coveted IPN sponsorship.

The tournament entry fee ensures your continued participation and progression while sustaining a fair playing field for all. Ontop, it fuels the thrill that only intensifies with every $8k cash prize that awaits the victorious at each tournament.

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Dingles is a game that accommodates four players per court, incorporating elements of both singles and doubles play. Players begin on the baseline, each initiating a “singles” point by simultaneously feeding a ball to the opposing crosscourt. This action commences two concurrent rallies. The rallies continue until one player misses, at which point they are required to call out “Dingles!” After this, the remaining ball in play transitions into a doubles point that involves all four players. The play continues until the point concludes.
In order to score, a team must triumph in both elements – that is, they must secure victories in both the singles and doubles points.


Dingles On This Side of Town

What is Dingles?
Dingles is a game to play with four players per court where you combine singles and doubles play.
16 Pair Main Draw
Starting on the Wednesday of every tournament week after the singles matches. One round a day, thus the final will be on Saturday before the singles final.
Best of three sets; each set being first to 12 points with no ads at 11/11.
Prizes Available
The winning pair will be awarded $144 each whilst the runner-up pair is exempt from tournament entry fees for the next IPN event they participate in.

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