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TOURNAMENT RULES

Participation & Prize Qualifications

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

The first round consists of 32 players. Start earning money from first round wins.
44% of the draw has a bias for players from the countries of South Africa, Mozambique, Botswana, Namibia, Zambia & Japan. 56% of the draw has a bias towards being international.
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 full set.

TOURNAMENT RANKING

Climb Your Way Up

IPN Tennis Tour events are great opportunities to showcase your skills on a competitive level.

Yoshihito Nishioka

#1

IPN Rank

Yoshihito Nishioka

Elo Rating 900 UTR 15.63 Age 27 Country Japan info icon

Elo Ratings in IPN's Tennis Tour:
Elo ratings are used in the IPN tennis tour to measure the skill levels of players. Each player is assigned an initial rating, typically starting around 900 points. This initial rating serves as a baseline to gauge their skill level.
As you participate in matches and tournaments within the IPN tour, your Elo rating will be adjusted based on the outcomes of your matches. If you defeat a player with a higher rating, you'll gain more rating points, signifying that you've performed exceptionally well. On the other hand, if you lose to a lower-rated player, you might lose some rating points.
The Elo rating system ensures that rankings are dynamic and respond to players' actual performance. It's used for purposes such as seeding players in tournaments, determining match pairings, and providing a fair and competitive structure for the tennis tour.

Lloyd Harris

#2

IPN Rank

Lloyd Harris

Elo Rating 900 UTR 15.48 Age 26 Country South Africa info icon

Elo Ratings in IPN's Tennis Tour:
Elo ratings are used in the IPN tennis tour to measure the skill levels of players. Each player is assigned an initial rating, typically starting around 900 points. This initial rating serves as a baseline to gauge their skill level.
As you participate in matches and tournaments within the IPN tour, your Elo rating will be adjusted based on the outcomes of your matches. If you defeat a player with a higher rating, you'll gain more rating points, signifying that you've performed exceptionally well. On the other hand, if you lose to a lower-rated player, you might lose some rating points.
The Elo rating system ensures that rankings are dynamic and respond to players' actual performance. It's used for purposes such as seeding players in tournaments, determining match pairings, and providing a fair and competitive structure for the tennis tour.

Yosuke Watanuki

#3

IPN Rank

Yosuke Watanuki

Elo Rating 900 UTR 15.31 Age 25 Country Japan info icon

Elo Ratings in IPN's Tennis Tour:
Elo ratings are used in the IPN tennis tour to measure the skill levels of players. Each player is assigned an initial rating, typically starting around 900 points. This initial rating serves as a baseline to gauge their skill level.
As you participate in matches and tournaments within the IPN tour, your Elo rating will be adjusted based on the outcomes of your matches. If you defeat a player with a higher rating, you'll gain more rating points, signifying that you've performed exceptionally well. On the other hand, if you lose to a lower-rated player, you might lose some rating points.
The Elo rating system ensures that rankings are dynamic and respond to players' actual performance. It's used for purposes such as seeding players in tournaments, determining match pairings, and providing a fair and competitive structure for the tennis tour.

Daniel Taro

#4

IPN Rank

Daniel Taro

Elo Rating 900 UTR 15.24 Age 30 Country Japan info icon

Elo Ratings in IPN's Tennis Tour:
Elo ratings are used in the IPN tennis tour to measure the skill levels of players. Each player is assigned an initial rating, typically starting around 900 points. This initial rating serves as a baseline to gauge their skill level.
As you participate in matches and tournaments within the IPN tour, your Elo rating will be adjusted based on the outcomes of your matches. If you defeat a player with a higher rating, you'll gain more rating points, signifying that you've performed exceptionally well. On the other hand, if you lose to a lower-rated player, you might lose some rating points.
The Elo rating system ensures that rankings are dynamic and respond to players' actual performance. It's used for purposes such as seeding players in tournaments, determining match pairings, and providing a fair and competitive structure for the tennis tour.

Kevin Anderson

#5

IPN Rank

Kevin Anderson

Elo Rating 900 UTR 15.21 Age 37 Country South Africa info icon

Elo Ratings in IPN's Tennis Tour:
Elo ratings are used in the IPN tennis tour to measure the skill levels of players. Each player is assigned an initial rating, typically starting around 900 points. This initial rating serves as a baseline to gauge their skill level.
As you participate in matches and tournaments within the IPN tour, your Elo rating will be adjusted based on the outcomes of your matches. If you defeat a player with a higher rating, you'll gain more rating points, signifying that you've performed exceptionally well. On the other hand, if you lose to a lower-rated player, you might lose some rating points.
The Elo rating system ensures that rankings are dynamic and respond to players' actual performance. It's used for purposes such as seeding players in tournaments, determining match pairings, and providing a fair and competitive structure for the tennis tour.

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#6

IPN Rank

Benjamin Lock

Elo Rating 900 UTR 13.71 Age 30 Country Zimbabwe info icon

Elo Ratings in IPN's Tennis Tour:
Elo ratings are used in the IPN tennis tour to measure the skill levels of players. Each player is assigned an initial rating, typically starting around 900 points. This initial rating serves as a baseline to gauge their skill level.
As you participate in matches and tournaments within the IPN tour, your Elo rating will be adjusted based on the outcomes of your matches. If you defeat a player with a higher rating, you'll gain more rating points, signifying that you've performed exceptionally well. On the other hand, if you lose to a lower-rated player, you might lose some rating points.
The Elo rating system ensures that rankings are dynamic and respond to players' actual performance. It's used for purposes such as seeding players in tournaments, determining match pairings, and providing a fair and competitive structure for the tennis tour.

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#7

IPN Rank

Kris Van Wyk

Elo Rating 900 UTR 13.69 Age 26 Country South Africa info icon

Elo Ratings in IPN's Tennis Tour:
Elo ratings are used in the IPN tennis tour to measure the skill levels of players. Each player is assigned an initial rating, typically starting around 900 points. This initial rating serves as a baseline to gauge their skill level.
As you participate in matches and tournaments within the IPN tour, your Elo rating will be adjusted based on the outcomes of your matches. If you defeat a player with a higher rating, you'll gain more rating points, signifying that you've performed exceptionally well. On the other hand, if you lose to a lower-rated player, you might lose some rating points.
The Elo rating system ensures that rankings are dynamic and respond to players' actual performance. It's used for purposes such as seeding players in tournaments, determining match pairings, and providing a fair and competitive structure for the tennis tour.

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#8

IPN Rank

Rei Sakamoto

Elo Rating 900 UTR 13.12 Age 17 Country Japan info icon

Elo Ratings in IPN's Tennis Tour:
Elo ratings are used in the IPN tennis tour to measure the skill levels of players. Each player is assigned an initial rating, typically starting around 900 points. This initial rating serves as a baseline to gauge their skill level.
As you participate in matches and tournaments within the IPN tour, your Elo rating will be adjusted based on the outcomes of your matches. If you defeat a player with a higher rating, you'll gain more rating points, signifying that you've performed exceptionally well. On the other hand, if you lose to a lower-rated player, you might lose some rating points.
The Elo rating system ensures that rankings are dynamic and respond to players' actual performance. It's used for purposes such as seeding players in tournaments, determining match pairings, and providing a fair and competitive structure for the tennis tour.

Whilst players build up points for their IPN ranking draw seed biases and entries will lean on a player's UTR, reputation, and previous achievements.

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