2013 Tennis Rankings
Tennis Australia has launched a new Australian Ranking website, which will provide a more efficient service to players.
Australian ranking guidelines
There are a number of changes that have been implemented for the 2013 Australian Ranking Tournament circuit and some ranking rules have been changed to reflect this. We recommend that athletes read the 2013 Australian Ranking Tournament Regulations and specifically Appendix 1, which refers to the Australian Ranking rules.
Updates to 2013 Australian Ranking Rules (May 22, 2013)
- Tennis Europe now recognise points earned by players competing in 12/u events for their 14/u ranking. Therefore, Tennis Australia will recognise points earned at 12/u Tennis Europe events on a direct 1 to 1 conversion.
- Semi-finalists in the Main Draw and Qualifying Consolation events will now also be eligible for Australian Ranking points, please refer to the points table in the below document.
- Players will only receive additional points for qualifying if they successfully win a match in the subsequent main draw event of the same tournament. Wins in the main draw consolation are not counted for this purpose.
Protected Australian ranking
Tennis Australia allows athletes that have been injured to apply for a protected Australian ranking, so when they return to competition they are not disadvantaged.
In order to be eligible for a protected Australian Ranking, an athlete:
- must have been out of competition a minimum of six (6) months and a maximum of two (2) years; and,
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