Points

ITL will rank players based on a cumulative system of game, match & tournament wins and losses.

From 2018, a player will accumulate points on a 52 week rolling basis. Points will be calculated on the basis of total points gained divided by 12 months and then multiplied with the number of tournaments a player has played. The best way to gain more points, and avail our year end prizes for top ranked players, is by staying competitive in ITL tournaments.

Singles (Juniors/Mens)

Points 1st Round Losers 2nd Round Losers Quarter Finalist Semi Finalist Finalist Winner
PRO
Per Game 1 1 1 1 1 1
Match Points 10 15 20 25 50 100
ELITE
Per Game 1 1 1 1 1 1
Match Points 15 22 30 37 75 150
MASTERS
Per Game 1 1 1 1 1 1
Match Points 20 30 40 50 100 200

Doubles (per player Juniors/Mens)

Points 1st Round Losers 2nd Round Losers Quarter Finalist Semi Finalist Finalists Winners
Per Game 1 1 1 1 1 1
Match Points 4 8 12 16 20 40

Only Men’s Doubles points will be tabulated separately and not joined together with their Singles points.

Point System

  1. Each Game won gives a player 1 point.
  2. Each Match won gives a player the respective points as above, in addition to their game points.

Walkovers / Withdrawals / Exceptions

  • If a player gets a walkover to the next round they will not be awarded any points should they not play their own next round
    • Match retirement, injury or conceding a match will award only finished game points to both players.
  • No-show will count as a walkover and attract a penalty of 10 points.
  • Withdrawals after deadline date will be treated as a walkover with a 10 point deduction.
  • Players can withdraw up to entry deadline date without any point or fee penalty.
  • Fees paid will not be refunded once entry deadline date has passed.
  • No player will be allowed to play a tournament without having cleared all tournament dues.

Match Format for Pro Tournaments

Age Groups: Men’s and Under 18

  • Matches in the above age groups will be played on a best of 17 games format.
  • Tie break of 7 points will be played at 8 – 8. First to 7, or difference of two points, decides the winner.
  • No-advantage system will be used for deuce. Receiving player has choice of service side.
  • Umpire’s calls are final.
  • The final will be best of 3 mini-sets (4 to win, 3 all tie-break), with advantage on deuce. 3rd set will be a super tie-breaker in the event of 1 set per player.

Age Groups: Under 16 and 14

  • Matches in the above age groups will be played on a best of 13 games format.
  • Tie breaks of 7 points, with a difference of 2 points, will be played at 6 – 6.
  • No-advantage system will be used for deuce. Receiving player has choice of service side.
  • Umpire’s calls are final.
  • The final will be best of 3 mini-sets (4 to win, 3 all tie-break), with advantage on deuce. 3rd set will be a super tie-breaker in the event of 1 set per player.

Age Groups: Under 12 and 10

  • Matches in the above age groups will be played on a best of 11 game system.
  • Tie breaks of 7 points, with a difference of 2 points, will be played at 5 – 5.
  • No-advantage system will be used for deuce. Receiving player has choice of service side.
  • Umpire’s calls are final.
  • The final will be best of 3 mini-sets (4 to win, 3 all tie-break), with advantage on deuce. 3rd set will be a super tie-breaker in the event of 1 set per player.

Match format can be adjusted by the on court referee, due to any reason, in order to maintain continuity and to conclude the tournament in a timely manner.

Match Format for Elite Tournaments

Age Groups: Men’s and Under 18

  • Matches in the above age groups will be played on a best of 3 sets format.
  • Tie breaks of 7 points will be played at 6 – 6. First to 7, or difference of two points, decides the winner.
  • Deuce will have advantage point.
  • Umpire’s calls are final.

Age Groups: Under 16 and 14

  • Matches in the above age groups will be played on a best of 13 games format.
  • Tie breaks of 7 points, with a difference of 2 points, will be played at 6 – 6.
  • Deuce will have advantage point.
  • Umpire’s calls are final.
  • The final will be best of 3 mini-sets (4 to win, 3 all tie-break), with advantage on deuce. 3rd set will be a super tie-breaker in the event of 1 set per player.

Age Groups: Under 12 and 10

  • Matches in the above age groups will be played on a best of 11 game system.
  • Tie breaks of 7 points, with a difference of 2 points, will be played at 5-5.
  • No-advantage system will be used for deuce. Receiving player has choice of service side.
  • Umpire’s calls are final.
  • The final will be best of 3 mini-sets (4 to win, 3 all tie-break), with advantage on deuce. 3rd set will be a super tie-breaker in the event of 1 set per player.

Match format can be adjusted by the on court referee, due to any reason, in order to maintain continuity and to conclude the tournament in a timely manner.

Match Format for Masters Tournaments

Age Groups: Men’s and Under 18

  • Matches in the above age groups will be played on a best of 3 sets format.
  • Tie breaks of 7 points will be played at 6 – 6. First to 7, or difference of two points, decides the winner.
  • Deuce will have advantage point.
  • Umpire’s calls are final.

Age Groups: Under 16 and 14

  • Matches in the above age groups will be played on a best of 15 games.
  • Tie breaks of 7 points, with a difference of 2 points, will be played at 7 – 7.
  • No-advantage system will be used for deuce. Receiving player has choice of service side.
  • Umpire’s calls are final.
  • From Quarter-Final onward, the format will be best of 3 sets, with advantage on deuce. 3rd set will be a super tie-breaker in the event of 1 set per player. If draw size is 8 or below, the first round will be played on best of 15 games and then on best of 3 sets format from Semi-Final on.

Age Groups: Under 12 and 10

  • Matches in the above age groups will be played on a best of 13 game system.
  • Tie breaks of 7 points, with a difference of 2 points, will be played at 6 – 6.
  • No-advantage system will be used for deuce. Receiving player has choice of service side.
  • Umpire’s calls are final.
  • From Quarter-Final onward, the format will be best of 3 mini-sets (4 to win, 3 all tie-break), with advantage on deuce. 3rd set will be a super tie-breaker in the event of 1 set per player. If draw size is 8 or below, the first round will be played on best of 13 games and then on best of 3 mini-sets format from Semi-Final on.

Match format can be adjusted by the on court referee, due to any reason, in order to maintain continuity and to conclude the tournament in a timely manner.