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Update For All Circuit Players

November 8, 2004 09:54 AM

ATTENTION ALL CIRCUIT PLAYERS

Entry Authority Change
From 1st January 2005, the ITF will be the entry authority for all men's and women's ITF Pro Circuit tournaments, including tournaments in Europe and the USA.

October 4, 2004
Players can begin registering for an International Player Identification Number (IPIN). Once a player has obtained their PIN, they can go to www.itftennis.com/ipin where they will find instructions on how much they can register online to use the Online Entry Service following it's launch, April 4, 2005. Online Entry Service Fee: $35 annual fee ($10 discount if you register prior to 2005).

January 1, 2005
ALL
players who compete in ITF Pro Circuit tournaments must obtain an IPIN prior to competing in their first tournament.
Method of Entry: Fax or mail (Players must indicate their IPIN on their entry form)

April 4, 2005
Launch of Online Entry Service. Players can now begin entering online. Players choosing to use traditional methods of entry (fax or mail) will be required to pay a service fee of $25 at each event.

 

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