The ITF World Tennis Tour Juniors gives players aged 18 and under the opportunity to travel the world and develop their talent. Featuring over 650 tournaments in 140 countries, the Tour sees players compete across six levels of tournament – from JA (which includes the junior Grand Slams) through to J1, J2, J3, J4 and J5 (the lowest grade).
ITF World Junior Tennis The International Team Competition for players aged 14 & Under was launched by the ITF in 1991. The top 16 boys' and girls' teams from regional qualifying compete for the title, with over 100 countries represented in the opening stages of the competition.
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Find and discover tennis tournaments and events on the ITF's 18-and-under junior tour here using the ITF World Tennis Tour Juniors tournament calendar
Shang, or Jerry to his English-speaking friends, is the junior world No. 1 but has already made a prolific start to life in men’s tennis, winning his first three singles titles on the ITF World Tennis Tour over the last five weeks and compiling a 16-1 win-loss record at M15 tournaments since the penultimate week in September.
The J4 Atlanta Tournament 2021 took place from 18 Oct 2021 to 23 Oct 2021. Click here to get the latest information and view the results.
ITF World Tennis Tour Juniors Page 2 of 4 3. ITF Junior ranking points The ranking points awarded to tournaments at Grade 2 and above will change for 2020 as follows: Category W F SF QF R16 R32 Singles Grand Slam*, Youth Olympics 1000 600 700 370 490 200 300 100 180 45 90 Junior Finals 750 450 320/220 250 165 200/145
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The ITF World Tennis Tour is the new name for all former Pro Circuit tournaments. It provides the entry level of Professional Tournaments for men and women enabling players to eventually reach the higher level tournaments on the ATP Tour or WTA Tour and serving as the player pathway between the junior game and professional tennis.