Which events are eligible to contribute to the Progress Series Masters leaderboard?

 Prizemoney accumulation can be collected from the following TA endorsed Open event categories:

  • Signature 20K
  • Premier 10K


How are the end-of-year money totals counted?

A player’s end-of-year money total will be calculated using a player’s best 8 singles & doubles results over the course of the year.


Do I have to accumulate money from 8 singles & 8 doubles draws to be eligible for the Progress Series Masters? 

No, your end-of-year prizemoney total is accumulated using your best 8 singles & doubles results. If a player competes in fewer draws, they will still appear on the Progress Series leaderboard. However, they may not have given themselves the best chance of qualifying for the end-of-season Progress Series Masters Finals.


How often will the Progress Series leaderboard be updated?

The Progress Series leaderboard will be updated on the 8th day of each month (or the first working day if the 8th is on a weekend). The first update will occur on 8 February 2023.


I want to compete in the Progress Series, but my rating won’t allow me to be accepted?

The Progress Series is aimed at a high-level touring player. If you are not quite at this level yet, there are many Open Series events on the 2023 endorsed calendar offering great prizemoney and level-based play opportunities. View the calendar here.


Why do I require an active PRO IPIN account with the ITF?

All players competing in Pro Tour (ITF Sanctioned) events require an active PRO IPIN and account with the ITF in order to compete.


Can I just get a PRO IPIN if I qualify for the wildcard?

PRO IPINs are not always generated automatically, and a player risks not being able to be accepted if they wait until they have won the wildcard. We recommend holding an active IPIN registration prior to competing in the Progress Series.