Australian Pro Tour
In Australia, the Pro Tour calendar offers a total prize money pool of over US$1.1 million dollars annually providing players with a competitive pathway; all-important earning opportunities, and ATP/WTA Tour world ranking points that facilitate a players livelihood as a professional player. The Calendar offers a range of different level tournaments to accommodate for professional players at different stages on the competitive pathway.
Men's ITF World Tennis Tour
The Men’s ITF World Tennis Tour provides the entry level of Professional Tournaments enabling players to eventually reach the higher level tournaments on the ATP Tour.
Under the Men’s ITF World Tennis Tour, the two prize money categories are:
- M15’s offering USD$15,000 in prize money and ATP World ranking points
- M25’s offering USD$25,000 in prize money and ATP World ranking points
All ITF events will be played over eight(8) days, starting Sunday and finishing on Sunday.
All ITF events offer playing opportunities of a 48-player qualifying singles draw / 32 Main Draw
Men's ITF World Tennis Tour Ranking Points (Singles only)
Men's ATP Challenger Tour
There are 5 categories of ATP Challenger Tour events; named according to points awarded to the winner of the event.
- ATP Challenger 125
- ATP Challenger 110
- ATP Challenger 100
- ATP Challenger 90
- ATP Challenger 80
All Challenger events will normally be played over seven (7) days, starting Monday and finishing on Sunday, with the following format:
- Main Draw: 48 players
- Doubles: 16 teams (no Qualifying event)
- Singles Qualifying event with 4 players only
- All ATP Challenger Tour events must provide Hospitality
Men’s ATP Challenger Category And Points Table
Women's ITF World Tennis Tour
The Women’s ITF World Tennis Tour provides the entry level of Professional Tournaments enabling players to eventually reach the higher level tournaments on the WTA Tour.
Under theWomen’s ITF World Tennis Tour, the five prize money categories are:
- W15’s offering USD$15,000 in prize money and WTA World ranking points
- W25’s offering USD$25,000 in prize money and WTA World ranking points
- W60’s offering USD$60,000 in prize money and WTA World ranking points
- W80’s offering USD$80,000 in prize money and WTA World ranking points
- W100’s offering USD$100,000 in prize money and WTA World ranking points
W15 and W25 will usually be a 48 qualifying draw / 32 Main Draw and conducted Sunday to Sunday. Check tournament details.
W60 will be 32 qualifying draw / 32 Main Draw and usually conducted Monday to Sunday. Check tournament details.
Women's WTA World Ranking Points (Singles Only)
ITF Ranking Points - Men's & Women's
ITF World Tennis Tour Tournaments
To provide continuity to players, ITF ranking points will be awarded in $15,000 and $25,000 qualifying rounds and a player’s ITF ranking will continue to be valid for acceptance purposes after ATP or WTA ranked players. Three reserved places in $15,000 tournaments for ITF top 100’s-ranked juniors will continue to facilitate entry into professional tennis for the best-performing players at junior level
Men's Tour - 2019 Structure
Women's Tour - 2019 Structure
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