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ATP/WTA Points ATP The ATP is the governing body of the men's professional tennis circuits - the ATP Tour and the ATP Challenger Tour. The ATP determines the rules for ATP tournaments and determines the points allocation for all men’s professional events. In 2019, prior to 5 August, ATP Rankings are based on a player’s performance at
Tennis Australia is the governing body of tennis within Australia, linking to member associations throughout the country. We promote and facilitate participation in tennis at all levels, and also conduct national and international tournaments such as the Australian Open Grand Slam™.
As well as a nice paycheque, a player can earn a maximum of 500 singles and 250 doubles ATP Rankings points. The ATP Cup is staged in partnership with Tennis Australia. You can see the full breakdown of prize money and explanation below.
Breakdown of the ATP rankings points awarded at the four tennis Grand Slam events Australian Open, French Open, Wimbledon and US Open. Grand Slam ATP Rankings Points. Winner: 2,000 points. Runner-up: 1,200 points. Semi-finalist: 720 points. Quarter-finalist: 360 points. Round of 16: 180 points. Round of 32: 90 points. Round of 64: 45 points. Round of 128: 10 points
The policy is designed to protect competitive tennis players from injury and illness that may result by playing tennis in extreme weather conditions. > View the Extreme Weather Policy . Australian Ranking Tournaments Dress Code. Like most sports in Australia, tennis has certain requirements for players’ dress and equipment.
the orderly and uniform conduct of Australian Ranking tournaments sanctioned by Tennis Australia. These Regulations shall be applicable to all Australian Money Tournaments (AMT’s) and tournaments within the Junior
> Read the Australian Ranking Tournament Rules and Regulations . Protected Australian Ranking. Tennis Australia allows athletes that have been injured or suffered a significant illness to apply for a protected Australian ranking, so when they return to competition they are not disadvantaged.
The Australia Open Champion this year will receive $2,750,000, a -33.25% reduction on last year. The runner up receives $1,500,000 which is a 27.36% drop. Speaking on the delayed Australian Open Tournament Director Craig Tiley said the prize money was another important step in continuing to invest in the playing group: