ITF World Tennis Number - Algorithm Update - 30 March 2022
The ITF has been working with National Associations including LTA to further enhance the calculation of the ITF World Tennis Number. The update to the algorithm took place in the weekly update on 30 March 2022 and may affect any player with an existing ITF World Tennis Number.
Most players will see a very small change (no more than 1 or 2 WTNs) but a very small proportion of players may see a more significant change. The new advanced calculation will ensure players are assigned an initial number that will make the system more accurate and consistent for all players.
An online workshop aimed at parents with children aged 9-14 who have just started competing or compete regularly, this session will give parents the knowledge and skills they need to support their child at tennis competitions.
Competition is at the heart of our sport. We think competing against players of a similar level is one of the best ways to enjoy the game, while also improving your skills and making new friends along the way. So, you’re looking to get into tennis and want to know how to start competing?
Joining a Local Tennis League is the perfect way to indulge in some friendly competition on court. Find out more through the handy Local Tennis Leagues website.
Joining your Local Tennis League is the perfect way for you to quench your competitive thirst, improve your tennis and make friends, all balanced around your busy lifestyle. Local Tennis Leagues offer friendly local singles competitions for players aged over 18 around the country and matches on thousands of park and public courts. Since the inaugural league in May 2005, 200 leagues have been established for adults nationwide.
This number is growing all the time, with leagues springing up from Aberdeen to Plymouth and everywhere in between. You can choose where and when you play, and we try to match opponents to your playing level. And best of all, there are prizes to be won.