Qualifying criteria. The main qualifying criterion will be players' positions on the ATP and WTA ranking lists published on 14 June 2021 (after 2021 French Open). The players entering were formally submitted by the International Tennis Federation. The ATP and WTA rankings were based on performances from the previous 52 weeks, and there were several tournaments in the two-month period between the time of the rankings being frozen for entry and the beginning of the tennis events at the Olympics.
How do athletes qualify for the Olympic Tennis Event? First things first: Every tennis player competing at the Olympic Games has to satisfy a few key criteria in order to be deemed eligible to play: They have to be in good standing with their National Association and the International Tennis Federation.
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The ITF will publish the Qualification System for the Olympic Tennis Event (the “Qualification System”) that will set out, among other things, the rules, procedures and criteria for qualification to participate in the Olympic Tennis Event. These eligibility rules are subject to such further supplementary, additional or amending rules as
The International Tennis Federation (ITF) has released its adjustments to the qualifying system for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, which have been postponed until 2021. In line with the revised qualification principles for Tokyo 2020 that have addressed the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the timing of the Games, a new qualifying system for tennis events has been released by the International Tennis Federation (ITF).
Monthly Olympic Qualification Ranking with eligible players and based on the 2020 ITTF World Ranking Regulation principles. Men’s Singles July 2021 Ranking (* last updated: 19th July 2021) Details June 2021 Ranking Details May 2021 Ranking (* last updated 5th May 2021) Details April 2021 Ranking Details March 2021 Ranking Details February 2021 January 2021 December 2020 […]
Olympic qualification is mainly based on a player's world ranking. There are two governing bodies in tennis: the Women's Tennis Association (WTA) and the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP). Each week, both organizations rank the world's best tennis players based on a points system.
A Look Inside The Numbers As Tennis Olympic Qualifying Nears Its Conclusion. By Karen Price | June 05, 2021, 10 a.m. (ET) Serena Williams celebrates during her women's second round match against ...
How Olympic tennis qualification works The ITF – the governing body of international tennis – follows detailed guidelines for the Olympics. National teams are limited to six players on the men’s and six players on the women’s side, four in singles and two in doubles.