All players must have a valid IPIN (International Player Identification Number), issued by ITF to enter and play on the Tennis Europe Junior Tour. It is important that you sign-up and pay for your IPIN well in advance of the Entry Deadline to be sure to have it in time.
The official site of the European Tennis Federation, which is comprised of 50 member nations and administers over 1,200 tennis events annually including the Tennis Europe Junior Tour.
Please note that in order to compete on the Tennis Europe Junior Tour in 2012, you must renew your IPIN membership. To do this, you must login to your IPIN account on the ITF website here. You will need your IPIN number and IPIN password to login. Once you have logged in, please click on the 2012 renewal message and follow the instructions.
If you are entering an event on the Tennis Europe Junior Tour for the first time, you need to create an IPIN and a Tennis Europe account. Full instructions can be found here . If you would like to renew your existing IPIN membership for 2011, you must login to your IPIN account at the ITF website here. You will need your IPIN number and IPIN password to login.
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Tennis Europe Junior Tour | 16/14/12 & Under Created in 1990, the Tennis Europe Junior Tour has long been the platform of choice for the launch of a successful career, and in recent years has heralded the arrival of such top players as Justine Henin, Roger Federer, Caroline Wozniacki, Andy Murray, Victoria Azarenka, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and Maria Sharapova, to name but a few.
Tennis Europe Junior Tour notes IPIN Renewals for 2019. 24 October 2018. IPIN Renewal. Where: If you would like to renew your existing IPIN membership for 2019, ...
IPIN is the ITF’s online service that allows players competing on the ITF World Tennis Tour Juniors to enter and withdraw from ITF tournaments, and effectively manage their competition schedule. Juniors. Men's. Women's.
IPIN is an online service allowing players to enter or withdraw from ITF tournaments, and manage their competition schedule.
Junior Internationals are tournaments held in Great Britain that are part of the ITF junior circuit or the Tennis Europe junior tour. The ITF junior circuit caters for juniors in the 18U age group, whereas the Tennis Europe Junior Tour caters for players in the 16U, 14U and 12U age groups. Tennis Europe (TE) Tournaments 12&U