Seniors IPIN (International Player Identification Number) provides the first step in the digitalisation of the ITF Seniors Circuit, with online entries launching in November 2011 for all tournaments from 2012 onwards. All players must apply for a Seniors IPIN to play ITF Seniors Circuit events in 2012.
The introduction of Seniors IPIN will also allow the launch in 2012 of weekly ITF Seniors World Rankings for singles, doubles and mixed doubles, while daily tournament results will be available on the ITF Seniors website:
The registration process is extremely simple, with players following a set of online instructions. Seniors IPIN membership will be free of charge for 2012 if players register before 31 October 2011, after which it will be available for a small fee of US $20. The IPIN fee will return to its normal level of $30 for the 2013 ITF Seniors Circuit.
For any player competing in only one ITF Seniors Circuit tournament in 2012, either in singles, doubles or mixed doubles, their IPIN membership will be free in 2013. The IPIN website is available in English, Spanish and French:
The PDFs below provide a step-by-step guide to help you register with Seniors IPIN.