Amateur tennis tournaments
- The fee for participation in the tournament is 10 US dollar.
- Discount or payment for attracting a friend - 7 US dollar.
- The number of players in the tournament is 8 people.
- The games are held on the courts of the tournament participants with a 50/50% court fee.
- The time for each round of the tournament is 1 week.
- The games are for each place, so there are 3 games in the tournament.
- The winner of the tournament receives free participation in the next tournament.
To take part in the competition, you need to select a tournament of the appropriate category, click on the "Participate" button, register or log in if you have previously registered on our website.
Next, we will contact you using the specified contact details, inform you of the results of the draw and the opponent's contacts.
If you have any questions, you can write to us via the feedback form or by the contacts listed here https://tennis-play.com/contacts /
Results and photos from previous tennis tournaments can be found here https://tennis-play.com/tournaments/1 /
Cost of participation: 10 US dollar .
Regulations of multi-day tournaments
Multi - day amateur tennis tournaments in Russia are held in the following age groups:
1. "Adult" men and women 16 years and older
2. "Boys and girls"
- 18 years and younger
- 16 years and younger
- 14 years and younger
- 12 years and younger
- 10 years and younger
3. "Veterans" men and women 35+, 40+, 45+, 50+, 55+ p>
4. Doubles tournaments
- Men's pair
- Women's pair
The games are held on the courts of the participants of the tennis competitions with a 50/50% court fee.
The time for each game is 1 week.
Games for each place. There are 3 matches in the tournament.
Matches of 3 sets.
The tournament starts when 8 participants register.
After paying for participation in the tournament, a draw takes place and a letter with the opponent's contacts is sent to the participant's e-mail.
Also, the opponent's contacts are available when you click on the game in the tournament grid and then on the opponent.
After the game, you need to log in to the tournament on the website and specify the score in the game.
The Olympic system is applied with games for each place, i.e. there are 3 games in the tournament.
Tennis competitions for amateurs in Russia in all age groups are held from 3 sets with a tie-break in each set.
By agreement of the participants, a tie-break of up to 10 points can be played instead of the 3rd set.
Choosing a game location
Preference is given to a tennis court with a lower rental value.
In a disputable situation with the same rental cost, the location of the courts - the decisive word has the participant, defined as the "host party".
The "host party" is the participant who first contacted the opponent and suggested the place and time of the game.
Payment for the tennis court is made by the participants before the start of the match.
For the match, it is necessary to agree on the availability of at least three new balls.
Priority is given to newer and higher-quality balls.
The time of the match must be agreed by both participants.
The time of the matches is from 07:00 to 00:00.
The deadline for the start of the game is 22:30.
Matches are judged by the players themselves.
The priority in judging is on the side of the participant where the disputed ball is. In a disputable situation, 2 balls are played.
Prize to the winner
The winner of the amateur tennis tournament in Russia receives free participation in the next tournament.
Tournaments are currently held only in Moscow. Tournaments are held on Saturday or Sunday. A tennis court, tennis balls and water are provided for the duration of the game. The winners receive memorable prizes.
Tournaments are held for players of different gender, age and level of play. With the number of players in the grid from 4 to 7 people, a circular system is played, with 7 - 2 grids are formed, with more than 8 people in the grid, the game goes for each place and up to 2 defeats.
Grids and players are divided according to the following level:
Professionals are the level of the game from the 1st category to the master of sports. These are players who have been or are professionally engaged in tennis, tennis coaches.
Amateurs with a high level of play are the 2nd level of play. These are players who are not playing tennis professionally, but have been playing tennis for more than 5 years, 2-4 times a week, playing tennis regularly and having experience of participating in amateur tournaments.
Intermediate level amateurs are the 3rd level of the game. These are non-professional tennis players, usually less than 5 years old, 1-2 times a week, playing tennis periodically and having little experience of participating in tournaments.
Cost of participation: 50 US dollar