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Old Mar 6th, 2013, 01:38 PM   #1728
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Re: Ana Konjuh

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I'm kinda new here, can someone please explain what JE means and how it works?
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Here how it works




Junior Exempt http://www.itftennis.com/juniors/pla...or-exempt.aspx


Girls' Junior Exempt Project

The Junior Exempt Project was launched in 1997 in order to help talented players make the transition between the ITF Junior Circuit and the Professional Circuits. Players who end the year ranked in the top 10 qualify for the Junior Exempt Project.

The Junior Exempt positions are allocated according to the following criteria:-

The year-end number 1 ranked girls’ singles player according to the year-end ITF Junior Ranking will be offered direct entry into the Main Draw at one (1) ITF Women's Circuit event up to and including $100,000 prize-money level and two (2) ITF Women’s Circuit events up to and including $75,000 prize-money level.

The year-end number 2 ranked girls’ singles player according to the year-end ITF Junior Ranking will be offered direct entry into the Main Draw at two (2) ITF Women’s Circuit events up to and including $75,000 prize-money level and direct entry into the Main Draw at one (1) ITF Women’s Circuit event up to and including $50,000 prize-money level.

The year-end number 3-5 ranked girls’ singles players according to the year-end ITF Junior Ranking will be offered direct entry into the Main Draw at two (2) ITF Women’s Circuit events up to and including $50,000 prize-money level and direct entry into the Main Draw at one (1) ITF Women’s Circuit event up to and including $25,000 prize-money level.

The year-end number 6-10 ranked girls’ singles players according to the year-end ITF Junior Ranking will be offered direct entry into the Main Draw at three (3) ITF Women’s Circuit events up to and including $25,000 prize-money level.
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