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... if only as no. 587 on the alternates list ?

There are often unranked players in those lists. Do they just fill out a commitment form, send it to the tournament so they get on the list ?

You probably guess where this is going: Can I get on a commitment list ? ;) :eek: After all there are often byes in quali draws, so I might even get to play the event if no one else shows up. :angel:

Nah, you probably have to have a national ranking or something like that. :sad:
 

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you'll need a national rank, or a junior rank (either ITF or a regional one ( as long as you're over 14)

Go Dom ....... since when were you a girl :p ??
 

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TheBoiledEgg said:
you'll need a national rank, or a junior rank (either ITF or a regional one ( as long as you're over 14)

Go Dom ....... since when were you a girl :p ??
I'm not. :p Damn you are right, I'm fueling the confusion again. :mad: :banghead: ;)

No, I was thinking that it's probably the same system for men and women. ;) And unfortunately I'm still working on my national rank. :sad: ;)
 

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For Future events, you don't need any ranking I think. You just need to have a proper tennis licence and hope that a spot will be available in the qualies :) . You can sign in on site.

I remember reading something like this:) .
 

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Steveg said:
For Future events, you don't need any ranking I think. You just need to have a proper tennis licence and hope that a spot will be available in the qualies :) . You can sign in on site.

I remember reading something like this:) .
that's in US only......where challengers happen everyday:)
in Canada where there are only handful futures available,
nope, it's not that easy as just "go and sign in"
in Vancouver, the top player i believe have not
even played in a futures before....
and Vancouver is the 3rd largest city in Canada, so go figures
 

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It is also in Asia. Had an opportunity once, but did not grab it ;) . I have not checked for European tourneys.

But it remains that it is possible to "go and sign-in", if there's a spot available :) .
 
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