Join the Tennis Europe Junior Tour!


Here's how to get started...

1. Register for your IPIN

All players must have a valid IPIN (International Player Identification Number), issued by International Tennis Federation (ITF) to enter and play on the Tennis Europe Junior Tour. For more information on how to register for an IPIN, click here.

2. Create a Tennis Europe Account

In addition to the IPIN, you need to register for a Tennis Europe Account here: /member/createaccount.aspx. You need to create your user name and password. When all is filled in click 'submit'. You can now enter tournaments on the Tennis Europe Junior Tour. For more information on how to create an account, click here

3. And play!

Congratulations - you are ready to enjoy playing on the Tennis Europe Junior Tour! The calendar is available online here.


What is Tennis Europe?

Tennis Europe, comprised of 50 European member nations, is the largest regional association of the sport's governing body, the International Tennis Federation.

What is the Tennis Europe Junior Tour?

Created in 1990, the Tennis Europe Junior Tour is divided into three age categories; 16 & Under, 14 & Under and 12 & Under. In 2023, these three categories combined for a total of 490 tournaments, staged across almost all member nations of Tennis Europe. Almost 20,000 players are registered with the Tour and eligible to play.

What are the benefits of joining the Tour?
  • High-level playing opportunities
  • First taste of professionally-organised tennis events
  • Educational opportunities
  • International exposure
  • Cultural experience and social activities
  • Traveling around Europe
  • Practicing languages
  • Making friends
  • And much more!
Are there any team events?

Two team events also exist for the top players from each age category: the Tennis Europe Winter Cups by Dunlop and the Summer Cups. These events provide youngsters with an early opportunity to compete for their countries.

How old do I have to be to compete on the Tennis Europe Junior Tour?

Players are eligible to play from the ages of 10 until 16 years old.

How do I register for a tournament?

All entries must be made:

Can I watch the Tennis Europe Junior Tour live?

Live scoring and live streaming are provided at many of our tournaments through the Tennis Europe APP here.

You can also visit tournaments to see the action. Over a quarter of a million spectators visit our tournaments in person each year.

Where can I read the Rules and Regulations?

The Rules and Regulations booklet can be found here.

Are there any educational materials that might help me?

The Tennis Europe Junior School is designed to help prepare young athletes for life as professional tennis players, and is endorsed by the ITF, ATP and WTA. The School published informative videos regularly in a number of languages, and is available free-of-charge. You may also attend Junior School classes held throughout the year at selected Junior Tour tournaments. To find out more, click here.