AIG National Junior Ranking 2013 Information for Players

AIG National Junior Ranking 2013 Information for Players

AIG National Junior Ranking 2013

The 2013 AIG National Junior Ranking commenced with the October/November Junior Opens 2012 in Balinlough, Naas, Belfast and the Winter Match-play Series 2012 (They are all 2013 tournaments).

Step 1: Registration on AIG Tennis Database
All players must have a Tennis Ireland PIN to be able to enter any open tournament and to be eligible for ranking points. Players without a Tennis Ireland PIN (an 8 digit number) can register at using the ‘Request Membership’ link.

*A unique email address must be assigned to each AIG Tennis Database account. Once registered, you will receive an email within 48 hours with your Tennis Ireland PIN.

Step 2: Registration on Tournament Software
Register for a Tournament Software account at the below link: 

*A unique email address must be assigned to each Tournament Software account.

Step 3: Add your Tennis Ireland PIN to your Tournament Software Account
1.    Log into your Tournament Software account at
2.    Once logged in, click on your name on the top right of the page.
3.    Click on the ‘Profile’ tab followed by the ‘Sport Details’ tab.
4.    Add your
Tennis Ireland PIN in the ‘Member ID’ box.
5.    Click ‘Submit’ to save.

Step 4: Enter Tennis Ireland sanctioned tournaments to gain AIG national ranking points
1.    Visit the Tennis Ireland website for a list of junior ranking tournaments and points
       o    Calendar Link:
2    Ranking Categories will determine the quantity of points gained by the player
       o    Each tournament’s category grading is available at the above calendar link.
       o    Points awarded for each category are available at the Points link below
       o    Points Link:


Ranking Points
All junior players entering Tennis Ireland sanctioned junior open tournaments will be awarded ranking points depending on the round they reach and the Category of the Tournament. Players do not have to win a match to gain ranking points. Players will be ranked on THEIR BEST SIX tournaments.
•    Points Link:
Tournament Categories
All tournaments are categorised by Tennis Irelands National Competitions Committee. The Category allocated to each event guarantees that players entering the event will get that Category’s ranking points.
Tournament categories can be viewed on the Tennis Ireland Junior Calendar.
•    Calendar Link:

Matchplays and Points

National Matchplays will be Category 1 tournaments. Provincial and Regional Matchplays will be categorised according to the strength of the event, but can’t be higher than Category 2 for Provincial Matchplay or Category 3 for qualifying Matchplay.
Qualifying, Provincial and National Matchplay are considered as one item with points awarded only ONCE (highest points achieved within the series) at the end of each series.

International Tournaments and Ranking Points
Points received in International Tournaments are converted to Irish Ranking points using a given conversion rate that reflects the strength of the event. Points will be awarded to players that didn’t reach the second round in a main draw if they won one or more matches in the Qualifying round. Points given will reflect the Category of the International Tournament. The onus will be on the player to submit the tournament details at the below link giving the details of the event they played in and a link to the draw webpage by 12 noon on the Tuesday immediately following the final date of the tournament. SUBMIT INTERNATIONAL TOURNAMENT DETAILS HERE

I think I have two PINs. What can I do?
If a player has two or more PINs on the AIG Tennis Database, these can be merged to the primary PIN (i.e. the PIN they are using). All ranking points on the secondary (merged) PIN will be credited to the player’s primary PIN automatically once requested. To request this, please email with the subject ’merge PINs’ including the following details in the email: Player Name, Primary PIN, Secondary PIN and contact phone.