The following competitions will be held both for boys and girls.
Girls Doubles and Boys Doubles
Each player can take part in a maximum of 2 competitions .
Each Country may register:
- 4 girls
- 4 boys
- several boys doubles
- several girls doubles
For all the competitions ( girls and boys ) each delegation is to submit the list of players or teams in descending seeded order and put down on the nominative inscription form.
Depending on the number of competitors, the following playing schedule is applied :
2 to 5 players or doubles: one group
6 to 8 players or doubles: two groups, crossed semi-finals - final and a match to determine the 3rd and 4th places.
9 to 11 players or doubles: three groups and semi-finals for the first of each group and the second best etc….
12 to 16 layers or doubles: four groups, then quarter finals for the first and second of each group etc….
17 to 19 players or doubles: five groups, then quarter finals for the first in each group and three best seconds etc…..
20 to 21 players or doubles: six groups, then quarter finals for the first of each group and the two best seconds etc….
22 to 23 players or doubles: seven groups, then quarter finals for the first of each group and the best second etc….
24 to 32 players or doubles: eight groups, then quarter finals for the winners of each group etc…..
More than 32 players or doubles: eight groups, then 1/8 finals for the first and second in each group etc…..
All matches ( singles and doubles ) are played on a best of three sets basis. Tie break in all sets at 6/6.
If the technical conditions of the organising country are not sufficient it may be decided to play a PRO-SET with a tie-break at 8/8.
The ranking in all groups is based on the number of victories obtained. In case two players or doubles end in a draw the result between these two will be conclusive.
In case more than two players or doubles end in a draw only the matches played against each other will be taken into account, in accordance with the procedure described below
• the general difference in sets
• the general average in sets
• the general difference in games
• the general average in games
The best second, or several best seconds, mentioned in article 5, pertaining to different groups will qualify in accordance with the procedure described in article 7A.
The inscriptions are beforehand based on the possibilities ( number of courts available) of the organising country
Tennis balls must conform to the F.I.L.T. regulations and are supplied by the organising country.
Except for the above regulations, the F.I.L.T regulations are to be applied.