Tennis Ireland Junior Tour


In order to enter a Tennis Ireland Junior Open Tournament all players must make sure that they have a TI PIN (Tennis Ireland Player Identification Number). This is a unique identifier that allows players to:

  • Create and edit their own profile
  • Be identified on the Tennis Ireland Junior Ranking System
  • Check upcoming Tournaments and Results
  • Chase points on the National Junior Ranking System
  • Easy transition from Junior to Senior Tournaments

If you already have a Tennis Ireland PIN then you can ignore all of the information below and enter any tournament you wish using the normal process that you have been using through

However if you do not have a Tennis Ireland PIN number it is necessary for you to get one and it is very easy. CLICK HERE to register and a number will be assigned to you within minutes of registering.

We would encourage you to login to your account and become familiar with the software so you can manage your account in the future.

If you have any questions please contact: Rosa Stephens Tel: 086 0468773 or



Tennis Ireland Junior Competition is broken down into a number of Categories:

  • Championship – Top ranked Junior Tournaments
  • National – Include all National Match Plays, Part of the National Match Play Series
  • Category 1 – National Level Player Open Tournaments Country Wide
  • Category 2 – Provincial/Regional Level Player Open Tournaments Country Wide
  • Category 3 – Regional/Club Level Player Open Tournaments Country Wide
  • Category 4 – Regional Level Match Play, Part of the National Match Play Series

All of the above Categories have a number of tournaments associated with them and there are also points awarded for matches won in the different categories. If you gain any points in any of the junior tours your points will automatically be updated on the Tennis Ireland Junior Ranking System based on the Tennis Ireland Junior Ranking Points Table.

All of the rankings can be viewed: CLICK HERE



The TENNIS IRELAND JUNIOR TOUR is divided into different levels:

  • INTERNATIONAL TOURNAMENTS: for very experienced players wishing to compete against foreign players of very high standard. They are the first step for players looking into participate in ITF or Tennis Europe tournaments abroad.
  • NATIONAL JUNIOR TOUR (Championship, National and Category 1) for those who aspire to be top National or Provincial players.
  • PROVINCIAL JUNIOR TOUR (Category 2) for players competing at the top of their Province or Region.
  • REGIONAL JUNIOR TOUR (Category 3 and 4) for experienced club juniors aiming to be top Regional players.
  • PHOENIX TOUR (Phoenix 1 & 2) for less experienced players starting to compete outside their own club.
  • TENNIS 10’s COMPETITION for Under 10 players. It includes three different levels:
    • GREEN (Under 10)
    • ORANGE (Under 9)
    • RED (Under 8)