Rankings - Hong Kong Tennis Association. Announcement of Adult Ranking and Junior Ranking. ×. As the HKTA 2020 tournament calendar has been severely disrupted by COVID 19 since the beginning of the year, the HKTA Tournament Committee has decided that tournament ranking points earned in 2019 will not “drop off” and will be extended for an additional 52 weeks up to a total of 104 weeks on a rolling basis, for the purpose of determining the best 6 results for the Hong Kong Junior Ranking.
Hong Kong Tennis Association as well as ITF and ATF junior tournaments. The number of points available in each round will vary depending on the grading of the tournament and the round reached. Only the best six (6) results on a 104-week rolling basis will be counted towards the Hong Kong Junior Ranking . The Hong Kong Junior Rankings will be calculated electronically by a software commencing 1st April 2020.
2020-10-20. At the Nissin Hong Kong National Junior Tennis Championships 2020, second-seed Rosalyn Chan, the 2018 under-10 champion, won the opening five games of the final, and then added the first 4 of the second set, before beating No. 1 seed Fung Tak Sum, 6-4, 6-1, to capture the under-12 girl’s singles crown.
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