Enhancing & Stabilizing Professional Career Opportunities for Asian players


Asian Tennis Federation aims to provide round the year professional occupation to Asian Tennis players and to develop an even larger base of professional tennis players in Asia. The Asian Tennis Tour (ATT) is being developed with dual aim of increasing the base of professional tennis players in Asia and providing financial stability to the players. The tour is inclined to provide more professional tournaments to Asian players to display their skills and talents. The ATT will also prepare them for tougher ITF/ ATP circuits.


Providing a Closed Robust Competitive tournament structure for Asia
Enhancing & Stabilizing Professional Career Opportunities for Asian players
Providing Stepping Stone for Higher Professional Circuits
Broad-basing & Strengthening the Asian Player Pool
asing the Transition Process from Junior to ITF Professional Circuit & Tours
Creating a Definite Identity for Asian Players vide Asian Rankings
Comprehensive setup of the Tour will lead to establishing a sustainable Tennis Eco System in Asia
Your membership of the Asian Tennis Tour online service will be valid from the date of registration or renewal until 31st December of the same year. However, if you register or renew membership during the months of November or December, your membership will be valid for the remainder of the current year and the whole of the following year.


The Asian Tennis Tour is an independent, year round tennis circuit, set up to create a structured platform for progression of Asian players, based on the pillars of access & sustainability, to expand and strengthen the Asian player pool. • Creation of an independent Asian Tennis Tour (ATT) Ranking system
• Exclusively open to players from the 45 ATF member nations
• established with basic minimum organizational requirements - making it cost effective
• Aimed at creating avenues of progression and sustainability for tennis players around Asia
• Backed by and staged under the aegis of the Asian Tennis Federation