Asian ranking will be combination of ATP points , ATT points and points for playing Davis Cup .
Asian ranking will be determined based on best of 26 tournaments in addition to points
awarded for Davis Cup matches.
The best 26 tournaments will be calculated by giving first preference to ATP/ ITF tournaments
and there after the ATT tournaments.
So if a player has got points from 18 ATP/ITF tournaments in his ATP rankings, he will be awarded
points from maximum 8 ATT tournaments.
Similarly for a player who has less than 18 ATP/ITF tournaments in his ATP ranking, points
from more than 8 ATT tournaments will be considered so as to keep the total tournaments under
overall limit of 26 tournaments.
The points earned from pariciaption in Davis Cup will be in addtion to the above overall limit of
26 tournaments. The points for Davis Cup participation will be awarded according to the following
Each singles match won at Davis Cup tie of Group III and Group IV will be awarded 2 Asian Ranking points.
Each singles match won at Davis Cup Group II tie will be awarded 5 Asian Ranking points.
Each singles match won at Davis Cup Group I tie will be awarded 9 Asian Ranking points.
Each singles match won at Davis Cup World Group/ World Group play off ties will be awarded 15
Asian Ranking points
ATP points will be counted based on latest ATP rankings , which are released every Monday except the middle week of a Grand Slam.
ATT ranking points from ATT tournaments or Davis Cups will be added 1 week after the tournaments finish
and will remain in rankings for 52 weeks.
Asian Rankings will be released on Tuesday of every week.
Players defaulted under code of conduct during a tournament, except for punctuality
and dress code violations, will not be awarded any ATT ranking points and the tournament
shall be counted for maximum limit of 26 tournaments.
Player retiring from a match will be entitled for ranking points.
Player giving walkover will receive points only for winning the previous round.