The main qualifying criterion will be players' positions on the ATP and WTA ranking lists published on 14 June 2021 (after 2021 French Open). The players entering were formally submitted by the International Tennis Federation. The ATP and WTA rankings were based on performances from the previous 52 weeks, and there were several tournaments in the two-month period between the time of the rankings being frozen for entry and the beginning of the tennis events at the Olympics.
Monthly Olympic Qualification Ranking with eligible players and based on the 2020 ITTF World Ranking Regulation principles. Men’s Singles July 2021 Ranking (* last updated: 19th July 2021) Details June 2021 Ranking Details May 2021 Ranking (* last updated 5th May 2021) Details April 2021 Ranking Details March 2021 Ranking Details February 2021 January 2021 December 2020 […]
Any athlete qualifying on a Continental Qualification place needs to be ranked in the ATP or WTA Top 300, and must also take into account the National Olympic Committee’s (NOC) quota of four singles players per country. Gold medallist/Grand Slam champion
Rankings of 14 June 2021, subject to a maximum of four (4) athletes per NOC. Final Qualification Places (ITF places) Eight (8) Final Qualification Places (ITF places) will be allocated according to the below: 1. Continental Qualification – the following athletes will qualify for an ITF Place
While listing down sports with major global appeal, tennis, invariably, features in the top bracket. Tennis’ popularity in India, too, has grown by leaps and bounds in the past three decades with the likes of 1996 Olympic medallist Leander Paes, Mahesh Bhupathi and women’s ace Sania Mirza achieving world No. 1 ranking in doubles at some point during this period.
There will be 56 direct qualifications per gender in the singles competition based on the aforementioned rankings, in addition to 64 for the doubles competitions and 32 for mixed doubles. The period in which athletes can accumulate points has been extended until 7 June 2021.
How Do You Qualify To Compete In Tennis For The Olympics? Singles. Doubles. Number of Qualifiers for Olympic Tennis. In the Olympics, there are two different tournaments for both men and women:... Tennis Rankings. Olympic qualification is mainly based on a player's world ranking. There are two ...
Oceania (1 player) Oceania Qualification Tournament Olympic Rankings Brisbane, Queensland, Australia 19-20 April 2020 As at 1 May 2021: 54: Sally Yee: Fiji: World Singles Qualifying Tournament (5 players) Doha, Qatar 28-31 May 2020 14-17 March 2021: 55: Britt Eerland: Netherlands: 56: Linda Bergstrom: Sweden: 57: Polina Mikhailova: Russia: 58: Yang Xiaoxin: Monaco: 59
How do tennis players qualify for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics? The WTA and ATP ranking plays a major role in Olympic qualification for a player. Hence, all eyes had been on the day after the Roland Garros, as the official rankings were announced. The top 56 ranked players receive a direct qualification.