Seniors go high tech to enter 2014 ITF Seniors World Individual Championships in Palm Beach County April 27 - May 4, 2014
PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla., Feb. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The Seniors IPIN (International Player Identification Number) provides the first step in online entry for the 2014 ITF Seniors World Individual Championships, one of the largest international Amateur Tennis Events in the world, coming to Palm Beach County April 27 – May 4, 2014.
Players entering the 2014 ITF Seniors World Individual Championships in Palm Beach County must use the IPIN online tool at www.itftennis.com/ipin.
"As with all ITF Seniors Circuit events, all players must apply for a Seniors IPIN to play in the tournament. The registration process is extremely simple, with players following a set of online instructions," said BallenIsles Tennis Director and Tournament Chairperson, Trish Faulkner.
The Seniors IPIN also facilitates the weekly ITF Seniors World Rankings for singles, doubles and mixed doubles, while daily tournament results will be available on the ITF Seniors website www.ITFtennis.com/Seniors.
The ITF SENIORS IPIN ONLINE GUIDE provides step-by-step instruction in English for registering with a Seniors IPIN. Other language guides, including Spanish, are available by visiting the ITF IPIN Seniors Tournament website.
If you are having difficulty in registering for your IPIN please contact the ITF via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Eight outstanding tennis facilities in Palm Beach County have been selected as venues for the 15-day marquee event. BallenIsles Country Club as Host site in North County, Mirasol Country Club, PGA National Resort, Palm Beach Gardens Tennis Center, Polo Club of Boca Raton as Host site in South County, Boca West Country Club, Boca Grove Country Club and Woodfield Country Club.
The 2014 ITF Seniors World Championships are endorsed by the Palm Beach County Sports Commission, Palm Beach County Convention & Visitors Bureau, International Tennis Federation, United States Tennis Association and the Florida USTA. The Palm Beach County Sports Commission has projected that the economic impact of the event could exceed $2.5 million. For more information, visit www.ITFSeniorsWorldChampionships2014.com.
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SOURCE BallenIsles Country Club