Finnish Tour in English
TEHO Sport Finnish Tour is a men’s and women’s tennis circuit in Finland. In 2021, the Finnish Tour consists of eight singles tournaments for men and women. Others than the Finnish National Championships (to Finnish citizens only) are open to all International players.
|Jyväskylä||12.-14.3.2021||Men + Women||7 MARCH|
|TBD||TBD||Men + Women||TBD|
|Helsinki||21.-23.5.2021||Men + Women||16 MAY|
|Hanko||28.6.-4.7.2021||Finnish Nationals Only||13 JUNE|
|16.-18.7.20121||Men + Women||11 JULY|
|27.-29.8.2021||Men + Women||22 AUGUST|
|Kotka||8.-10.10.2021||Men + Women||3 OCTOBER|
|Helsinki||14.-19.12.2021||Finnish Nationals Only||5 DECEMBER|
PRIZE MONEY DISTRIBUTION (Excluding Finnish Championships)
The prize money is paid if there are min. 12 players in the draw.
|Prize Money Distribution
||12-16 players||17-24 players||25 players or more|
LOCAL TAX WILL BE DEDUCTED FROM ALL THE PRIZE MONEY ON SITE.
DRAWS (Excluding Finnish Championships)
|Event||Number of Players||Direct Acceptances||Max. International Direct Acceptances||Wild Cards|
The entry deadline for each tournament (exluding national championships) is on Sunday 23:59 GMT+2, 5 days before the tournament begins.
All the Finnish Tennis Membership holders must enter the tournament through www.tennisassa.fi
International participants may also enter by email to toimisto(at)tennis.fi. It is, however, mandatory for all players to have a valid Finnish Tennis Membership (see Entrance Fee for more information). Email must contain the following information:
Date of Birth:
Current ATP/WTA Ranking:
If not, National Ranking:
The entrance fee for singles is max. 55€ in singles and max. 27,50€/player in doubles.
The Finnish Tennis Membership fee is in 2019:
- for adults (born 2000 or after) 36€/year or 17€/event
- for juniors (born 2001 or later) 20€/year or 7€/event
Both fees must be paid before the start of the event either online or on-site.
ACCEPTANCE LISTS AND WILD CARDS
Once the entry deadline has passed, entries are sorted based on the National rankings (Finnish participants) and ATP/WTA rankings (International participants). The entered players are primarily ordered and selected based on their National ranking in Finland. Thereafter the Finnish Tennis Association and the Tournament Organizer reviews the international entries. The maximum number of International direct acceptances is 4 players in men’s singles and 2 players in women’s singles.
Entered players, either Finnish or International, may be named as singles main draw Wild Cards by the Tournament Organizer (4 in men’s singles and 2 in women’s singles) until the acceptance lists are published. Also, The Finnish Tennis Association holds the right to name 2 Wild Cards for men’s singles and 1 for women’s singles based on results at the Finnish Junior Tennis Tour U21.
Wild Cards that withdraw cannot be replaced with another Wild Card after the applicable draw has been made. A Wild Card who does not show for their match is substituted by an Alternate.
The acceptance lists and Wild Cards are published on Monday, the week the tournament begins. Draws are published on Wednesday of the tournament week. Players may withdraw before the draws are made.
All the singles matches are played in best of three tiebreak sets. Possible doubles matches are played with two tiebreak sets with noad, and a 10-point match tiebreak.