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Progress Tour series set to hit the Emerald Isle this summer…


The Progress Tour Compete & Earn Series is well into its second year and the first half of this season has seen events taking place across the country from Brighton, to Norwich, to Milton Keynes, and Redhill. With strong draws in each event so far, we've seen players from far and wide attend C&E events to obtain valuable level-based match experience and earn their share of the significant prize pot. It is Robert Beznea, however, who has proven to be the player to beat so far; winning no less than four out of five events!


After a Summer break, the series will return at the end of August with our very first Progress Tour event on Irish shores! We've seen numerous Irish players and teams travel across the Irish Sea to compete in Progress Tour events in England, Scotland and Wales over the past 18 months - so we are excited to be able to bring Progress Tour competition to them, with Irelands first event taking place at Glasnevin Lawn Tennis Club in Dublin. The event will take place on 26 & 27 August, offering players a weekend full of level-based and progressive matchplay, as well as a healthy prize pot and circuit points up for grabs. Registration is now open, so secure your spot below before it's too late. Shortly after our event in Dublin, we return to Taunton, Norwich and Brighton to complete our second Compete & Earn series. Keep your eyes peeled for these events in the coming weeks...


Why Should You Play A Compete & Earn Event?

The answer is simple... In only one weekend, you can play 4-6 level-based matches against players who all have a UTR of 7.00 and above. The draws are capped at 24 players with the top four finishers at each event, no matter the number of entries, being awarded prize money. The events are mixed gender, giving players the opportunity to experience vastly different playing styles, while still being grouped with players of a similar level. Lower-rated players can earn their way into the main draw to test their wits against higher-rated players and earn circuit points to improve their standings on the 2023 leaderboard. All results count towards your UTR and *WTN rating.


*We can only submit results towards your WTN rating if you have an LTA BTM number


See you soon Ireland!


The Progress Tour Team



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