Entry lists organization is based on:

- Fantasy player's ranking on the current week (increasing order)

- date when the fantatennis player made his choice

To be admitted to the tournament your Entry list ranking must be lower than - or same as - the maximum amount of players in the singles draws.

Once subscription period has expired, it is possible that the tournament chosen by the fantatennis player can change.

It could happen in these cases:

- Tournament could not reach the minimum fee (half board + 1)

- Fantasy player is not (included) on the Entry list

- Fantasy player can play doubles on another tournament

Tournaments will be organized in order to let every fantatennis player play single or –if possible- double that week. It's not possible to change the placement of a fantasy player registered in an ATP tournament to a challenger or a futures.

- Seeding arrangement: See ATP Rule Book (Chapter 7.16, Page 30-31)

- Other Players: other players are randomly placed on the draws.

- Bye: is provided to seeded players in the case the difference between maximum amount and actual amount of players is larger than (or same as) that player’s seeding number.

If the amount of tennis players members is less than ¾ of the board, other fantasy players can randomly get a bye too.

Unlike ranking scores (which will be given at the end of the tournament), round scores are the same for every kind of tournament – from Grand Slam to Future.

In every round, winners and losers tennis players get scores this way:

- Winners add to their scores the difference between (the number of) tennis player’s won games; example:

Federer wins his semifinal match (420). The score is 62 36 76 (6-2 = 4, 3-6 = -3, 7-6 = 1, 4 + -3 + 1 = 2). Total score will be 422.

If the difference is negative, there are no additional scores.

- Losers get only losing game scores; these scores are worth about 1/5 of winner’s scores.

Set scores are achieved from 4 ranges sum, or every ranges sum (If it's the final set, third or fifth set).

- Range 1 + Range 3 + Range 5 + Range 7

- Range 2 + Range 4 + Range 6 + Range 8

- Range 1 + Range 4 + Range 5 + Range 8

- Sum of the 8 ranges

- Range 2 + Range 4 + Range 6 + Range 8

- Range 2 + Range 3 + Range 6 + Range 7

- Sum of the 8 ranges

Set scores will be calculated with proportions of the totals, that will render similar to the score of a tennis match.

- Total Bonus: Total bonus is the sum of the scores achieved in a set in the previous matches.

It's the first circumstance used in case of scores tie. The fantasy player with the best total bonus wins the set.

- Time Bonus: Time bonus is the circumstance in case of total bonus tie (Then the first circumstance used in the first round).

Fantasy Player that choosed the players first wins the set.

A fantasy player with 0 points in the set, will lose the set with this scores:

- 6-3: If the opponent makes points with 1 tennis player

- 6-2: If the opponent makes points with 2 tennis players

- 6-1: If the opponent makes points with 3 tennis players

- 6-0: If the opponent makes points with 4 tennis players

- Bye: Tennis player with a bye, takes only the points of the round (See 4.3).

- Walkover: The score will be a double (triple in the GS) 6-4 for the tennis player that wins the match.

- Undisputed Set: Like Walkover Case the score will be a 6-4.

- Unfinished Set: There are 3 score cases:

- 7-6: If the retire happens on 6-6.

- 6-4: If the retire happens when games difference betweens players is less than two.

- Actual score: If the retire happens when games difference betweens players is more than one.

- Unfinished tournament: In this case, tennis players still in the tournament will be considered losers in the Round following the last played.

- 1 Wild Card to the winner

- 1 Wild Card to the finalist

Will Cards can be used for entering the tournaments of the main circuit and expire after 4 weeks. It's possible to accumulate more than one WC. The resume of the WC situation with the deadline date will be find at this page.

The last WC will be assigned two weeks before the Paris-Bercy tournament week, then no WC will be assigned.

It will be assigned the PR (Protected Ranking) option in a determined week to a fantasy player who, from 2008 has won a tournament of that determined week on Hypertennis. No PR will be assigned for Challenger or Futures.

In this case the matches of the first round of the challenger, will have already the total bonus achieved from the previous rounds.