1. Every competitor over 18 is entitled to compete. Professional players cannot compete.
2. There are two events: singles and doubles.
3. Division into three age groups:
Men: under 45, from 45 to 55, over 55.
Women: under 40, over 40.
Doubles: Men, women, mixed: under 40, over 40.
In the age group under 45, those competitors who have not turned 45 on the day of beginning the tournament may compete. In the age group from 45 to 55, those competitors who have turned 45 but have not turned 55 on the day of beginning of the tournament may compete. In the age group of over 55, those competitors who have turned 55 on the day of beginning of the tournament may compete.
The same applies to women and doubles while divided into age groups.
4. Competition system: Introductory group/intermediate group/Cup. Each introductory or intermediate group has 4,5 or 6 competitors, depending on the number of registered competitors and the organiser’s decision.
5. The tournament will be played on clay courts.
6. The match lasts sixty minutes, excluding a five-minute warm-up.
7. There are no sets, only games. If there is a tie after fifty-five minutes of playing, a tie-break is played until seven points.
8. Each win scores two points and lost match zero points.
9. The group ranking is determined based on the total of points won (two for a win, zero for a defeat). In case of a tie of two or more players, the mutual match is decisive.
10. The matches are played without an umpire so that the players umpire themselves. After the match, the competitors announce the score to the competition manager.
11. The competitor must be on the court ten minutes before the beginning of a match. If he is late five minutes after the set time, he is defeated by 6:0.
12. All disputes will be settled by the Organising Committee.