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The winners in the boys and girls sections will get 120 ITF points, while the runner-up will get 80 points. The semifinalsts, quarterfinalists, pre-quarterfinalists and first round losers will get 60, 40, 25 and 10 points respectively.
The winner and runner-up teams will get 80 and 60 ITF points in doubles, while it will be 40, 25 and 10 for the semifinalists, quarterfinalists and first round losers respectively.
Karan Rastogi, Somdev Dev Varman, Tushar Liberhan, Divij Sharan, Saurabh Kohli, Nihal Advani, Amanjot Singh and M. V. Abhay Prakash are the Indians to make the main draw on the basis of their international ranking.
Isha Lakhani, Sania Mirza, Sanaa Bhambri, Tara Iyer, Kartiki Bhat, Krushmi Chheda, Nidhi Shah, Vandana Murali, Sandri Gangotri and Sandra Sashidharan are the Indians figuring in the main draw in the girls section.
The wild cards for the main draw have been given to Navdeep Singh, Rupesh Roy, Kartik Raju and Siddharth Gulati in the boys section; and to Ankita Bhambri, Parul Goswami, Madura Ranganathan and Sandhya Nagaraj in the girls section. The qualifying event will be played on December 7 and 8.
In a fine gesture, the DLTA has waived the entry fee of $ 40 for the Indian players, playing the qualifying event.
Delhi will be hosting the event for the second successive year. Sunil Kumar had won the title last year.
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