|100||24 May 2017||26 May 2017|
|500||28 May 2017||7 June 2017|
|1000||31 May 2017||4 July 2017|
|2000||5 July 2017||3 August 2017|
|3000||7 August 2017||1 September 2017|
|4000||4 September 2017||24 September 2017|
|5000||29 September 2017||4 February 2018|
|6000||8 February 2018|
Originally founded in July 2009, with a redesign and project refocus in 2014, after closure in February 2017, it reopened in May 2017, Plat Project is a website dedicated to chronicling the tennis world by calendar month. The project has a few notability standards for inclusion for tennis players.
The goal of the original project was to have 10,000 articles on the wiki before closure, having accumulated 9,589 while in operation, the focus was also on the open era. The current focus is on the open era with the goal of having 7,000 articles and chronicling backwards to January 2008, a former focus of 2,000 articles was set after the reopening which was accomplished on 3 August 2017.
Notability for inclusion
- Entering in the main draw (Sgl/Dbl/Mix) of the senior grand slam tournaments. (Open era onwards)
- Entering in the main draw (Sgl/Dbl) of a masters tournament.
- Entering in the main draw (Sgl/Dbl/Mix) of the summer olympics.
- Making the final of a main tour tournament.
- Winning a top tier challenger tournament ATP/WTA/ITF Women's $100,000, $75,000, $50,000. (Also underlines the notability for inclusion in the challenger tournament lists)
- $75,000, $50,000, -2006
- $100,000, $75,000, $50,000, 2007-2016
- $100,000, $80,000, $60,000, 2017 - Present
- Satellite tournament wins aren't recognised as a title on the ITF website, so are not included.
- Except in certain instances, players are named as listed on the ATP, WTA or ITF websites.
- Junior players are notable for inclusion if they have won a Grade A tournament or have made the final of a major tournament.
- Only major junior tournaments are eligible for inclusion.
- All main tour tournaments, challenger tennis tournaments are eligible for creation.
- Full draws of the Major and Master tournaments are eligible for inclusion, all other tournaments are to be listed from the Quarterfinal stage.
- Tournaments are named based on the first week they take place, an example is "2017-01-02 Auckland" which takes places on the first and second of week in 2017.
- Masters tournaments are separated from their counterpart, an example is "2017 Dubai (masters)" the women's masters tournament being separate from the men's draw "2017-02-27 Dubai".
- Challenger tournaments are named on the week they take place and the tour they are apart of, with (c) and (itf) to distinguish between the tournaments.
- Year-end tournament rankings for player profiles are obtained from the ITF website.
- Weekly rankings are obtained from the ATP and WTA websites.
- Cut off for inactive players added to retired players category is, February 2016.
- Players are named based on how they are listed on the ATP/WTA/ITF pages, with exceptions in some cases.
- Tournaments are named based on the calendar year they took place in, or the week they took place in.
- 0b-40 kb - Ok
- 40kb - Think of splitting.
- 60kb - Requires splitting.
- 1 February 2018 (13 June 2011 – 22 January 2018): 4,878 (Wanted Pages: 849)
- 19 January 2018 (24 October 2011 – 8 January 2018): 4,556 (Wanted Pages: 891)
- 1 October 2017 (2 April 2012 – 18 September 2017): 4,236 (Wanted Pages: 860)
- 1 September 2017 (21 April 2014 – 21 August 2017): 2,983 (Wanted Pages: 945)
- 1 August 2017 (2 November 2015 – 24 July 2017): 1,954 (Wanted Pages: 916)
- 1 July 2017 (31 October 2016 – 19 June 2017): 951 (Wanted Pages: 919)
- 1 June 2017 (8 May 2017 – 22 May 2017): 240 (Wanted Pages: 873)