How do I find USTA rankings?

How do I find USTA rankings?

USTA adult tournament rankings are available at a variety of levels, from state and district to national rankings. For more information about your state, district or section rankings, please visit your section website. Click here for the National Points Per Round Tables. Click here to find your ranking.

What is my NTRP rating?

An NTRP Rating is a numerical indicator of tennis-playing ability, from 1.5 (beginner) through 7.0 (touring pro), which aligns with a set of general characteristics that break down the skills and abilities of each level, in 0.5 increments.

How many junior tennis players are there in the US?

Youth tennis participation increased to 4.64 million overall in 2018, a rise of 1.6 percent from 2017. More importantly, youth “core players” (who play 10 or more times year) increased 6.7 percent to 2.83 million.

What are the USTA junior tournaments?

There are Junior Tournaments for all players whether you are entry-level, intermediate, or advanced. Florida Section Tournaments are categorized by Levels. These Levels range from 1 – 7. To see the new 2021 USTA Jr. Tour tournament levels with explanations of each, please click here:

Does USTA Florida have a 10 and under Division?

USTA Florida does not rank players in the 10 and under division. Residency will now be based on what section is indicated on a player’s membership. We no longer need to have any paperwork submitted. Click below to view all 2021 USTA junior national tournament, ranking, and sanctioning regulations.

How many points do you need to win a USTA junior tournament?

2021 USTA JUNIOR TOURNAMENTS RANKING SYSTEM 2 2021 Point Tables Point tables updated as of 1/25/21. Points Per Win at Level 6 and 7 ONLY; Round Robin Table for L3 – L5 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6 Level 7 Points for Winning Level (used to determine fixed points for winning round) 900 540 300 120 32

What is the ranking system for tennis players in Florida?

Players are awarded ranking points in the 12s through 18s divisions. USTA Florida does not rank players in the 10 and under division. Residency will now be based on what section is indicated on a player’s membership. We no longer need to have any paperwork submitted.

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