What are USTA rankings?
USTA Rankings/Standings: The ranking system uses a Points Per Round Combined Ranking System (PPR). For Junior Rankings, ranking points earned in singles and doubles matches are combined (with greater weight placed on ranking points earned in singles) and players are ordered based on this total.
How do you find out your tennis ranking?
Tennis rankings work based on a points system that adds up players’ 18 best results in the previous 52 weeks. In order to earn ranking points, tennis players must participate in events hosted by the International Tennis Federation (ITF), the ATP, and the WTA.
What is the new USTA junior tennis ranking system?
On January 1, the USTA officially implemented a new system and ranking structure for Junior Tennis, based on the American Development Model, which provides a standardized and uniform system for competition across all 17 USTA Sections.
What is the USTA southwest junior national rankings?
USTA Southwest junior rankings are intended to provide an objective assessment of the players’ results over a specified period of time. USTA junior national rankings are based on a Points Per Round ranking system that awards ranking points based on the round a player reaches in a tournament.
Where can I find and register for USTA junior tournaments?
You can now find and register for events right here on usta.com. USTA Junior Tournaments are no longer based in TennisLink. The new structure utilizes seven levels of events, ranging from Level 7 (Intermediate) to Level 1 (National Championships) and a universal ranking system that distributes points consistently across the country.
What’s new for USTA junior tournaments in 2021?
A new, simplified USTA Junior Tournaments structure took effect in January 2021! After extensive research, including feedback from our players, we developed these standardized systems to provide greater consistency and more opportunities for our players, parents, coaches, tournament directors and officials.