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. VIEW THE 2021 RANKINGS AND STANDINGS
Junior Tournament Levels. Florida Section Tournaments are categorized by Levels. These Levels range from 1 – 9. Level 9 Tournaments are entry-level Junior Tournaments, and Level 1 Tournaments are the highest level of Junior Tournaments in the U.S.
tournaments are held around the United States. •These tournaments count for a USTA Florida Ranking and a USTA National Ranking. LEVEL 1 •Level 1 tournaments are the highest level of junior competitive tennis in the US. These tournaments are for players who have earned a high enough ranking in order to gain entry.
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Watch a video on the new junior tournament structure. L7 Tournaments - Open Intermediate Sectional Events. 1-day event; 2-match minimum, 4-match maximum. These events are open to anyone. If there is a limited draw, a bottom-up selection process will be used for this level, which means players with no ranking will be selected first.
Junior Tennis Junior Tennis 26 Notes on Junior Tennis Pathway: • The Red Foam ball may be used for indoor gymnasium settings. • The Green Felt ball may be used for local play to ease the transition into competition on the full court with the yellow ball. • A few players may progress through the above junior tennis pathway faster than ...
Designated Level 6. Size and Draw Format: Tournaments are limited to a maximum of 192 players in 12’s-18’s and to a maximum of 96 players in 10’s. The 12’s-18’s will have a maximum of 48 players per age group and 24 players per gender. The 10’s will have a maximum of 48 players per ball color and 24 players per gender.
A Junior National Tennis Rating Program (NTRP) rating is a measuring tool that indicates a standard of play that allows players to track their progress as they develop their games. ADVERTISEMENT An accurate rating should give a player access to level-based competition.