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League Tennis - Ratings

 

(NEW) - 2016 USTA SOUTHWEST YEAR-END RATINGS RELEASED Click HERE

Year-End Full List By Gender
(List contains only players whose ratings CHANGED)

 

USTA National Homepage on USTA League Ratings Click HERE

 

    These ratings include league results, including sectional and national results. Mixed doubles is included only if that was all you played. It also includes sanctioned NTRP tournaments if that is all a player played.

 

 

YEAR-END NTRP RATINGS

For the 2016 Year-end Dynamic NTRP Ratings search page, Click HERE

What do these ratings include? These ratings include league results, including sectional and national results. Mixed doubles is included only if that was all you played. 

What level can I play in sanctioned tournaments and leagues? If you have a 4.0 year-end rating, you must play 4.0 level or higher.

Can I appeal my rating up or down? Yes, if you are within the allowable range and appeal your rating, you will be moved up (or down). However, no phone calls

How do I appeal my rating? The appeals process is now automated. If you wish to try and appeal your rating you will go back under find a rating in TennisLink. You must put your USTA number in instead of your name and you will see an option to appeal.

You will get an instant response back. If your appeal is approved your rating will be instantly changed and if your appeal is denied that means you are not within the allowable range to be moved back down.

(Please note, if your appeal is granted, it can not be changed back, so please do not appeal unless you are certain that you want to do so.)

For complete instructions on APPEALING YOUR RATING - CLICK HERE 

The only appeals that are to be mailed into the section office are medical appeals. A medical appeal will only be looked at if it is a permanent medical issue. Medical appeals must include documentation from your doctor. click here for the form.

 

OTHER USTA LEAGUE LINKS
USTA National League Regulations
 

 


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