USTA Southwest Points Per Round Ranking System
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. Ranking points are also awarded for wins over top players.
Here you will find valuable information on our USTA Southwest Section points per round ranking system. Included below you will also find valuable information and links to the USTA National points per round ranking system.
Standing lists, ranking lists and endorsement lists
Click here to go to the USTA Southwest Section standing, ranking and endorsement lists.
Click here to view an explanation of these types of lists.
USTA Southwest Section Point Charts
To view the current year's point charts, click HERE.
Have You Checked Your Player Record Lately?
It is the responsibility of all junior players seeking a junior ranking to regularly review and update their player records. All tournaments played that count for a USTA Southwest Section junior ranking will appear in your player record. If you find that there is an error or omission in your USTA Southwest Section player record, please e-mail the correction to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you find that there is an error or omission in your USTA National player record, please e-mail the correction to the USTA National Junior Competition Department at email@example.com
Information on the USTA National Points Per Round Ranking System
Click here to go to the National Standings Lists, Bonus Point Lists and Ranking Lists.
Click here to see a complete listing of 2013 National Tournaments.
Click here to read a full description of the USTA National Points Per Round Ranking System, walkovers, defaults, retirements and other National rankings-related information.