What is a Level 4 USTA tournament?

These tournaments count for a USTA Florida Ranking and a USTA National Ranking. LEVEL 4. • “Sectionals” – very similar to the “Designateds” – 32 players are selected and tournaments are held one time per month. More ranking points are offered which sometimes attracts the higher ranked player.

What are the levels in USTA junior tennis?

There are four age divisions: 12, 14, 16 & 18 and under. You may play in your age division up until the last day of the month before you “age out”. For example, if you are 12 years old & are going to turn 13 in May, you may play in the 12-and-under division until the last day in April.

What is an L4 tennis tournament?

L4 Tournaments Up to 4-day events; Open and Closed events, with Closed events limited to Eastern Section players. Selection process for this level is based on ranking.

What does USTA Level 5 mean?

LEVEL 5 TOURNAMENTS (OPEN) This type of tournament is for players who have experience in regular junior tournament competition but lacking National junior tournament experience.

What do levels mean in USTA tournaments?

The various numbers reflect the level of events. Level 7 is a local level tournament and a Level 1 is a national championship tournament. Montana has levels 5 – 7 for our adult tournaments. It has nothing to do with needing to be a certain level of player in order to play in the tournament.

What is a Level 3 tennis player?

3.0 Tennis Rating A tennis rating of a 3.0 can hit medium paced shots but lacks confidence and execution with power and control of the shots.

What are USTA levels?

The National Tennis Rating Program (NTRP) is a classification system developed in 1978 that identifies and describes the general characteristics of thirteen levels of tennis-playing ability from beginner to pro-level. Recreational leagues offer NTRP player levels of: 2.5, 3.0, 3.5, 4.0, 4.5, 5.0 & 5.5.

What is a level 7 tennis player?

Level 7 (Novice or Entry Level) tournaments—these are one-day events in a “round-robin” or other format, intended for beginning tournament players. Level 6 (Satellite or Local Level) tournaments—these are multi-day events for players who have a little bit of tournament experience.

How do I Find my USTA junior rating level?

You must be logged into your USTA account in order to search for a junior rating level. If you have not participated in any of these events in the last 18 months, of if you are new to USTA-sanctioned competition, you will need to complete the self-rate process. Players should rate themselves based on their overall tennis ability.

Who can play in USTA junior tournaments?

All other USTA junior tournaments are limited to amateurs. Permanent resident aliens of the United States, Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands, Province of British Columbia, Guam, American Samoa, or the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands. Diplomats.

How many level 1 championships are there in the USTA?

Here is the link . Annually, the USTA National Junior Tournament Schedule has four (4) Level 1 Championships that use Section Quota as a factor within the player acceptance process. The details of the player acceptance process for each Level 1 Championship can be found here.

Do the citizenship and residency requirements apply to USTA tournaments?

The citizenship and residency requirements do not apply to USTA International Tournaments and ITF Tournaments.