USTA Junior Ranking Tournaments, the process by which certain national USTA Junior Ranking Tournaments are sanctioned, and junior rankings. USTA Constitution and Bylaws, FRIEND AT COURT - The USTA Handbook of Tennis Rules and Regulations, apply to all matches played in USTA Junior Ranking Tournaments (unless modified by these
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 ...
Schedule, which shall include the tournaments listed in Regulation II. The National Junior Tournament Schedule may also include ITF junior tournaments that are selected for inclusion based on criteria determined by the USTA Junior Competition Committee. ITF junior tournaments are governed by ITF tournament regulations and not by these Regulations.
Tournament format with consolation matches, all players are guaranteed at least 2 matches. The general format (also based on draw sizes and tournament director discretion) is abbreviated pro set formats with no-ad scoring.
ITF Junior World Ranking points are available at all tournaments. In order to get a ranking a player must reach a round where points are available and must have won a match in the main draw. The number of points available in each round will vary depending on the Grade of the tournament and the round reached.
USTA Membership is required to play in all USTA NorCal sanctioned junior tournaments. 3. Player Eligibility. A. Age Eligibility. The USTA has adopted a “month of birth” age eligibility rule for junior players competing in USTA sanctioned tournaments. Junior players may continue to play in the 8, 10, 12, 14, 16 and 18 age
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ITF Rules of Tennis. The ITF administers and regulates the game through over 200 affiliated National Associations, together with six Regional Associations. The ITF is responsible for the Rules of Tennis, including the technical specifications for courts and equipment, and the running and enforcing of a joint anti-doping programme.
There are exciting changes on the horizon for USTA Junior Tournaments coming in 2021. The simplified nationwide structure will create a standardized system and greater consistency for our players, parents, coaches, tournament directors and officials.