The “Find a Ranking” functionality allows you to find your tournament player record and/or ranking. Go to http://tennislink.usta.com/TOURNAMENTS/Common. You can enter a USTA Membership # or player name and click Search to find ranking information.
Then, where can I find my UTR ranking?
HOW IS UTR CALCULATED? UTR is calculated by an algorithm using a player’s last 30 eligible match scores from the last 12 months. For each eligible match, the algorithm calculates a match rating and a match weight; a player’s UTR is the weighted average of all the match ratings.
Additionally, what is a 3.0 tennis rating?
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.
How do you rate yourself in tennis?
Guidelines to rate yourself:
Find the level that best describes your general level of play. Ask your Instructor or Coach to validate your self-rating, if you think that will help. Remember that as you play more, and improve, your rating may improve. Update your rating periodically.
The National Tennis Rating Program (NTRP) is a classification system that helps promote fair and competitive play by determining overall skill level. From the true beginner (1.0) to the pro ranks (7.0), ratings are based solely on skills, regardless of the player’s age.
Across all divisions, 60% of college women tennis players have a UTR Rating between 2 and 7. For men across all divisions, 56% have a UTR Rating between 3 and 10.
To reach the dream of playing D1 men’s tennis, a player will likely need to be a 12+ on UTR. … The top players and top teams are still at 12/13 UTR, but lower lineup players on weaker teams may be 8/9 UTR levels. On the women’s side, 11+ UTR is necessary for top D1 players.
What’s the best way to improve my UTR Rating?
- Play Well – Performing well in matches is the easiest way to improve your UTR Rating. …
- Play Often – The more matches you play, the quicker your UTR Rating will reflect your current form.
To file a medical appeal, the player must submit a written request for reconsideration of his/her rating, the USTA League NTRP Medical Appeal Form and the Attending Physician’s Statement via email, fax or mail to his/her USTA Section League Coordinator who will forward to the Chair of the designated Medical Review …
Dynamic ratings are not disclosed to players, whereas year-end ratings are published annually at NTRP levels. Dynamic ratings are expressed to the one-hundredth of a point, whereas year-end ratings are expressed only to the one-half point.
To calculate your rating – Find the difference in the league points earned between you and your opponent for each vaild match. Sum the point difference and divide by the total number of vaild matches. This is the number you see in the rating column on your standings page.