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The USTA’s National Wheelchair Tennis Committee and national staff annually review the national rankings of all Wheelchair Tennis players to ensure fair play at every level.

2016 Final Rankings are available!
Wheelchair rankings are based on the total ranking points received during the ranking period from the three National Ranking Tournaments in which a player received the most ranking points.  
Click here to review the 2016 final rankings for U.S. players. 
Find out which Wheelchair Tennis players are faring well this year and track the progression of all Americans as the season rolls on.
Click here for the 2017 12-month rolling standings listings.
It is the goal of the USTA to provide a ranking system that is easy to understand, encourages play and reflects participation.

As was done in 2015, there will be no minimum number of tournaments that players must compete in to achieve a ranking in 2016. Instead, a player’s ranking will be determined based on their performances in as few as one and in a maximum of three tournaments for the given ranking year.

Click here for further information about national rankings.

Category II National: These tournaments offer the lowest level of ranking points of all the "national" tournaments. They are sanctioned at the sectional level and approved at the national level.
Super Category II National: Achieving a "super" status in the Category II National happens by having a draw size of nine or higher in the previous year as a Category II.
Click here to view which status a tournament designates its play in 2016.

In 1998 the United States Tennis Association assumed responsibility for wheelchair tennis in America from the National Foundation for Wheelchair Tennis. Since then the USTA has become the first National Governing Body of both Olympic and Paralympic tennis governing Paralympics, ParaPan American Games and World Team Cup events.
The USTA remains dedicated to providing top-flight programming and developmental opportunities to wheelchair athletes of all ages and backgrounds willing to learn the sport and have fun.
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