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USTA JUNIOR TOURNAMENTS



Offering a wide range of formats and shorter duration in the first few ranking levels, USTA Junior Tournaments allow players to compete in a way that makes them feel comfortable, suits their level of play and helps them experience success. These tournaments are offered in a variety of formats including individual, team, non-elimination and elimination. 

 

*Each section and district association have different rules for sanctioning and approving events. Please reach out to your local section or district with any questions.

KEY FEATURES

Intermediate to Advanced

12s – green or yellow*, 14s-18s – yellow

 

*The USTA section will determine if a green or yellow ball will be used for play. 

Boys, girls, or co-ed, 12s-18s

Singles, doubles, or both

READY TO GET STARTED?

For more information or to host a sanctioned USTA Junior Tournament please contact the applicable sectional association for more details.

DUAL ROLE OPPORTUNITY

The Tournament Director/Referee Dual Role initiative supports USTA tournaments by providing you, as the Tournament Director (TD), the opportunity to serve as both the TD and Referee at Level 7 Adult, Level 7 Junior, and/or Level 5 Wheelchair events after completing a required online course.

KEY BENEFITS OF THE INITIATIVE

Financial Benefit: Allows Tournament Directors to run Level 7 Adult, Level 7 Junior, and/or Level 5 Wheelchair events more cost-effectively and in turn will potentially increase the number of events offered.

 

Education: Tournament Directors will receive training in areas such as basic rules, scheduling, and conflict resolution to provide the best possible consumer experience.

 

Exposes Tournament Directors to an Officiating Role: Creates a new pathway into officiating for those who enjoy this experience to go through the formal certification process, increasing the number of Officials available to service events.

HOW TO REGISTER

Access the required Tournament Director/Referee Dual Role course on the USTA Officiating Online Learning Center. This course includes an overview of the role, scheduling, rules, and procedures, as well as additional topics to assist you in running your event smoothly. Click here for step-by-step registration instructions.

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