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Level 7 USTA Junior Tournaments

<p><span class="articletitle">Level 7 USTA Junior Tournaments</span></p>
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More tennis, less time. There are now even more ways to host tennis competitions with Level 7 USTA junior tournaments. These one-day events feature a variety of non-elimination formats and shortened scoring, providing more play opportunities and flexible scheduling with less time commitment.

 

Check out the benefits of running a L7 junior tournament: 

 

  • Reduced time commitment – players, parents and coaches don’t have to commit an entire weekend to compete in a ranked tournament. Level 7 tournaments are only one day in duration. 

  • Low cost – the reduced time commitment means lower entry fees, no hotel costs and no school time missed for players or work missed for parents.

  • Facility friendly – a shorter tournament schedule can help maximize court usage during slow periods, which enables tournament directors to maximize profits. 

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Overview

 

  • Type: Low-level intermediate, open

  • Duration: Up to one day

  • Ball color: 12s – green or yellow*, 14s-18s – yellow

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

  • Age divisions: Boys/girls 12s-18s

  • Events offered: Singles, doubles, or both

 

Draw Format Options*

 

1.     Round robin 

2.     Round robin with a playoff 

3.     Compass draw

4.     Team format 

 

Scoring Format Options*

 

  1. Short set (first to 4 games)

  2. Single set (first to 6 games)

  3. Best 2 out of 3 short sets (7-point tiebreak in lieu of third set)

  4. Timed matches (20 minute minimum)

    • Recommended when court time and space is limited

    • Regular games will be played (ongoing set) with no-ad scoring

    • If in middle of a game when time is called, a deciding point is played 

  5. Best of 3 match tiebreaks (first to 10 points) 

  6. Match tiebreak (first to 10 points)

    • Doubles only

 

Draw Sizes*

 

Based upon number of players, demand, and number of courts at facility

 

*USTA sections have final approval on draw sizes/formats for sanctioned USTA Junior Tournaments held in their area. Please contact your local USTA Section or District Junior Player Development Manager to get started. 

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