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RESOURCES FOR

MID-ATLANTIC TOURNAMENT DIRECTORS 

October 1, 2017
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Tournaments

Pay Player Fees

 

Junior Tournament Resources

USTA Mid-Atlantic has created these tips and resources to help you get familiar with the different levels of play and the player pathway as it relates to establishing effective tournaments. Find information on regulations, level, recommended entry fees, duration, match format and draw formats. Please review this information to best prepare for your tournament.

 

 

Net Generation

All youth tournament directors in the Mid-Atlantic Section are required to be fully Safe Play approved on netgeneration.com. By joining the Net Generation as a provider, you'll help the USTA create fun and safe opportunities for kids to learn and play tennis. You'll also gain access to educational tools and resources to help you take your coaching and organization to the next level. For specific questions, please contact Bonnie Vona.

 

Adult Tournament Resources

Get Started Hosting Tournaments

Now that you reviewed all the resources, take the following steps for success hosting tournaments for juniors or adults.

 

Post Tournament Resources

Your event is complete; there’s just a few last steps to finish things up!  

  • Email a tournament evaluation to all participants
  • Remit tournament player fees to USTA Mid-Atlantic
  • Copy the sanction application to next year and submit for approval

 

General Tournament Resources  

USTA Officials training resources

Tennis rules and regulations and the USTA Friend at Court

 

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