USTA INTERMOUNTAIN

JUNIOR TOURNAMENTS

May 15, 2017
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USTA Intermountain Section offers a variety of opportunities for junior players of all skill levels. Beginning and intermediate junior players will participate in Junior Recreation programs offered throughout the section. As a junior progresses, he or she will play in more competitive tournaments and may choose to pursue a sectional ranking. In March of 2012, the United States Tennis Association announced a series of reforms to the National Junior Tournament Schedule designed to make the system more efficient, effective and affordable for current players and those who will enter the pipeline through the association’s 10 and Under Tennis initiative. As of January 2014, all Intermountain and National tournament schedules and structures changed. All Level 3 Sectional Championships (June and November) are also Level 3 National tournaments. All Level 4 Sectional Masters Series (January, April, August and September) are also Level 4 National tournaments. For more information, contact Tiffany Milner in the Intermountain office at tmilner@ita.usta.com.


USTA ENTRY-LEVEL TOURNAMENT GUIDE

PLAYER DEVELOPMENT TEAM USA GUIDE

2017 INTERMOUNTAIN TOURNAMENT STRUCTURE

2017 NATIONAL JUNIOR COMPETITIVE STRUCTURE

 

2017 NATIONAL JUNIOR TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE

2017 JUNIOR PLAYER HANDBOOK

2017 INTERMOUNTAIN POINTS TABLES

2017 INTERMOUNTAIN LEVEL 3 & LEVEL 4 TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE

USTA NATIONAL STANDINGS LIST ANNOUNCEMENT: COUNTING POINTS UP BEGINNING JANUARY 2017

 

LEVELS OF PLAY:

DISTRICT - 10 and Under Tennis, Quickstart, Junior Team Tennis, District-sanctioned Tournaments, Competitive Training Centers

SECTION - USTA Intermountain Circuit Tournaments, USTA Intermountain Sectional Championships, Regional Training Centers

NATIONAL - USTA Regional Tournaments, USTA National Open Championships, USTA National Championships, Zone Team Championships, Intersectional Championships, Boys and Girls 18s National Team Championships, USTA Training Centers

 

For more detailed information on Sectional policies and procedures, refer to the Intermountain Junior Player Handbook.

 

For more information on local or District events, contact your District representative:

Colorado - Jason Colter, (303) 695-4116, Ext. 205
Idaho - Justin Hubbard, (208) 322-5150, Ext. 207
Montana - Lauren Olson, 406-579-2716
Nevada - Rob Merriman, (702) 792-8384, Ext. 203
Utah - Robin Wise, (801) 944-8782, Ext. 13
Wyoming – Mario Ibarra, (307) 742-0892
 

For more information about National events, visit www.usta.com/juniorcompetition.

 

For more information about Section events, contact USTA Intermountain Junior Tennis Manager Tiffany Milner at (303) 695-4117, Ext. 224.

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