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WHEELCHAIR TENNIS INFORMATION

NATIONAL RANKING

January 1, 2017
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Points Table

 

Points are calculated by where a player reaches in the draw.

 

Main Draw Only:

 

Description

Finish

Cat I

Super Cat II (9 and over)

Cat II (8 and under)

Local

Champion

1

1500

600

450

150

2nd Place

2

1150

460

345

115

3rd Place

3

1000

400

300

100

SF

4

850

340

255

85

QF

5-8

600

240

180

60

R16

9-16

400

160

120

40

R32

17-32

200

80

60

20

R64

33-64

100

40

30

10

R128

65-128

50

20

15

5

R256

129-256

0

0

0

0

 

Open Division Second Draw Points (ITF Events Only):

 

Description

Finish

Cat I

Super Cat II (9 and over)

Cat II (8 and under)

Champion

1

225

90

67

2nd Place

2

172

70

52

3rd Place

3

150

60

45

SF

4

127

50

38

QF

5-8

90

36

27

R16

9-16

60

24

20

R32

17-32

30

12

10

R64

33-64

0

0

0

R128

65-128

0

0

0

R256

129-256

0

0

0

 

Consolation Points

 

Description

Cat I

Cat II9

Cat II8

Local/Sectional

Per Match Won

50

20

15

5

 

Participation Points

 

Description

Cat I

Cat II9

Cat II8

Local/Sectional

Per Match Won

5

4

3

1

 

Important:

 

1. Treatment of byes, withdrawals, walkovers, disqualifications, defaults and retirements.

 

i. Byes. A player who advances because of a bye does not receive ranking points for advancing.
ii. Withdrawals. A player who advances because of a withdrawal shall receive ranking points for advancing.
iii. Walkovers. A player who advances because of a walkover shall receive ranking points for advancing.
iv. Disqualification. A player who advances because of a disqualification shall receive ranking points for advancing.
v. Defaults. A player who advances because of a default shall receive ranking points for advancing.
vi. Retirements. A player who advances because of the opponent’s retirement shall receive ranking points for advancing.

 

2. Breaking ranking ties. If players or teams receive the same number of ranking points, ties shall be broken using the following steps in the order listed. As many ties as possible shall be broken before using the next step:

  • Most points earned in Category I USTA National Championships;

  • Most points earned in Super Category II USTA Tournaments and Category II USTA Tournaments; and

  • Most points earned in any other National Ranking event.

The "points" tables will be assigned based on the highest sanction level and draw format of each tournament, ensuring a player knows what his/her potential points for each tournament will be.

 

There are four categories of tournaments within the ranking system:

 

Tournament Designations

 

The USTA National Wheelchair Tennis Staff and National Committee have put a new policy in affect in order to simplify and streamline ITF tournament distinctions as it relates to USTA ranking points. This policy is immediately in affect:

 

ITF Super Series = USTA Category 1
ITF 1, 2, 3 = USTA Super Category 2
ITF Futures = USTA Category 2
Non ITF events = sectional-level ranking points

 

Special Note: The individual categories within tournaments will not change. Whatever the tournament distinction is, it will be that distinction for every division.

 

Standings List

 

The current standings list is comprised of players who have played at least one match in at least one National Ranking Tournament. The list includes tournaments played 12 months prior to the list publish date.

 

Current 12 Month Rolling Standings Lists

 

 

 

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