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USTA NorCal 2017 Grand Prix

NorCal Staff  |  July 7, 2017
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The 2017 USTA NorCal Adult Grand Prix will be at Gold River Racquet Club on November 3-5; November 10-12, 2017.  Will you be going to the Grand Prix? There is still time to start earning points.

 

What is the USTA NorCal Grand Prix?

 

The USTA NorCal Grand Prix is a series of tournaments linked together by a point system to determine invitation to the Grand Prix playoffs for NTRP, senior, and open players. The Points Per Round System will be used to calculate the Grand Prix points accumulated in all tournaments played during the Grand Prix season. The Grand Prix tournaments will not count towards Grand Prix rankings. The Grand Prix Points list is the list type used for Grand Prix selection for Open, NTRP and Seniors.

 

To be eligible for the Grand Prix tournament, players must be USTA NorCal members, meet the minimum tournament requirements, and enter the Grand Prix tournament. ADVERTISEMENT Here you will find the 2017 Grand Prix Rules and Regulations, including minimum tournament requirements.

The top 8 entries in each category (16 for the Men’s Open Singles Division) will be invited to play in the Grand Prix event. Doubles teams for all adult Grand Prix events will be selected by combining the two partners' individual points and inviting those teams with the highest combined totals. Should a tie exist in determining the last invited position for the Grand Prix tournament in an NTRP, senior or open division, the following criteria will be used, in order, until the tie is broken: most tournaments played; most matches played; head-to-head matches won; coin toss. Players must enter to be considered.

 

2017 Adult Grand Prix

 

Date: November 3-5; November 10-12, 2017

Location: Gold River Racquet Club

Entry Fee: $38.13 for 1 Event; $41 for 2 Events; additional fees may apply if registered in 3 or more Events.

 

Grand Prix Participants receive great prizes and amenities:

  • Player gift from USTA NorCal (a monogrammed jacket the last few years)
  • Happy Hour on Friday, November 3
  • Complimentary Dinner for Grand Prix participants and Player of the Year award winners on Saturday, November 4
  • All Grand Prix main draw finals matches will be chaired
  • $3,000 total prize money for Open Division
  • Adult/Senior Age Division events designated as a National Category III tournament
  • Prizes
  • Snacks provided
  • Raffle
  • Other Activities

 

Players will be limited to entering in 1 singles, 1 doubles, and 1 mixed.  

 

Players wishing to qualify for the NTRP divisions will be required to compete in a minimum number of tournaments during the Grand Prix Season to participate in that event at the Grand Prix.

 

Players wishing to qualify for the Senior and Open Grand Prix will be required to compete in at least one tournament in their respective division during the Grand Prix season.

 

Click Here for more information and to register for the Grand Prix.

 

Eligibility Requirements for NTRP Divisions

  • Players must be resident of Northern California section
  • Players must meet the following minimum tournament requirements
  • View Grand Prix Standings

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Eligibility Requirements for Open Divisions

  • Players must be resident of Northern California section
  • Players must compete in at least one tournament in their respective division during the Grand Prix season
  • View Grand Prix Standings

Eligibility Requirements for Senior Divisions

  • Players must compete in at least one tournament in their respective division during the Grand Prix season
  • View Grand Prix Standings

Past Results

Earn More Ranking Points to Qualify for NTRP Grand Prix

NTRP events with Tournament of the Year Designations (TOY) are worth 1.5 times the standard ranking point value.

NTRP Gold Cup Series Tournaments are worth 2 times the standard ranking point value.

Familiarize Yourself with the Points Race Rules

 

 

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