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PNW Junior Tournaments Find A Tournament
PNW Junior

About

Junior Tournaments are a great way to test out your skills when you're ready to play competitively. USTA PNW hosts local tournaments for players of all levels and in a variety of formats from individual, team, non-elimination, elimination and wheelchair. These options allow players to feel comfortable and have fun competing at their level of play.

TOURNAMENT LEVELS

 

Entry-Level

Entry Level events are for the entry level competitor who is just getting introduced to tournament match play. Entry level competitors should have a basic knowledge of play such as keeping score and some understanding in format of play. Skill sets will vary greatly in the Entry Level.

 

Intermediate

Intermediate Level events are for the junior with intermediate competitive skills who has some tournament experience at the Entry Level but does not feel ready for the highly competitive Advanced Level. Intermediate Level players have a complete understanding of scoring and format of play. 

 

Advanced

Advanced Level events are for the Advanced junior competitor. The Advanced player should have a good understanding of match play as well as match strategies. Participants should have a solid understanding of groundstrokes, the serve and volley production. This is a highly competitive level of participation.

 

 

 

 

 

Determine Your Level

For assistance in determining which level best fits your skill set, please contact a certified teaching professional or USTA PNW's Junior Competition Coordinator.

USTA PNW recommends that parents and juniors annually review our Junior Competition Rules & Regulations to ensure that all players have a safe, fair, and fun competitive experience.
USTA PNW recommends that parents and juniors annually review our Junior Competition Rules & Regulations to ensure that all players have a safe, fair, and fun competitive experience.

Rules & Regulations

USTA PNW recommends that parents and juniors annually review our Junior Competition Rules & Regulations to ensure that all players have a safe, fair, and fun competitive experience.

10 & UNDER TOURNAMENTS

 

USTA PNW offers great 10 & under tournament experiences through its Youth Progression Pathway. Youth Progression is designed to create a greater experience for children beginning and developing in tennis competition, to ensure that young players, ages 7-10 years old, are competing at appropriate levels of play as they progress through competitive stages based on age, participation and achievement. 

 

First time 10 & under players, begin by competing at the orange ball level and can progress to green dot ball and 12 & under yellow ball competition. Learn more about Youth Progression and how to get started today!

 

 

USTA PNW SIGNATURE TOURNAMENTS

 

USTA PNW Junior Sectionals

Within the USTA PNW, there is only one mandatory Junior Sectional Tournament for the Advanced Level. This Level 3 event will offer both singles and doubles play in boys and girls 18-and-under, 16-and-under, 14-and-under, 12-and-under, and 10-and-under. Learn how to qualify and register.

 

National Team Tournaments

USTA Zone, Intersectional and National Team Championships are USTA National events where teams are formed from each section and compete against each other.  This is a great opportunity to represent our section each summer. Learn how to apply for a national team.

 

 

RANKINGS

 

Rankings are a point system that is used to determine qualification for entry and seeding (tournament draw placement). They also help athletes determine how they stack up against other competitors.

 

The ranking system will include results from singles matches and doubles matches in all sanctioned tournaments. The points earned in singles competition will be combined with the points earned in doubles competition to form one final point total that will be used to calculate the 12 Month Rolling Standing list. Players will receive credit for 100% of their points from their best six (6) singles events along with 15% of their points from their best six (6) doubles events. Standings will be published on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of every month. Significant win points for the current month will be calculated using only the 2nd Wednesday’s standing of the previous month.

 

 

View your ranking on TennisLink

 

 

NATIONAL TOURNAMENTS & RESOURCES

 

Beyond local tournaments in the Pacific Northwest, advanced juniors can go on to play against competitors from around the country. USTA hosts national tournaments throughout the year, all across the country. 

 

To learn more about USTA National Tournaments and view the 2018 National Tournament Schedule visit this Resources & Tools page.

 

 

TOURNAMENT HELP CENTER

 

Have more questions about tournaments? Visit the TennisLink Help Center and select Jr. Tournaments or type a question to view how-to guides.

 

 

 

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