Suspension Point System

February 16, 2017
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Suspension Point System

The USTA Suspension Point System is in effect at all sanctioned junior tournaments in the section and will be used in all singles and doubles matches (main draw, consolation, and qualifying). It applies to conduct: during matches, during tournament activities, at tournament facilities and at facilities such as hotels, dormitories, and homes where players stay.

 

Persons authorized to file suspension point reports with the referee and Junior Player Development Manager (JPDM) are: tournament committee members (tournament director, tournament Referee etc.), deputy referee, on court umpires, club or hotel managers and the JPDM.  All of the above persons will report only on violations personally witnessed by them.

 

 

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