USTA Intermountain Junior Tournaments


USTA Intermountain Section offers a variety of opportunities for junior players of all skill levels, whether it is ranked tournaments, team play or recreational programs. For more information, contact USTA Intermountain Junior Tennis Manager Tiffany Milner at


Summary of Junior Competitive Structure
Ranked events comparison
2023 USTA Intermountain Junior Tournament Schedule
2024 USTA Intermountain Junior Tournament Schedule
Parent, Player, Spectator Code of Conduct Policy
2023 National Junior Tournament Schedule
USTA College Tennis Flyer


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Once you have completed the Net Generation Orange and Green levels in the Net Generation Play Tracker or turn 11, USTA Junior Tournaments are the next step on the USTA Intermountain Competitive Pathway. With junior tournaments, USTA Intermountain strives to provide quality competitive opportunities for players to contest and develop their skills against others. Participating in USTA Junior Tournaments can propel your game to the next level and prepare you for competition in high school, college or even the pros.


USTA Junior Tournaments are offered in a variety of formats, including individual, team, non-elimination and elimination. 



The new tournament structure utilizes seven levels of events, ranging from Level 7 (Intermediate) to Level 1 (National Championships), as well as a national ranking system that will distribute points consistently across the country. Level 1-3 National events are included on the USTA National Junior Schedule and sanctioned by the USTA National Office. Sectional Level 3-7 and 10 & Under events are sanctioned by the USTA Intermountain Section. The term "Open" means that you may play these events no matter where you live or what Section you are from. "Closed" events require residency in that Section. 


Watch a video on the new junior tournament structure.


L7 Tournaments - Open Intermediate Sectional Events

1-day event; 2-match minimum, 4-match maximum. These events are open to anyone. If there is a limited draw, a bottom-up selection process will be used for this level, which means players with no ranking will be selected first. The 12U division will offer green and yellow ball events.  


L6 Tournaments - Open Intermediate Sectional Events

Up to 3-day events; 2-match minimum, 4-match maximum, and open to anyone. Selection process for this level is based on ranking.


L5 Tournaments - Open Advanced/Intermediate Sectional Events 

Up to 3-day events; non-elimination and open to anyone. Up to 12 L5 events will be sanctioned in the Intermountain section. Selection process for this level is based on ranking.   


L4 Tournaments -  4 Closed L4 Sectional Events, 4 Open L4 Sectional Events, and 1 Closed L4 Team Event 

Up to 4-day events; Open and Closed events, with Closed events limited to Intermountain section players. Selection process for this level is based on ranking. 


L3 Tournaments- National L3s and two Closed Sectional events

3+ days National or Closed section events with Closed events limited to Intermountain section players.


L2 Tournaments -National L2 and Intersectional Team Competition

3+ day National events. Selection process for this level is based on ranking.


L1 Tournaments - National Championships, National Team Events and selected ITF events

 4+ day National events. Selection process for this level is based on ranking.



Players will find and register for tournaments at By registering for USTA Intermountain tournaments players acknowledge that they know and understand, as well as agree to abide by all rules and regulations detailed in Friend at Court. For more tutorials on the new tournament registration platform, click here



USTA Intermountain tournaments are offered in the 10 & Under (10U), 12U, 14U, 16U, & 18U divisions. Players become ineligible to play in an age division on the first day of their birthday month, the year they turn 11, 13, 15, 17, or 19. 



Ranking Points are earned by winning singles and doubles matches at all L1-L7 tournaments and designated ITF tournaments. Bonus Ranking Points are earned for winning singles matches over highly-ranked players. Ranking Points earned by winning singles and doubles matches are combined for a player’s Ranking Point total and players are ordered based on this total. For more specific information on how many tournaments are counted and what percentage is from doubles events, read the Juniors Ranking FAQ.   





USTA Intermountain is made up of six Districts: Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Utah and Wyoming. These Districts oversee Levels 5-7 and unranked events. For more information on local or District events, contact your District representative::


            Colorado - Jason Colter, 303-695-4116, Ext. 205 or
            Idaho - Kyle Jewett, 208-322-5150, Ext. 207 or
            Montana - Andrea Johnson, 406-579-2716 or
            Nevada - Rob Merriman, 702-792-8384, Ext. 303 or
            Utah - Laurie Lambert, 801-944-8782, Ext. 112 or
            Wyoming - Peg Connor, 307-742-0892 or




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