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Mid-Atlantic

JUNIOR TOURNAMENTS

November 11, 2020
Junior Tennis
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When you’re ready to play competitive tennis, USTA Junior Tournaments are a great way to get out on the court and test your game. As we move into 2021, find all the resources you need below. This page will be updated regularly throughout this transition. 

 

Is my child ready for Junior Tournaments?

Players who are 10 years old or younger are not eligible to compete in Junior Tournaments until they have completed the Net Generation Play Tracker (coming soon) or they turn 11 years old.


If this is your child’s first experience with competitive match play, it is strongly recommended to start with at least one Junior Circuit event before entering a Junior Tournament. Junior Circuit events are open to all ages and introduce players to competitive match play in a fun, non-elimination short format. ADVERTISEMENT For more information on the Junior Circuit click here

 

If you have questions regarding USTA Mid-Atlantic Junior Tournaments please email tournaments@mas.usta.com

 

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Intermediate Players (L5, L6, L7) I Advanced Players (L3 & L4) | Additional Resources

 

 

Announcements:

 

 

 

Important Resources from the Mid-Atlantic Section:

 

 

Additional Resources from USTA:

 

 

 

Information for Intermediate Players:

Which levels are considered Intermediate?

Level 7 (L7) - Open Intermediate Round Robin Events (1 Day Events)

Level 6 (L6) - Open Intermediate Round Robin Events (2 Day Events)

Level 5 (L5) - Open Intermediate Sectional Events (Up to 3 Days)

Important Updates for Parents and Players

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Tournament Schedule - coming soon

Tournament Resources for Intermediate Players - coming soon

Tournament Regulations for 2021 - coming soon

 

 

 

Information for Advanced Players:

Which levels are considered Advanced?

Level 4 (L4) - Open & Closed Advanced  Sectional Events  (3+ Days)

Level 3 (L3) - National Events including Closed L3 USTA/MAS Sectional Championships (3+ Days)

Level 2 (L2) - National Tournaments and National Team events 

Level 1 (L1) - National Championships; National Team Events; and some ITF events

Important Updates for Parents and Players:

Tournament Schedule - coming soon

Tournament Resources for Advanced Players - coming soon

Tournament Regulations for 2021 - coming soon

USTA Resources

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