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High Performance Competition 


USTA Midwest Elevated Junior Tournament Schedule

USTA Midwest designates all junior tournaments Level 5 and higher as elevated events. For more advanced junior players, a schedule of all upcoming USTA Midwest elevated junior tournaments can be found below.



To view all previous 2022 Midwest elevated tournaments, click here.



Annual Midwest Sectional Junior Championships



USTA National Junior Tournaments

For advanced junior players looking to play the highest level events across the country, the full USTA National schedule is available below.




For information on entry and selection for the 2022 USTA National Clay Court Championships and the USTA National Championships, please click here.



Quota for USTA National Level 1 Championships

Each Sectional Association is guaranteed a minimum number of junior players who will be accepted into the USTA National Level 1 Championships, and this number is the Sectional Association's quota. Only players residing in the Midwest Section will appear on our quota list. These lists are calculated similarly to the National Standings Lists in that they will be based on results from the past 12 months. How is quota calculated specifically?


  • In the Boys' and Girls' 12 Divisions, no more than two results outside of the Midwest section may count towards a player's top six singles and doubles results - four in section (sanctioned by Midwest or a Midwest district), two out of section.

  • In the Boys' and Girls' 14, 16, 18 Divisions, no more than three results outside of the Midwest section may count towards a player's top six singles and doubles results - three in section (sanctioned by Midwest or a Midwest district), three out of section.

  • These lists will be updated monthly here. For a more detailed explanation on how quota lists are calculated, please click here.



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For more information, please review the helpful links below or contact Jessica Lange at



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To search for a junior tournament near you, click here.


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