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ELECTRONIC COMPLAINT FORMS
Your enjoyment of the Tournaments is extremely important to us. Our objective is for the Tournament experience to be centralized on meeting the wants and needs of the majority of the Players and the majority of the Parents. If unfortunately, during the Tournament, there was a situation that was not handled or resolved to your satisfaction please let us know so we can make the necessary adjustments. We respectfully request that when sharing your experience with us that you take into consideration that there will be times in which when doing what is in the best interest of the majority there will be a minority that unfortunately, with justification, will get upset and feel it is not a fair process or situation. Please we kindly request that you accept our apologies in advance, for those few times. and that you, the player, your parents, and any guest that may have shown to support you that you feel respected, valued, and not taken for granted by our Staff at the USTA Texas Section and all the Tournament Directors and Officials that run and work the Tournaments throughout the year. Thank you for your continued support and never hesitate to contact us if we can be of assistance.
Follow this link and share with the Officials Committee, at the USTA Texas Section, about your experience with a Court Monitor, a Roving Official, or the Referee.
Follow this link and share with the Junior Competitive Committee, at the USTA Texas Section, about your experience with a Tournament Staff Member or with the Tournament Director.
Follow this link and share with the Discipline and Grievance Committee, at the USTA Texas Section, about your experience with a Player/Opponent.
Follow this link and share with the Discipline and Grievance Committee, at the USTA Texas Section, about your experience with a Parent or a Coach.
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