2022 End-of-Year USTA League NTRP Ratings Available

Jaret Kappelman | December 01, 2022

As the year 2022 comes to a close, the USTA League end-of-year NTRP ratings have officially been released and if you are a USTA League player, you can check out your brand-new rating that will be used for all 2023 USTA play.


Ratings are generated by playing in USTA Adult Leagues for the 18 & Over, 40 & Over, 55 & Over, 65 & Over, Mixed 18 & Over, and Mixed 40 & Over, and Tri-Level division. Adult 18-39 and Adult NTRP Tournaments are also included by the USTA Florida Section and will be calculated in the year-end ratings for the 2022 championship year.


Adult NTRP Ratings are determined based on match results from the last 12 months, with more recent and championship matches weighted more heavily in the calculation. This year-end rating is used to determine which USTA Leagues you are eligible to participate in for 2023. Year-end ratings are valid for up to three years for players 59 years old or under, and up to two years for players over 60, or until another rating is generated.

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You can find your rating below by clicking either of the buttons. Once you click it, input your information and your rating will be revealed.


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If you have any questions regarding your rating or need additional help finding it, please contact your Local Adult Play Coordinator.

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Where can I find my NTRP Rating? Check out the NTRP Year End Ratings Search 
  2. What does my NTRP Rating mean? A rating is a number assigned to a player that reflects their level of playing ability. 
  3. I think my rating is incorrect, what should I do? Contact your Local Adult Play Coordinator for further assistance.

You can also check out USTA’s Frequently Asked Questions page for more information and answers. We look forward to seeing everyone out on the courts in 2023, competing in their new rating division. 



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