Tournament Help - At Your Service
When you’re ready to play in ranked competitive tennis, USTA Tournaments are a great way to get out on the court and test your game. You’ll have every opportunity to learn from the best, play against the best – and even make new friends along the way.
View a guide to USTA Missouri Valley junior tournaments here. Or learn more about adult tournaments here. Wheelchair tournaments will also follow the standardized tournament structure. You can learn more about it here.
If you're ready to play, visit Play Tennis to find your next event. You can search by competition level and location to find the right event for you.
The USTA uses the National Standings List (NSL) to determine your ranking. These lists are published weekly by the USTA and order the players based on their Ranking Point total. NSLs are used for selection and seeding at many district, section and National Ranking Tournaments. Please visit the national page for more information, including FAQs and information on how points are calculated.
Helpful Adult Ranking Links
Helpful Junior Ranking Links
Helpful Wheelchair Ranking Links
Net Generation PlayTracker
The Net Generation PlayTracker is for players aged 5-10 and their parents to track progress at USTA competitive events, all in one place. Using the American Development Model (ADM) framework, players and parents will learn more about the recommended development pathway and earn digital incentives along the way.
Players that are 10 years old or younger and their parents can access their PlayTracker points within their usta.com account profile, underneath the Family tab. Here, you will see a player's current competition ball color, coach assigned skill level (if applicable) and total points at each competitive level.
Additional Resources and Contact Information
Local Junior Tennis Contacts: Let us help you - we’re at your service!
Click here to read more about how USTA Missouri Valley is At Your Service!
The USTA Online Help Center is your resource for all things Customer Care and tournaments. The Help Center can assist with:
- Coaches can access help for the Coach Assessment Guide
If you still need assistance, send us your question here or give the national call center a call at 1-800-990-8782. The call center is open Monday-Friday from 9 AM to 9 PM ET and on Saturdays and Sundays from 10 AM to 6 PM ET.
If you would like to chat with somebody directly, please follow this link and click the blue "Help" button in the bottom left corner of your screen. The help team is available via chat Monday-Friday from 9 AM to 9 PM ET and on Saturdays and Sundays from 10 AM to 5 PM ET.
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