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Pacific Northwest

2020 Regulation Changes

USTA National & Pacific Northwest

USTA Pacific Northwest  |  October 23, 2019
<h1>2020 Regulation Changes</h1>
<h2>USTA National &amp; Pacific Northwest</h2>
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The USTA National has approved and released all their 2020 National Regulations.  In response, the Pacific Northwest Adult Competition Committee and the Board of Directors has reviewed and voted on the proposed 2020 PNW Regulation changes as well.  See all these changes listed out below. 
 

View full 2020 National & PNW Regulations.

 

MAJOR NATIONAL REGULATION CHANGES FOR 2020

  • 1.04A Changing Adult 40 & Over format for National Championships to 1 singles, 3 doubles. Conforming changes to the following regulations: 1.04D(4); 2.01A(1)b, c, e, f; 2.03A(5); 2.03D; 2.03E; 2.03H(2)e; 2.03K; 3.03B(3)a.
    • See Pacific NW's Regulation Change in response to USTA National's Regulation change below
  • 1.04E(3) Players must be 18 years of age prior to participating in the USTA League program.
  • 1.04F(1) Clarifying language regarding players re-entering leagues with expired NTRP ratings.
  • 2.01A Below level players are not allowed to play #1 positions when participating in plus (+) level matches (this refers to 4.5+ and 5.0+ divisions only)
  • 2.03A(4) Eligibility to advance to National Championships for self-rated and computer-rated appealed players requires playing at least four (4) matches on the same team at the same level in the same Age Group. ADVERTISEMENT No defaults received count.
  • 2.03E Sectional Associations may use alternate scoring methods to determine championship winners.
  • 2.03H Sectional Associations may determine the order of tie-break procedures for their championships; tie-break procedures for National Championships are clarified.
  • 2.03K The Championship Committee has the authority to file a grievance when match default(s) given by a team has a material impact on the Championship’s standings.  

MAJOR PACIFIC NW REGULATION CHANGES FOR 2020

  • 2.01C(2)f (PNW REG) – All USTA PNW Local League matches will be played using the same
    number of individual matches as shown in National Regulation 1.04A and PNW Regulation
    1.04A(1).
  • 2.02A(1)c (PNW REG ONE DOUBLES ONLY) – Team Match wins will be used to determine
    standings. If there is a tie in team match wins, the following shall be used to break the tie
    in the order listed until the tie is broken: Head-to-Head, Most Sets Won, Most Games Won,
    Head-to-Head Most Sets Won, Head-to-Head Most Games Won, Coin Flip.
  • 2.03D(1)a (PNW REG) – All USTA PNW Area and Section Championship matches will be
    played using the same number of individual matches as shown in National Regulation
    1.04A and PNW Regulation 1.04A(1).
  • 2.03H(1) a – (PNW REG ONE DOUBLES ONLY) – Use what is outlined in 2.02A(1)c in the
    event of a tie in the standings for all Championships   

 

Do you have a PNW Regulation change proposal you'd like to submit for 2021?  Email Adam Hutchinson at ahutchinson@pnw.usta.com to learn more.

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