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Midwest

Tournament Help Guide

Changes are coming to USTA Tournaments, and the USTA Midwest is here to help! Find answers to your tournament questions by clicking the links below. 

 

TOURNAMENT SEARCH SITE

Tournaments are leaving TennisLink! Check out the new search and find tournaments and programs near you.

 

NEW TOURNAMENT LEVELS AND RANKING SYSTEM

We are excited to share that USTA will adopt a simplified nationwide structure, which will create a standardized system and greater consistency for our players, parents, coaches, tournament directors and officials. Learn more about how the changes affect Midwest players here

 

USTA Junior Tournaments are an exciting way to put your tennis skills to the test. View the Midwest and National schedules here

 

USTA RANKINGS

In order to help players and parents better understand the transition to the new 2021 tournaments structure taking effect in January, these National Standings List (NSL) are based on 2020 results using the new 2021 ranking tables and are here for your review. 

 

10 & UNDER TOURNAMENTS AND PROGRESSION

On January 1, 2021, USTA Youth Progression will be transitioning to USTA.com within your profile, and with that comes an exciting new look.

 

The new Net Generation PlayTracker will help parents and players navigate their development progress, replacing the current stars and trophies system. Now, players will collect points on an engaging PlayTracker after playing in USTA Team Challenges, USTA Junior Team Tennis, and USTA Junior Circuit programs.

 

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.

 

JUNIOR CIRCUIT

A USTA Junior Circuit is a new program that utilizes a non-elimination round robin draw format for players of all ages to gain match play experience in a tournament setting with a focus on individual results. This experience will encourage players of all ages to develop their skills through level-based play and demonstrate good sportsmanship.. These are one day events and play is level-based.

 

 

CUSTOMER CARE

For assistance with your USTA Account, Membership, Serve Tennis, Net Generation and other inquiries, we can help you in any of these ways:

Send us your question here.

 

Give us a call: 1-800-990-8782
Monday-Friday: 9 AM – 9 PM ET
Saturday: 10 AM – 6 PM ET

 

 

Visit our online help center at customercare.usta.com.

 

 

 

Can't find what you're looking for? Reach out to your local District office here.

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