Q. Why did the USTA change the Ranking and Tournament Level System?
Please click this link to read why and how some of these decisions were made.
Q. How is the National Standings list calculated?
- 100% of the singles ranking points from a players’ 6 best Junior Ranking Tournaments.
- 15% of the ranking points from a player’s best 6 doubles and/or mixed doubles Junior Ranking Tournaments played.
- Ranking Points earned in an older age division tournament count towards a player’s standing in one or more younger age divisions provided that a Junior Ranking Tournament has been played in the division and they are among the player’s best 6 results.
- 20% of the Ranking Points earned in a younger age division tournament count towards a player’s standing in the next-older age division if they are among the player’s best 6 results, regardless of whether a Junior Ranking Tournament has been played in that division.
Q. Where can I find my tournament record?
Access to individual player profiles and the points awarded for a specific result are currently not available. We have shifted resources to focus on these two areas, and we will continue to update you with timelines and information as we gain greater certainty on deliverables. If you have any questions regarding the 2021 USTA Rankings and Standings, please submit an inquiry here.
Q. How do I filter out my Section National Standings?
All standing and ranking lists are now ONE National Standing List. To find your placement on a Section list, the National list can be filtered by Section by entering your Section name in the search field. The system will return a list of players in the Section name entered, ordered in accordance with rank.
Please note that Northern California is listed as Section NorCal and Southern California is SoCal. Additionally, when searching for a Section, please include a / after the Section name. For example: to search for Texas, enter Texas/.
Q. How did the USTA determine how 2020 events counted on the new point table for calculation purposes?
Each USTA Section ‘mapped’ all 2020 tournaments to what they deemed appropriate from their current system and how it best translates to the new unified junior ranking system that took effect in January ‘21.