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SELF RATINGS

The National Tennis Rating Program (NTRP) is the official system for determining the levels of competition for the USTA League Tennis Program.  The USTA NTRP Computer Rating System assigns ratings based on play in the local league and at championship level during the current league year.

Players with an NTRP published level must enter at that rating or higher.  Players without a computer rating must self-rate in accordance with the NTRP Guidelines.

Click here to learn what your self-rating should be.  Click here to view the Player Self Rate Questions you will answer in TennisLink.

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How to Self-Rate and Appeal

Click on "My Tennis Page" and login.  Click on the USTA League tab, then click on "Self Rate" shown under "Find NTRP Info".  Follow the instructions on the screens to self rate and appeal the assigned rating.

  • New players who are entering a USTA league for the first time must self rate according to the General and Experienced Player Guidelines.
     
  • Players with expired ratings must self rate at their last published rating. This means their last published rating must be entered in the "rating requested" box.  They can file an appeal during the on-line self rate process.
     
  • A player who plays exclusively in the USTA League Mixed Doubles Division and subsequently chooses to participate in the USTA League Adult, Senior and/or Super Senior Divisions must enter those Divisions by using a valid computer (C) or benchmark (B) rating from a previous year. If such player does not have a valid (C) or (B) rating from a previous year, he/she must self-rate with the minimum rating being the higher of the self-rating or valid Mixed Doubles Exclusive (M) rating.
     
  • A player who plays exclusively in NTRP tournaments and subsequently chooses to participate in the USTA League Adult, Senior, Super Senior and/or Mixed Doubles Divisions must enter those Divisions by using a valid computer (C) or benchmark (B) rating from a previous year. If such player does not have a valid (C) or (B) rating from a previous year, he/she must self-rate with the minimum rating being the higher of the self-rating or valid Tournament Exclusive (T) rating.  

If you exit the self rate screen without filing an appeal, click here for Self-rate Appeal procedures. 

 
 

 
 
 
 
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