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USTA Georgia
116 Marble Mill Road
Marietta, GA 30060
404-256-9543
Tax ID 58-1309245
 

NTRP Ratings


 

Year-End NTRP Ratings

NTRP Third Party Sites

Rating Legend

Understand Your Year-End Rating

Range of Rating Levels

When Does My Rating Expire?


Self Rating Guidance

NTRP Self-Rate & Rating Guidance
About Self Rating
NTRP Rating Skill Descriptions
Experienced Player Guidelines
How to Self-Rate


Medical Appeals

Please read the procedures before submitting any forms as this will explain who will be granted a medical appeal.  Prior to submitting please print and use the checklist to ensure your documentation is complete. 
 
All Medical Appeals must be submitted to the USTA Georgia office.
Please fax (404-255-5403) or email all documentation to
Carolina Kaminski.


Medical Appeal Procedure
Medical Appeal Checklist
Physician's Statement Form

Medical Appeal Form: PDF VersionWord Version


Grievances

All Grievances must be submitted to your local league coordinator

NTRP Grievance Protocol

Local League Grievance Form: PDF VersionWord Version
Championship Grievance Form: PDF VersionWord Version


USTA Georgia
Carolina Kaminski
Adult Rating/Ranking Coordinator
kaminski@ustageorgia.com


USTA Georgia
David Bain
Senior Director of USTA Adult & Junior Leagues
bain@ustageorgia.com

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Tennis Rules

Last week's answer was True, all court measurements are made to the outside edge of the line. If a ball breaks during a point, what happens?

Point is awarded to last player who hit the ball
Point is played to conclusion and a new ball put in play
Point is replayed and ball is replaced with like wear ball

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