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2016 Year-End Rating Appeal's Process 
(2017 & 2018 Championship Year)


Only a player may appeal his/her 2016 Year-End Rating when they are logged into Tennislink.

To file an appeal, you must choose the “Appeal Rating” link at the bottom of this page and you will be taken to the Tennislink login page.  You will be prompted to enter your USTA # and password. Once you are logged in, underneath your rating, you will see an "appeal rating" link. Click this and follow the steps.  You will be notified immediately as to whether your appeal is granted or denied.

 

NOTE: 

For the 2017 Championship Year and 2018 Championship Year Early Start Leagues:

  • 2014, 2015, 2016 NTRP Computer Ratings are valid for adults age 59 and under.
  • 2015 and 2016 NTRP Computer Ratings are valid for adults age 60 and over.   
  • An individual must play at their published rating or higher.
     

Reasons an appeal may be granted:

All players who calculated in 3 or more matches, whose rating is within .10 above or below NTRP level, will be granted.

All players who calculated in 4-5 matches, whose rating is within .08 above or below NTRP level, will be granted.

All players who calculated in 6-7 matches, whose rating is within .06 above or below NTRP level, will be granted.

All players who calculated in 8-9 matches, whose rating is within .04 above or below NTRP level, will be granted.

MIXED EXCLUSIVE APPEAL

  • All of the Year-End Appeals and ...
  • New player (self-rated) with 4 or fewer dynamic ratings may be granted an appeal if it falls within .20 above the level.

 
MEDICAL APPEAL

  • Permanent disabling injury or illnesses occurring after year-end ratings were achieved (with supporting documentation.)

 
ELECTRONIC SELF-RATE ON TENNISLINK

  • Self-ratings can be automatically appealed UP to a higher level.
  • Self-ratings can only be requested to be appealed DOWN to a lower level during the self-rate process, or when attempting to register for a team with a lower NTRP rating than their assigned self-rate.

 
Appeal Rating

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Tennis Rules Question

Last week's answer was Player B's call (code 20). What is an example of a "permanent fixture"?

Netpost
Net Scoring Device
Player's Racquet
Singles Stick

 
 
 
 
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