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

Tournament Directors

Welcome USTA Georgia Tournament Directors. Below you will find administrative forms and helpful information to assist you in developing and running your USTA Georgia sanctioned tournament. If you are interested in becoming a USTA Georgia Tournament Director, please contact the USTA Georgia office (see contact information below).


2020 Sanction & Schedule Information

2020 Tournament Sanctioning is open through September 25th, 2019

Contact Carolina Kaminski for any questions



USTA Rules of Tennis, the Code “Friend at Court”

USTA Georgia Medical Release (Juniors only) 
Junior players competing in the USTA, the USTA Southern Section, and the USTA Georgia must submit a signed Release and Medical Release to the tournament director before the first match is played.  The player and the parent or guardian must sign the form. 

Improvements to the Tournament Director Selection Process (and optional tools) are available to auto-order players, select and charge alternates, etc. Tournament directors may elect to use the TDSP option when sanctioning a limited draw or to avoid having to refund ineligible or not selected players.

2019 Adult Rules & Regulations

2019 Adult Requirements

Adult Tournament Checklist - Suggestions for a Great Tournament

2019 Junior Rules & Regulations (USTA Georgia Standing Orders)

2019 Junior Requirements for Sanctioned Tournaments 

1-Day & Compass Draw Guidelines

School Calendar 2019-20

 USTA Georgia www.georgia.usta.com

      Carolina Kaminski
      Ranking/Rating Coordinator

      Eva Marie McCravy
      Competition Coordinator

404.256.9543  ext. 111

404.256.9543  ext. 103


USTA Southern  www.southern.usta.com
      James Tart
      Tournaments, TDM & Rankings


      Chris Walling
     Director, Adult Competition
      Maria Cercone
      Junior Competition



Poll of the Week

The Australian Open plays a Match Tie-Break (first to 10) in all deciding sets. Do you like this format?

Yes, the extra length of the tie-break builds excitement and is a better way to conclude a match
No, the final set tie-break should be the same format as all other sets