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USTA Georgia
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Marietta, GA 30060
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2023 Sanction & Schedule Information

USTA Georgia is opening the sanctioning period for 2023 National Level Junior Championships levels 5, 6 and 7 and Adult National Levels 5, 6 and 7. Requests for Junior Level 5 tournaments must be completed during the application period of June 10, 2022 – Aug. 2, 2022 and should be submitted online using the Tournament Application process through Serve TennisRequests for Adult Level 5 and Adult or Junior Level 6 and 7 tournaments must be completed during the application period of Aug. 2, 2022 – Oct. 5, 2022 and should be submitted online using the Tournament Application process through Serve Tennis. Please see the attached chart with a description of each level and options on draw sizes and formats. A certified Referee must be listed on the tournament application form for your tournament to be approved. Level 7 may have a TD/Referee Dual role listed instead. Wheelchair Tournaments fall under Adult Tournament sanctioning deadlines. I have also pasted the Serve Tennis Fee Calculator to help you determine entry fees. (Max entry fees are detailed in charts below.)


USTA Georgia Levels of Junior Tournaments Chart

USTA Georgia Levels of Adult Tournaments Chart

USTA Georgia Levels of Adult Wheelchair Tournaments Chart

Serve Tennis Fee Calculator


USTA National, USTA Southern and USTA Georgia are requiring that all tournament Directors for junior and adult tournaments be Safe Play Certified. Please use the link below if you have not been certified or your certification has expired: https://www.usta.com/en/home/safe-play.html


The Facility Letter of Intent must be filled out and sent in with your Application Form. In order to submit an Application Form, tournament directors are required to accept the invite from Serve Tennis to access the platform. If you have not received an invitation for access to Serve Tennis, please notify Eva Marie McCravy, USTA Georgia Director of Competition. Returning tournament directors will not receive a new invite; only new tournament directors. For help or questions, National has created the Customer Care Help Center.


Tournament Application Fees for Junior National Levels 5, 6 and 7 Tournaments are $40.00 until the deadline and must be paid online using a credit card.  Checks will not be accepted.  Those that cannot pay online will not be considered for approval. After October 5, the sanction fee for Level 6 will be $55.00 and will be accepted on a case by case basis. Level 7s are always $40.00. 


Serve Tennis Training 

Tournament Directors who have been unable to attend live training can still complete the Serve Tennis trainings on usta.com: Self-Serve Training Center Link


Tournament Application Requirements and Helpful Hints


General Questions on Serve Tennis

National has also created the Customer Care Help Center, which is a great resource for tournament directors and organizations on common questions


Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or concerns:

Director of Competition: Eva Marie McCravy


Atlanta Area TDs – Please remember that ALTA Jr. Teams play their Spring and Fall seasons on Saturday afternoons. Please check your schedule to be sure you have sufficient courts available for your tournament.

The Tournament Director and the Referee MAY NOT be the same person for Level 5 and Level 6 tournaments, and USTA Georgia requires that the Tournament Director and the Referee must both be in attendance during the tournament. The referee's name is required on the sanction form.

Please note that Level 7 tournaments may use a certified official in the role of referee or use a Tournament Director/Referee. For more information on the Tournament Director/Referee dual role, please click here.

LEVEL 6 DEADLINE: October 5th, 2022
Tournament Directors are responsible for all information on the sanction forms.






USTA Georgia Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Statement


USTA Georgia’s mission to promote and develop the growth of tennis, is only enhanced by leveraging diversity and creating an inclusive environment. We are committed to ensuring that people of all backgrounds have access to and feel authentically welcome in the game and business of tennis. 

It is with this spirit of equity and inclusion that we invite all people who play, watch, support and/or enjoy tennis to partake in our many programs, events and membership offerings through participation, volunteerism or leadership.