PLAYER DEVELOPMENT

ITF, ETA, COSAT JUNIOR EVENT, NOMINATION PROCEDURE AND RULES

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ITF Junior Information

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In order to compete in International Tennis Federation (ITF) Junior Circuit events as a player representing the United States, a players must meet the following requirements.

ITF Junior Rules

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The International Tennis Federation (ITF) oversees a circuit of 18-&-under junior tournaments that take place in over 118 countries each year. Players are not eligible to participate in any ITF Junior Tournament until they have reached their 13th birthday. ITF events use year-of-birth eligibility as opposed to month-of-birth eligibility. Therefore, a player turning 19 in December would be unable to play any ITF the year he/she is turning 19.

ITF events in the United States

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The International Tennis Federation has a circuit of tournaments, both junior and professional, throughout the world. Click here to find out information on the events taking place in the U.S.

ETA & ITF Coach Endorsement

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Junior player wishing to be endorsed by USTA Player Development for Tennis Europe (ETA) or Confederacion SudaAmerica de Tenis (COSAT) must submit a request to Player Services by Monday (1 week) prior to the entry deadline.

Rankings

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Click here for the latest U.S. player rankings, the USTA Top 200 Ranking List, the USTA Top 500 Ranking List and more.

 

 

ITF Rules for Wheelchair Tennis

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This version of the 2019 Regulations for Wheelchair Tennis are published in preliminary form and are subject to amendments and updates prior to the final version being released. For this purpose and for clarity any reference to the ITF Wheelchair Tennis Classification Rules shall mean the 2017 Classification Manual until such time as new ITF Wheelchair Tennis Classification Rules are published.

ITF Wheelchair Event Calendar

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The UNIQLO Wheelchair Tennis Tour consists of more than 160 tournaments in over 40 countries, with total prize money of over $2.5 million. The Wheelchair Tennis Tour originated in 1992 with 11 international tournaments. NEC was the title sponsor of the Tour from its inception in 1992 through to the end of 2013. UNIQLO became the official title sponsor of the Tour in June 2014. The tour is divided into multiple grades from the lowest level of  Futures, of which there are the greatest number of tournaments each year, up to the four Grand Slam events.

 

 
 
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