Low Level Eligibility

USTA Atlanta Low Level Eligibility

Any player registering to play on a low level team must first confirm their eligibility prior to registering for the team.

 

Players will not receive a refund if they register for a team in which they are not eligible to play. TennisLink does not prevent illegal players from registering to low level teams.

 

USTA Atlanta does weekly checks for player eligibility prior to the season starting and after the season begins; however, it is ultimately the player's and captain's responsibility to ensure eligibility prior to registering to a low level team.

Summer 2022/2023 Low Level Eligibility

2021 Year End Ratings are now available. Any player registering for an 18 & Over or 40 & Over low level summer  team moving forward will need to confirm low level eligibility prior to registering for their team. Please be sure to read page 1 of the list to understand who will and will not be listed.

If you have read the first page and believe a player should be listed that isn't', please email Carolina Kaminski at kaminski@ustageorgia.com to check eligibility prior to registering to a low level team.

Refunds ARE NOT given to players who register without confirming their eligibility first.

Dynamic rating is between 3.01 - 3.35

Dynamic rating is between 3.51 - 3.80

Dynamic rating is between 3.51 - 3.80

How Do I Get a Rating?

If you are a new USTA player and do not have a rating,
you will need to complete the self-rate questionnaire prior to registering for a team.