Tennis Rating Player Levels (NTRP & USTA Guidelines) 1.0. Beginner. 1.5. This player has limited experience and is still working primarily on getting the ball into play. 2.0. This player needs on-court experience. This player has obvious stroke weaknesses but is familiar with basic positions for singles and doubles play. 2.5
/ The Universal Tennis Rating Scale Universal Tennis Ratings are expressed as a number with up to two decimal points falling between 1.0 and 16.50, e.g., 9.46. UTR’s 16-point scale embraces everyone from beginners through intermediate recreational and competitive players, to active tournament and college varsity athletes, and ranging up to the highest levels of the game at the top professional ranks.
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Tennis Ratings Explained – NTRP to UTR. I find this table quite useful and shorter and easier to work with than the NTRP scale, which I will publish below. For my Tennisnerd consultation, I have tried to simplify the scale into beginner-intermediate, intermediate-advanced, advanced-pro. That works okay alongside the information the player ...
The UTR is an algorithmic tennis ranking system that seeks to give all recreational tennis players worldwide a common ground to compete from. Even some of the world’s best players such as Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal have UTR ratings now! The idea is that players are ranked on a single 16 point scale that only factors in playing ability and does not take nationality, gender, age or where a match is being played into account.
Universal Tennis Rating (UTR) is a global system that rates every tennis player regardless of their age, gender, or nationality. In recent years, UTR has emerged as the metric system of tennis worldwide. It is 16-point scale used to measure a player’s game, skill and capability.
UTR means U niversal T ennis R ating. It is an international rating given to players from the ...
UTR is the global rating for all tennis players, regardless of age, gender or nationality, on a scale of 1-16.5. Three factors go into the rating: 1) Competition: your opponent's UTR 2) Score: Games won 3) Recent history: up to last 30 matches in the past 12 months. Join.