10 & Under JTT
Players that are 10 years old or younger and their parents can access their PlayTracker points within their usta.com account profile, underneath the Family tab. Here, you will see a player's current competition ball color, coach assigned skill level (if applicable) and total points at each competitive level.
The new Net Generation PlayTracker will help parents and players navigate their development progress, replacing the current stars and trophies system. Now, players will collect points on an engaging PlayTracker after playing in USTA Team Challenges, USTA Junior Team Tennis, and USTA Junior Circuit tournaments.
The Net Generation PlayTracker is for players aged 5-10 and their parents to track progress at USTA competitive events, all in one place. Using the American Development Model (ADM) framework, players and parents will learn more about the recommended development pathway and earn digital incentives along the way.
These are players who know how to serve and keep score but still need guidance in both areas. They have difficulty maintaining a rally past one ball. May not be 100% certain about the rules. Have not had any competitive experience and no challenger credits.
These are players who have some competitive play. and 1-6 Challenger Credits. They have participated in 1-2 Challenger tournaments, DPTA tournaments and other local tournaments.
These are players who know how to serve and keep score but still need guidance in both areas. They have difficulty maintaining a rally past one ball. May not be 100% certain about the rules. Have not had any competitive experience and no challenger points. This is a local group and will not advance to sectionals.
INTERMEDIATE & ADVANCED
These are player who have some competitive experience and 1 or more Challenger credits. They are participating in Challenger, DPTA and other local tournaments. This group is competing for a sectional bid.