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Your Flex On!
Can’t find time to fit tennis in to your tight schedule? We have the
league for you! Introducing USTA Flex Leagues, the
ready-to-play-tennis-when-you-are league. Weekends, mornings,
evenings...even on your lunch hour; whenever — and wherever — is most
convenient for you, your next match is always waiting. It’s Great Tennis
on your terms. Because No Schedule can be the Best Schedule.
Big Book of Colorado Tennis now online
Big Book of Colorado Tennis is now available through the USTA Colorado
digital newsstand. This year's Big Book has a complete rundown of the new rules
affecting youth tournament competition, as well as the complete 2014 youth and
adult sanctioned tournament listings for Colorado. Find your 2013 ranking, the
2014 adult league menu (featuring several new leagues including the all-new Flex
NTRP Ratings Now Available
The 2013 year-end NTRP ratings are now available. Players can view their rating by
simply logging in to
TennisLink. TennisLink is the only website that has USTA NTRP
Ratings. There has been a lot of buzz and
confusion about "TLS ratings."
TLS ratings are not NTRP
Ratings. The information found on the TLS website is in no way connected
to the USTA NTRP algorithm and should not be confused with NTRP Ratings.
In all instances that we have checked, they are substantially incorrect.
Appealing your rating
- login to TennisLink, click on the "Appeal Rating Level" link located
to the right of your name, under your rating. This is an 'Auto
appeal', so once you submit it, your appeal will be granted or denied
immediately depending on your rating in hundredths. If granted, your
rating will be changed and cannot be changed back. Medical
appeals are only considered for players who have a permanent, debilitating
injury/illness that occurred after your last match and can only be
submitted to move down. All appeals are final whether granted or
Questions / Concerns about your rating?
Frequently Asked Questions. If you still have
contact us. NOTE: Aside from the
appeal process described above, there are no other changes made
to ratings, so we can answer questions, but no one can change your rating.
Please allow 48 hours for a response to emails or voicemails.
Tennis (Winter 2013) now online
The Winter 2013 issue of Colorado Tennis newspaper is now available for free
at our newsstand. Don't miss the HighFIVE, ProFiles and of course the latest BUZZ in the Colorado tennis
Tennis in your Neighborhood
So you've tried tennis at a local festival or free clinic, and now you're
ready to take your game to new heights, or maybe just keep the family active and
having fun. USTA Colorado invites you to add years to your life — and life to
your years...get in the game today!
Find local courts and programming for the
whole family. Start today.
& Under Tennis/QuickStart: Tennis on a smaller scale for Kids!
QuickStart tennis format gives kids a chance to play tennis
appropriately sized to fit their needs. Shorter courts, smaller
racquets, and slower balls lead to a more successful experience.
USTA Colorado’s Guide to Playing College Tennis
For parents of junior tennis players, helping them find the perfect
college can feel like a monumental challenge. We’re here to help make
that process more manageable.
Download the 4-part series, which ran in
Colorado Tennis newspaper in 2010.
Members, update your information
Did you know that:
USTA members are encouraged to update their mailing and contact
information with the USTA whenever they make a change. Updating your information is easy. Simply visit USTA.com and click
MEMBERSHIP to join, renew, or update your information. You can also call
the USTA at 800/990-USTA (8782) or email
Stay connected. Keep your information current.
USTA Colorado does not maintain any membership information and does not have the ability to
USTA Colorado, Tournament Directors, etc. obtain your membership
information from the USTA each time it is needed so your most
current information is always used.
|Tournament Directors use your contact information to reach you if there
are changes to the draw?
can not be forwarded if you don't have a valid current
address on file with the USTA?
||You will not be
made aware of special promotions if your contact information is
out of date.