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For information regarding junior district rankings, please contact Jeremiah De Jose at jdejose@wilmingtoncc.com.

 

DD Junior Ranking Requirements

 
  • Any Middle States Junior who resides, goes to school, or has parents working in Delaware is eligible for a Delaware Junior ranking if they meet the following criteria. Junior players must play in EITHER of the Delaware State DESIGNATED Junior Tournaments (listed on Tournament Schedule above). 
  • Points for these tournaments will count 1.5 times toward their district ranking. A player must have at least 1 win in a tournament to qualify fora district ranking. The new points-per-round ranking system encourages juniors to play a minimum of 3 tournaments to receive a maximum number of points. The results from a player’s best tournaments (top 3) will count for ranking purposes. Winners will receive an additional 30 points, and a finalist will receive 20, except for the DE State Tournaments where 45 and 30 extra points for winners and finalists will be awarded respectively.
  • Non-Delaware residents must notify the Ranking Chairperson of eligibility status by October 31, 2020.  It is the responsibility of the player to check the ranking lists and report any potential errors in a timely manner to the Junior Ranking Chairperson.

USTA MS Sectional Information

  • Click here for the 2020 Junior Competition Guidebook.

 

 

ADULTS

 

2020 DELAWARE Tournament 

Schedule

 

 USTA Tournament Schedule

 

For information regarding adult district rankings, please contact Jeremiah De Jose at jdejose@wilmingtoncc.com.

 

DD Adult Ranking Requirements

 

  • NEW RULE:  Tournament Players please take note that Middle States will no longer be awarding points for byes received.  Additionally, in order to be considered for a year end ranking award one must have played in at least THREE sectional tournaments.  The top six tournaments played will be factored in for year end standings.
  • NEW RULE:  In order to be eligible for a Middle States Section or District year end No. 1 ranking award, players must have played in at least THREE separate tournaments and achieved two round wins.
  • To qualify for a Delaware ranking, adult players must be members in good standing of the USTA. Adults must have legal residence in, work year round in, or be a yearlong member of a club in Delaware.
  • If there are any questions as to whether or not an individual meets eligibility requirements, the individual must contact the adult Ranking Chairperson to let them know of your eligibility status by October 31, 2020.  It is the responsibility of each player to check the ranking lists and report any potential errors in a timely manner to the Ranking Chairperson.
  • All designated state championship tournaments will be weighted double in the computer ranking system.    

 

 

 


 
 


 
 
 
 
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