HI THERE TENNIS
Do you know the level of your tennis game? If not, you can check
below by using three methods, concentrating on the USTA's proprietary and widely used NTRP rating
system. NTRP means National
Tennis Ratings Program, and part of
it is designed to establish guidelines for self-rating yourself.
If you play at a certain league level (from C to AA), click on
that level and see what the NTRP rating would be. Then check
the meaning of that rating under Method C.
If you guess your level (from Beginner to Advanced), see what
the NTRP ratings level would be. Then check the meaning of that
rating under Method C.
Check the pop-up table for in-depth information about tennis
levels according to the NTRP System.
WHERE DO I GO
If you want to improve your tennis game, if you're a beginner
and want to take the first steps, or if you're a returning player
trying to get back in the game, check out our upcoming clinics
and sign up for some.
If you want to try more competitive match
play in a relaxed setting with fun people, try our Friday night
If you want to become seriously competitive
in a team setting, consider signing up for a USTA Adult League
at your ratings level. Follow this link and find a local USTA League Coordinator in your area to talk
to. When you register for a USTA League team the online functionality
will request you to go through a self-rate process that takes
only a few minutes. Answer the questions honestly and you will
get your first USTA rating. Congratulations! You are on your
way to generating a real NTRP computer rating!
I play league at those levels...
Or, my guess is I am a....
What are the different NTRP levels? Check out the list below
and rate yourself!