Every tennis player can have a UTR to know their level and find fun, competitive play wherever they are. Some players also have a Verified UTR.
So, what’s the difference?
1. Verified UTR reflects your results from only verified events.
2. UTR reflects your results from a broader range of event types, including casual play, verified matches, and practice matches.
Only results from verified third-party event organizers and tournament directors count towards Verified UTR, including:
Events that count towards Verified UTR are heavily vetted to ensure the integrity of a player’s Verified UTR. This is why scores from non-verified events do not count towards Verified UTR.
If you participated in any of the events listed above in the past 12 months, you will have a Verified UTR, which will be displayed by default on your player profile with a blue checkmark.
All players in the UTR system prior to October 1, 2018 automatically have a Verified UTR, because their rating only tracked results from Verified UTR Events as described above.
So, what does it take to become a verified organizer?
Apply to become a Verified Organizer when you create your first Verified Event. To become a Verified Organizer, you must be:
Each Verified UTR Event must have:
Every result recorded from your tennis activity can count towards your UTR, including results from all singles and doubles events and matchplay - like tournaments, camps, round robins, Verified UTR Events, recreational matches, practice matches, or even self-posted scores.
When you have a UTR, you can track your progress by submitting your results from all your tennis play to understand your skill level, improve your game, and find other players at your level anywhere in the world.
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