How do I set my child up with an account?

It’s great that you want to use UTR with your kids, here are a few key pointers to get started!

  • UTR is built around the Player Profile; this is the webpage that shows a player's history, their picture, their preferences etc. 

  • Player Profiles are claimed by a user who can customize and manage all aspects of this Player Profile. 

  • Each player requires their own account at MyUTR.com and own unique email login (Example: if you’re a family with three tennis-loving kids, each child will need their own account and own email.)

  • This is especially important for players participating in UTR Events as the player profile is what's used to register them for their tournament.

Hint: Free email addresses to create accounts can be made at sites like gmail.com, hotmail.com

To see our top ten customer questions and answers, click here.

We welcome children of all ages to create an account on MyUTR.com! 

Ready to get started?

Parents or guardians must complete this process on behalf of their child.

Follow These Steps To Create Your Child’s Account:

Step 1: Go to MyUTR.com

Step 2: Click Get Rated and sign up with your child's email address (so they can manage their profile as they grow up).

Hint: Each child requires their own unique email account - free email addresses can be found at sites like gmail.com and hotmail.com

Step 3: Fill out the profile with the information of your child as this process is building their player profile.

Step 4: Input their correct birthday.

Step 5: Agree that you are a parent entering information for your player under 13.

Step 6: Click Continue as a Player

Now you are ready to register for your first event! Click here to find events in your area!


Want more information about Player Profiles?

Can Children Under 13 Have an Account at MyUTR.com?

What's a Player Profile?

How do I Change the Displayed UTR Shown on a Player Profile?

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