The Universal Tennis Rating is measured from 1.00 to 16.50 therefore, no, you cannot have a rating outside of that range.

Upper and lower bounds of the algorithm help to preserve the distribution of player ratings by skill level.

Modified on: Thu, 26 Mar, 2020 at 7:22 AM

The Universal Tennis Rating is measured from 1.00 to 16.50 therefore, no, you cannot have a rating outside of that range.

Upper and lower bounds of the algorithm help to preserve the distribution of player ratings by skill level.

- Understanding the Algorithm - Complete Summary
- What is a UTR? Why should I have one?
- How is the rating calculated?
- What's the best way to improve my UTR?
- What is the impact of playing against opponents rated lower than I am?
- What is the impact of playing against opponents rated higher or lower than I am?
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- Why did my rating change when I haven't played recently?
- Do some matches not count towards my UTR?
- Why does the algorithm exclude matches with a UTR difference of more than 2.00?
- Why are more than 30 matches being used to calculate my rating?
- I don’t play very often. Can I still have a UTR?
- What is the projected rating? How many matches does it take to go from a projected to a reliable rating?
- Are 8-game pro sets and “4-game set” matches used for ratings?
- How are tiebreakers counted by the algorithm?
- Do unfinished or incomplete matches count towards UTR?
- How does UTR address walkovers, retirements/withdrawals, and defaults?
- Can my rating be changed if it doesn’t look accurate to me?
- How does the algorithm work for doubles?
- What about mixed doubles?
- How are matches with No Ad scoring treated by the algorithm?
- Understanding the Algorithm- PDF
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