What is a Saved Player List? Great question, a Saved Player List allows you to create lists of players you want to track or follow on MyUTR.com.
Hint: This (awesome) feature is for Power Subscribers, interested in learning more? Click here
To access your Saved Players List, first make sure you have activated your player profile (Click here for help activating your player profile) and log into your account. Next, click the green tennis ball at the top right corner of the UTR page. Click Saved Players under the word List on the side tab that appears in the drop-down main menu. You are now on your Saved Players page:
Here you have the option to create a Saved Players List or access an already created Saved Players List. To create a new list click the green + in the left-hand corner of the page, this will open up a Create List screen, you can name your list anything you’d like and then click Save.
To access your Saved Player Lists, click on the grey arrow and a dropdown with your previously created lists will be accessible.
Hint: If you want to delete a list, click on the grey x next to the list.
To add a player to any of your lists, type the player name into the Add Player bar and player names will populate, you are able to click on the correct player name and have that player added to your Player List.
Players in your list are automatically sorted by alphabetical order. To sort a player by Singles or Doubles UTR click on the arrow next to either the word Singles or Doubles and you are now able to see your players sorted highest to lowest or lowest to highest Singles or Doubles UTR.
Hint: The ability to sort players by their Singles or Doubles UTR is only available right now on laptop/desktop. Don’t worry, our upcoming app will fill in the gaps there and make the experience seamless.
If you want to view the profile page of one of your saved players simply click on the name of the player in your list and you will be automatically taken to their profile page.
Awesome job, you’ve now mastered using our Saved Players feature!