Only 1 singles event in USTA?

Discussion in 'Junior League & Tournament Talk' started by b.termite, Apr 22, 2012.

  1. b.termite

    b.termite Rookie

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    I live in Missouri Valley (don't know if that has anything to do with it). But I remember that about 6 months to a year ago you could enter multiple age divisions for singles.
    But, I have now noticed that you can't at basically every tournament. Is this a new rule or something I just haven't heard of? Or is just certain tournaments?
     
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  2. Tennishacker

    Tennishacker Professional

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    Contact your sectional USTA office.
     
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  3. tennisbuck

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    It seems to me that only small level 5 tournaments will let you do that and it is still the tournament directors decision at those. At futures, sweet 16s, supers, and endorsers you will not be allowed to. I think the rule is meant to keep high level players from doubling up on points. For endorsers it wouldn't make sense to endorse the same person for two age groups.
     
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