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Old 01-27-2012, 01:06 PM   #29
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Originally Posted by LMK5 View Post
That's not the case here in SoCal. There are no points for Novice level wins. In fact they don't even show Novice results in tennisLink. Kids could always play up if they want to. Quickstart may put an end to that for 10 year olds.
Yea part of the lack in uniformity between sections. I was told that is a national rule rarely inforced in most sections.

http://www.florida.usta.com/Juniors-...cription-2010/


1.   Administration of the Tournament

a.    Rookie tournaments are designed for and specifically limited to new players, recreational players, and players with few if any standing points under the Florida point system. 

b.    The events are not open to non-residents, academy or other players with advanced skills, or any player ranked in ANY DIVISION in the top 200 of the Standings List in the    Boy’s and Girl’s 10s or top 400 in the Boy’s and Girl’s 12s, 14s, 16s, and 18s. 

c.    Playing up in an older age division will not be allowed as all players are required to play in their natural age division.

d.    Maximum two (2) day sanction with an emphasis on completing the event in one day when possible.
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