Originally Posted by nkbond
Sure, a grievance may be filed on a self-rate. You have to provide a valid and compelling argument to be successful. Happens most frequently as teams head into post-season play and find ringers on potential opposing teams.
agreed - and such a grievance would need to be related to the player in question lying about their specific experience during self rating or past usta playing experience, etc. and you need 'proof' in order for the district or section coordinator to consider it. proof might be a record of that player on a college team or the like and the player in question didn't recognize that in their self rating.
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