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Old 03-13-2013, 04:31 PM   #13
Hodgey20
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Originally Posted by Coach Carter View Post
These questions are useless because THE USTA RATINGS SYSTEM IS A SELF RATED SYSTEM...and it doesn't mean squat in the NCAA/NAIA. I realize players want to hear if you _____, then you can make this _______ team, but it's just not that cut and dry. You have to be in the right place at the right time and have put in the work and probably most importantly in tennis...dealt with the pressure of the tennis matches at the right time when you needed to. Play as much as you can and meet as many people as you can...get in front of coaches and most importantly, FIND A SCHOOL AND TEAM THAT FITS YOU. Geez!!! There is no magic formula.........
COuldnt agree more with this post. There is no set level to be eligible to be DI, DII, or DIII. If you are good enough at a tryout or a challenge match while the coach is watching, your in.
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