Mixed exclusive player self rating as an adult question

beernutz

Hall of Fame
The USTA FAQ on NTRP appears to say that a player with a mixed exclusive rating who is self rating for adult USTA leagues must use the mixed exclusive as the minimum for their self rate level:


Can I use my mixed exclusive rating to play in other divisions?
A mixed exclusive (M) player must self-rate in order to join the Adult, Senior and Super Senior divisions. Mixed Doubles exclusive is a minimum NTRP start level only. A mixed exclusive rating is not supported by any NTRPdynamic disqualification calculation data and is subject to NTRP grievance.

Does that mean what I think it does?
 

beernutz

Hall of Fame
The USTA FAQ on NTRP appears to say that a player with a mixed exclusive rating who is self rating for adult USTA leagues must use the mixed exclusive as the minimum for their self rate level:


Can I use my mixed exclusive rating to play in other divisions?
A mixed exclusive (M) player must self-rate in order to join the Adult, Senior and Super Senior divisions. Mixed Doubles exclusive is a minimum NTRP start level only. A mixed exclusive rating is not supported by any NTRPdynamic disqualification calculation data and is subject to NTRP grievance.

Does that mean what I think it does?
Forgot to add the link to the FAQ, http://www.usta.com/Play-Tennis/USTA-League/Information/ntrp_frequently_asked_questions/#4363
 

SweetH2O

Rookie
What do you think it means?

Seems pretty clear. You have to self-rate for adult leagues at your mixed rating or above.
 

beernutz

Hall of Fame
What do you think it means?

Seems pretty clear. You have to self-rate for adult leagues at your mixed rating or above.
That is what I think too but I didn't want to poison the well. I asked for an interpretation because of the way the USTA phrased that sentence. I would have written it more clearly myself, something like "when self rating for adult leagues, players with a mixed exclusive rating must self rate at a minimum at that rating."
 
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