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  1. #1

    Tennis levels???

    how do I determine what levels I am? Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WiltonGuy View Post
    how do I determine what levels I am? Thanks.

    Greetings Wilton ~

    Take a moment to view this Thread it may help you. please let us know if it did


    http://www.tennisw.com/forums/showthread.php?t=5959

    Coach
    The only acceptable loss is when your opponent was better than you on that given day.
    It is never acceptable to lose when your opponent was not.

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    Here's the description from the USTA:
    http://www.usta.com/?sc_itemid={A9EA...-5A293C5ED642}

    Here's a video that explains how to self rate - you must join the USTA to do this:
    http://tennislink.usta.com/leagues/H.../ab050000.html

    Be sure to rate yourself fairly - a little higher than yo think you are. If you rate yourself too low you can get in trouble when playing in USA League tennis, as I explained in the post that Coach referenced above. Good luck!
    Last edited by Tennis Angel; 05-11-2009 at 02:10 AM.
    How good can your game get? You too can play like the Pros with The Wegner Method.
    Discuss The Wegner Method here at TW in the MTM forum or visit www.tennisteacher.com for more info.

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    Depends what level you play at.
    If you're a beginner the ranking system may be different as their are many beginners across the world.
    If your more to the experienced/pro side then the rankings will be straight forward and quite obvious.

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