Junior Tournaments

Advance your game by getting on the court, learning from the best and connecting with your friends. Competing in Junior Tournaments will help take your game as far as you want to go - high school, college, or the pros.

What Tournament Level Is Right For You?

Florida Section Tournaments are categorized by Levels.  These Levels range from 1 – 8.  Level 8 Tournaments are beginner level Junior Tournaments, and Level 1 Tournaments are the highest level of Junior Tournaments in the U.S.

There are Junior Tournaments for all players whether you are a beginner, intermediate, or advanced.  Use the chart below to find out what Junior Tournament Level is right for you.

Player LevelDefinitionTournament Levels
BeginnerPlayers who are new to tournament play.ROGY &
Level 8
IntermediatePlayers who have some experience and want to earn ranking points.Levels 6 & 7
AdvancedPlayers who are very experienced seeking to compete at higher levels in Florida and/or Nationally. Levels 1 - 6
Find Out More About Junior Tournament Levels

Getting Started

Before you get on court for your first Junior Tournament,
you’ll want to complete a few easy steps:

  1. Become a USTA Member
  2. Create Your USTA Account on TennisLink
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Florida Residency

The Junior Competitive Tennis Council has mandated a strict enforcement of the Florida Residency Requirement for USTA Florida Level 3, 4, & 5 tournaments, endorsement to USTA National events, and Intersectional and Zonal teams. For all these events, USTA Florida follows the USTA Florida Residency rule for USTA Florida tournaments.

Get Florida Residency Instructions

Understanding Rankings

Ranking points can be earned for both the USTA Florida Section and for USTA National.  To find out more about each type of ranking click the links below.

Find Your Ranking


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