USTA JTT Registration Information

Lake Norman Tennis Association

Fall REGISTRATIONS OPENS Sept 7, 2018!

JTT Match Times

DivisionsMatch TimeLocation
*Please confirm each match time on your Tennislink schedule!
8 U Rec / Int1:00 pmNorth Meck Park
10 U Rec2:00 pmNorth Meck Park
10 U Int / Adv2:30 pmHome or Away
12 U Rec / Int12:30 pmHome or Away
14 U Rec / Int2:30 pmHome or Away
18 U Rec2:30 pmHome or Away
18 U Int4:00 pmHome or Away

 

 

JTT Registration Dates

ActionSpring SeasonFall Season
Team Registration opensJan 15, 2018Aug 1, 2018
Team Registration closesFeb 16, 2018Sep 7, 2018
Match play beginsMar 11, 2018Sep 23, 2018
Last day to register a playerApr 15, 2018Oct 15, 2018
State TournamentJuly 13 - 15Cary

*The links below will lead you to Tennislink. You’ll need to login to complete registration. Parents, remember to enter your child’s USTA # in order to register him / her.

Register A Player

Create A Team Online

 

Managers: please remember, background checks are required. They are valid for 2 years. It can take up to 15 business days to process. Managers will be notified if their background check needs to be renewed.

Click here for Safe Play Background Checks

 

About Junior Ratings

Players will now have a JNTRP rating for Junior Team Tennis. It will not be public information. The ratings can be seen by the player, manager or league coordinator only. Ratings are dynamic, with no route for appeals.

For additional details regarding Junior ratings, including how to self-rate, click here. NOTE: You will not be required to self-rate your child if they do not have a rating. Please be sure that you review the skill levels for each of the band below before registering your child on a team. Your child’s experience will be best if they are grouped at their skill level. 

Rating Bands:

  • 1.0 – 2.7 Recreational
  • 2.8 – 3.4 Intermediate
  • 3.5 – 7.0 Advanced

 

In addition to age criteria, a player’s standing & points also determine his or her play level.  For example, if your child has N.C. standing with 175 points as of 12 /31/ 2017, or a 2.8 rating, he or she must play Intermediate. For details about each level’s requirements, or to check your child’s point total, please click here. You’ll need to enter his or her USTA number.