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Universal Tennis Rating (UTR) is an international tennis rating system that connects millions of tennis players around the world to help them find better matches locally. UTR reflects a player’s current skill level based on head-to-head match scores, and rates all players across age, gender and nationality on the same 16-point scale.
> Read the Australian Ranking Tournament Rules and Regulations . Protected Australian Ranking. Tennis Australia allows athletes that have been injured or suffered a significant illness to apply for a protected Australian ranking, so when they return to competition they are not disadvantaged. In order to be eligible for a protected Australian Ranking, an athlete: must have been out of competition a minimum of six (6) months and a maximum of two (2) years; and, must be ranked inside the top ...
Men’s singles. Following his fourth-round run at Indian Wells, Alex de Minaur remains the top-ranked Australian in the latest ATP Tour men’s singles rankings.. James Duckworth sets a new career-high ranking at world No.52, while Max Purcell is also at a new career-best of No.175.
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Marc Polmans (UTR 14.73) leads the men’s draw in Melbourne from tomorrow, with Storm Sander (UTR 12.48) the top seed of the women’s event. In Brisbane, Jason Kubler (UTR 14.84) and Lizette Cabrera (UTR 12.48) are respectively seeded No.1 in the men’s and women’s draws.
UTR Pro Match Series : 9 UTR Pro Tennis Series : 1 UTR Pro Tennis Series 5 : 9 Rancho Santa Fe ITF : 3 Florence (USA) ITF : 3 Lagos (Port.) ITF : 2 Lima 2 ITF : 3 UTR Pro Tennis Series 6 : 6 Antalya 27 ITF : 1 Cancun 37 ITF : 3 Kazan 2 ITF : 1 Monastir 5 ITF : 1 Norman ITF : 3 Piracicaba ITF : 3 Sharm El Sheikh 12 ITF : 1 Sozopol 3 ITF : 4 UTR Pro Match Series : 6
The Australian Ranking generally operates on a 12 months period. However, because of COVID-19 and the absence of AR tournaments the rolling period has been extended to 24 months. Example: A player’s results from the last week of March 2019 will still be relevant their ranking until the first new ranking iteration in April 2021.