Level 6 Tournaments
Player Selection Type
A Level 6 tournament (the satellite level) is a progression level.
The SCTA Junior Competition Committee HIGHLY recommends the
If you have won three (3) Level 6 (satellite) tournaments by
winning three (3) or more matches within those tournaments, you
1. Play Level 5 tournaments in the same age division.
2. Play Level 6 tournaments in the next highest age division.
LEVEL 7 TOURNAMENT (NOVICE)
This type of tournament is for players who have not competed in
junior tournaments or who have very little tournament experience.
Level 7 tournaments do not count toward SCTA ranking. These rules
do not apply to the 8 and under division.
1. No player who has won a match (not including defaults or byes)
in the main draw of any SCTA Level 1-5 junior tournament (open)
will be eligible for Level 7 events.
2. Players who win 2 rounds in a main draw (not including defaults
or byes) of a SCTA Level 6 junior tournament (satellite) are not
eligible to participate in Level 7 events.
3. Players who win 2 Level 7 tournaments (with draws of 6 or more)
must move up to Level 6Tournaments, regardless of the age
division(s) they won.
4. Various formats may be used at these events. Most Level 7
tournaments will be round robin with multiple opponents.
5. Level-7 events count towards "Youth Progression" points
ATTENTION ALL SPECTATORS
(INCLUDES PARENTS, COACHES, RELATIVES, FRIENDS, ETC.)
In an effort to promote a more enjoyable and fair experience for
all, the following policy is in immediate force and effect, and
shall be diligently and stringently enforced. USTA Southern
California (SCTA) has implemented a"ZERO TOLERANCE"policy
for improper behavior.
1. Any attempt by a spectator to speak to an officialregarding a
line call or other ruling during match play shall be cause for
immediate removal from the playing area and, if warranted, from the
2. Any spectator behavior deemed unacceptable towards a player,
other spectator or staff member shall be cause for immediate
removal from the playing area or the entire premises. If said
behavior is directed towards a player, either before, during or
after a tournament, it shall result in an automatic and immediate
suspension of that spectator's right to attend USTA Southern
California tournaments, for a period of time to be determined by
the USTA Southern California Grievance and Sportsmanship
3. Refusal to adhere to a removal request shall trigger immediate
enforcement of the point penalty system against the player with
whom the spectator is involved (per point penalty system
regulations), including possible immediate default.
4. The On-Site Official is the SOLE judge regarding unacceptable
Umpire/Spectator communication, whether it be about a ruling or any
other facet of a tennis event is prohibited while a match is in
progress. Being a parent, coach, etc. does not endow special
privileges. With the only exception of the right to remove their
own child from competition at any time, a parent or coach is merely
a spectator. REMOVAL IS NOT SUBJECT TO APPEAL.
No Selection Process. All registered players will be selected.
Entry to this tournament is open to all USTA members. Entries must be submitted by Tuesday, November 5, 2019 11:59:00 PM Pacific Time. Only USTA members can register online if available.
In the future, you can jump straight to this tournament by entering the tournament identification number: 650056119 from the searchable schedule homepage.
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