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The ITF World Tennis Number provides a global standard for players. It is a 40-1 scale, with 40 being a beginner player and 1 being an elite professional. This scale is for all players, regardless of age, gender, or ability. Players will have separate ITF World Tennis Numbers for singles and doubles.
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Yes, you can play divisions above your ages
all draws will be published the day before the tournament starts, at 6:00 pm
The WTN algorithm uses match results from 2016 onwards to calculate a player’s number. When players compete, it analyses the pre-match rating of both players. The algorithm then predicts what it thinks the outcome of the match will be. Players’ WTNs will change depending on the actual match score and how it compares to the prediction. The more results the system holds, the better the algorithm will understand a player’s ability, and therefore, its “confidence” in the player’s Number will increase. Match results are analyzed at a set level, meaning the algorithm takes into account each individual set as its own result.
UTR platform uploads all the USTA/WTN matches and most probably it will stay that way. If any there will be any update, it will be posted in this section
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