Universal Tennis Rating (UTR)

To sign up and for more information go to www.universaltennis.com.

What is UTR?
UTR is a 16-point scale which covers all ages, genders, and levels of tennis skill. Whether you are a beginner with a UTR of 1.00 or a pro player with a 16.24, the UTR enables all players to measure their abilities.

How it works
No matter if you play singles or doubles, a friendly match or in an event, give your score to the front desk and we will send the results to UTR to be entered into their system. 

How do I view my results and rating?
Create your own FREE profile on UTR to see all your results and your rating.

Why do I want to have a UTR?
It does not matter what your skill level is. Players as young as 6 playing with a red ball on a mini court will have a rating. Getting all our players having a UTR allows us to run tournaments, clinics and events with players of a similar or equal level. It eliminates blow outs where a player loses 6-0 6-0 and becomes discouraged and never plays in any fun events again.

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Monday to Thursday: 8:30am - 10:00pm
Friday to Sunday: 8:30am - 8:00pm

If no courts are booked, we may close early.


Remembrance Day Weekend

Monday, November 11: 10:00am-4:00pm

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