What to expect from Round Robin
A Round Robin is a single event, non-elimination tournament draw format, that lasts for only up to a half-day. This event format is designed for junior recreational players who are looking to try a tournament experience that allows them to compete as an individual or a doubles team. A Round Robin encourages players by guaranteeing individual match play. Tournament Directors will do their best to place players in groups based on their rating and level of experience, including orange, green, and yellow ball. This will help ensure an appropriate competitive level and positive sportsmanship through level-based play.
The USTA Junior Circuit is a new program that utilizes a non-elimination round robin draw format for Middle/High School players to gain match play experience in a tournament setting with a focus on individual results. This experience will encourage players to develop their skills through level-based play and demonstrate good sportsmanship.