Poll - Should the USTA publish 2020 year-end NTRP ratings?

164 Votes in 916 days
Created 26th May 2020 - 7:29 AM
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Yes - Just use year-end dynamic rating if played 3 or more matches
71
43%
Yes - Figure out a "Nationals-less" benchmark calculation
5
3%
Yes - But give more lenient appeal thresholds
19
12%
Yes - But only use matches played prior to the suspension of play
13
8%
Yes/No - Only do it for self-rates and appeals, not for everyone else
16
10%
Yes/No - Only do it for self-rates, not for everyone else
4
2%
No - Publish no new ratings, everyone carries over from 2019
34
21%
Other
2
1%
 
  
Please publish year end ratings for players who play 2 or more matches at their ntrp level. Obviously Covid is a major problem (especially for seniors) + my team's first 4 matches were rained out before the USTA shut us down, so it has been difficu
1
1%
Only count league matches where team has no loses.
1
1%
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