Join us for Fall Singles by September 30th!
Happy New Year! Take a moment to check out a biography of each of our 17 champions of 2022 by going to the Champions Page
|4.0||Ivan Ursu||Kasia Kobylarz|
|3.75||Edison Deanching||Kristin Adams|
|3.5||Rohit Yalavarthi||Teresa Pajor|
|3.25||Ahad Iftikhar||Emily Fenn|
|3.0||Rajesh Veedulamudi||Kolleen Mooren|
|2.5||Luis Anzaldua, jr.||Cheryll Coffelt|
Here's what you can look forward to in 2023:
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A Brand New Way to Measure Your Progress and Track the Level of Players Throughout the League!
Gladiator Tennis just jumped into the forefront of tennis by teaming up with UTR. All Gladiator Tennis scores, retroactive to 2019, are entered into the UTR Rating system. Gladiator is now the only league in the midwest that actually posts and ranks each player's UTR on its own website. USTA scores are also recorded into UTR, but you cannot go onto the USTA website to see a player's UTR. However, you can do this on our own Gladiator Tennis website, starting NOW! In 2021, we will also begin categorizing all players according to UTR, rather than by the NTRP skill levels (2.5 to 5.0).
What is UTR?
Click this link to get an introduction to what UTR is: What is UTR?
Click this link to see how UTR works: How does UTR work?
-- Novak Djokovic (2022 ATP Finals Champion) 16.25 UTR
-- Iga Swiatek (Women's World #1 Player) 13.19 UTR
-- Hall Fess (2022 Gladiator Playoff Champion - 5.0 Draw) 9.12 UTR
-- Kasia Kobylarz (2022 Gladiator Playoff Champion - 4.0 Draw) 4.87 UTR
|1.||Login to www.gladiatortennis.com|
|2.||Click the "Playoffs" link at the top of the page.|
|3.||Select the year 2022 from the dropdown menu, then select the skill level. You will see the Playoff Points list, with the UTR for every player. We will have 2023 players listed as soon as we begin the Spring Singles season.|
|4.||You can also enter anyone's name into the "Player Search" link and their UTR will appear on their profile - see pic below.|