The competitive structure of any sport is an essential reason why people participate. In fact, for so many competitors, a key to improvement is knowing just where you stand.
For this reason, competitive levels (professional to social) are key components for many sports to thrive for all its constituents. The competitive structure is a key tool to achieving our stated objective of having more and better competitors and building a pathway capable of supporting sustainable excellence.
With its official launch in January 2009, Rogers Rankings is Canada’s new national tennis rankings system, giving tennis players an exceptionally accurate provincial and/or Canadian national ranking.
In addition, the Tennis Canada self-rating guide helps players assess their ability to match skill level with peers when entering events or club activities.