1.5: This player has limited experience and is still working primarily on getting the ball into play. 2.0: This player needs on-court experience. This player has obvious stroke weaknesses, but is familiar with basic positions for singles and doubles play. 2.5: This player is learning to judge where the ball is going although court coverage is weak. Can sustain a short rally of slow pace with other players of the same ability.
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Level 5.5 You have mastered power and/or consistency as a major weapon. You can vary strategies and styles of play in a competitive situation and hit dependable shots in a stress situation.
3.5: Player has dependable strokes but lacks variety. 4.0: Similar to 3.5, but more variety. 4.5: Player can vary pace and spin and has a solid serve. 5.0: Player reads the game well, has good variety, plus at least one significant ‘weapon.’ 5.5: Player can use pace and/or consistency as a major weapon. Plays well under pressure. 6.0: Player is highly trained: possibly top college player. 6.5/7.0: World-class player.
5.5: SENIOR ADVANCED: These tennis players have developed power and consistency as a major ...
5.0 Tennis Rating. A person with a 5.0 tennis rating has learned good shot anticipation and can consistently hit different strokes with depth and control. At this level the person can also hit winners and force errors by the opponent. 5.5 Tennis Rating. A tennis rating of a 5.5 has developed powerful shots and can vary styles of shots and perform dependable shots under stress. 6.0 Tennis Rating
5.0 – At 5.0 level, the player becomes pretty confident while playing aggressive volley and half-volley shots right from the mid-court. At this level, your physical and mental strength becomes top notch as compared to the other lower ranked tennis players.
4.5 Advanced Player: Starting to master the use of power and spins; can handle pace, has sound footwork, can control depth of shots and is beginning to vary game plan according to opponents. Can hit first serves with power and accuracy and place the second serve. May have played varsity or college club tennis.
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There are few out of shape 5.0 singles players. If your body fat isn’t below 20% and you don’t have less than a 25 BMI, you’ve got no shot at winning. Therefore, you must get in tip top shape and have the ideal weight if you want to be a 5.0 tennis player. Fitness is less important in doubles. Consistency is key.