Please report your match results. Scores affect Automatic Player Matching and your Ranking.

Please report your scores. They play a part in how we connect players.

We’d like to ask you to take a minute and report your match results, if you’ve played any matches recreationally or as part of the Player Matching Program.

The benefit of reporting match results is that it informs the player system, which can then connect you to more compatible players.

It’s better to report a score (even if you lost), than to not report anything. This way we know you’re an active player and can suggest you to other active players.


How to report your scores. You have 2 options.

Option 1. If you have Premium Plan with Player Matching.

1) First, Login to your profile 

2) Go to the Games tab, click on the Report Scores button

Or…

Option 2. If you played recreationally, anyone can use this.

1) First, Login to your profile

2) Find your opponent (go to your Messages and find a conversation with them), click on their name and then click on the green Report Scores button.


3) Finally, enter your scores and click Submit score button:

Your match history is not only important to other players, who can decide whether you might be a good match for them, based on their playing record, but also earns you a spot in the Tennis Round player rankings Leaderboard.

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US Tennis Congress 2015

We’re super excited to announce a great tennis training event in Tucson, Arizona that will take place in October.
For the serious tennis players looking for high performance training this is a must attend event, so book a spot today!
Created by serious tennis players for serious players, the United States Tennis Congress event is designed to give passionate adults (low-intermediate through high-performance NTRP 5.0) access to world-class training usually reserved only for top juniors and professionals.

Join fellow tennis fanatics and 65 master professionals, Grand Slam legends, physical conditioning coaches and sport psychology experts, and equipment gurus from all around the world for a uniquely fun and inspiring experience covering all aspects of training necessary to improve your game– on and off the court.

Do you wish you could train like the pros with the best tennis minds and coaches in the world?
If so, we recommend you consider registering ASAP for the 2015 United States Tennis Congress, to be held October 8 (6pm) – October 11 (9pm) in Tucson, AZ — winner of Tennis Industry magazine’s “Most Innovative Tennis Event of the Year” award in 2014.