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About the Hot 100

The Hot 100 is a list of players who are currently playing excellent tennis and moving quickly up the rankings. These lists - one for boys and one for girls - are updated monthly and published in the third week of the month.

TennisRecruiting.net awards points to players for increasing their College Recruiting List ranking. Players with the highest point totals - and whose current ranking is higher than their ranking at any time over the previous 5 months - are placed on the monthly Hot 100 List. Players must also have a winning player record in the month of consideration.

 

List Characteristics

Points are awarded as follows:

Points Awarded For
10 points Places improved in Top 50
9 points Places improved in 51-100
8 points Places improved in 101-150
7 points Places improved in 151-200
6 points Places improved in 201-250
5 points Places improved in 251-300
4 points Places improved in 301-350
3 points Places improved in 351-400
2 points Places improved in 401-450
1 points Places improved over 450

For example, a player who improves her ranking from 53 to 48 during a month will earn 47 points for the Hot 100: 27 points (i.e., 9x3) for improving from 53 to 50, and an additional 20 points (i.e., 10x2) for moving from 50 to 48.

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