USTA year-end ratings came out a few weeks ago and everyone is now busy forming teams for the 2013 season that begins for some sections and leagues right away in January.
However, in the Pacific Northwest, our 2013 Mixed season is just wrapping up. As such, I thought it would be interesting to take a look at what players' ratings would be if just their mixed matches were used to calculate their rating. I've just posted the list for Northwest Washington on the site. Given that the USTA doesn't include mixed matches in calculating ratings for players that play enough gender specific matches, these mixed ratings may or may not be close to what one's actual dynamic rating is. But, it does represent a good estimate of what one's mixed exclusive rating might be.
Because the USTA calculates year-end ratings in November and I believe uses matches played through the end of October, the ratings list I've posted is for all play since 11/1 and includes matches played last weekend. This is effectively a glimpse into what a 2013 mixed exclusive rating might be as of right now.
So, take a look and let me know what you think.
And even though the 2012 year-end ratings are out, I'm still getting requests for and creating Estimated Dynamic NTRP reports. If you'd still like one, let me know.