2014 year-end ratings came out at the beginning of this month, and if you've been reading this blog, you know that these ratings actually included matches played through just 11/9/14. So what happens to the matches after 11/9?
They actually are part of the 2015 league year. That year generally runs from November thru October, the specific end date depends on when Adult Nationals finish, and year-end ratings generally come out the Monday after Thanksgiving (to confuse things though, the USTA gives a year-end rating date of 12/31). So there is no other place for the matches after 11/9 to go than into the 2015 calculations.
So if you've played matches after 11/9, you've actually started 2015 already!
So if you get an Estimated Dynamic NTRP Rating Report now, what do you get? For the next couple days, you actually have a choice. If you'd like your 2015 report showing just the matches since 11/9, I can do that. But if you'd like an "extended" 2014 report, I can still do it thru 12/31. This will show you your normal 2014 report, but just tack on the matches after 11/9 as if it was all part of the same year.
Not only does the extended report save you money by giving you two reports in one in a way, this sort of gives you a "what if" so you can see what your year-end rating might have been if those last few matches had been included in 2014. And I've seen a few cases where someone's rating did go above/below a bump threshold after 11/9.
As always, if interested, contact me!