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Founded in 1955, USTA Colorado (the Colorado Tennis Association) is a district affiliate of the United States Tennis Association, and the governing body of tennis in Colorado. Its mission is to promote and develop the growth of tennis in Colorado, coordinating recre-ational and competitive tennis opportunities for players of all ages, abilities, and backgrounds. A not-for-profit organization, USTA Colorado invests 100% of its resources into growing the game.
We provide grants to organizations that want to introduce tennis to their commu-nities and we offer scholarships to junior players who seek to take their game to the next level. We coordinate adult league play for 35,000 players across the state, and offer programs for junior players of all ages and abilities. Our sanctioned tournament schedule offers more than 160 events this year, including opportunities for wheelchair athletes. The Colorado junior tournament formats have been redesigned so as to be more player and parent-friendly by offering guaranteed multiple matches and short-ened events.
We are in the parks. We are in recreation centers and in private clubs. We are in schools helping physical education teach-
ers introduce our kids to a game that they can play for a lifetime, keeping them fit and healthy. We believe that fundamental tennis principles like sportsmanship, hard work and personal responsi-bility translate into every area of life. Through tennis we are help-ing people realize their potential both on and off the court.
We are 23,000 members strong, but our scope is not confined to those players alone. We represent the nearly 500,000 tennis play-
ers in our state, providing information and opportunities to play for each and every one of them. We reach out to all play-ers, including those of diverse cultural backgrounds, mentally and physically challenged athletes, and under-served communities. Diversity and Inclusion is a strategic priority for USTA Colorado and one of our core values.
We invite you to find out more about the lifetime sport of tennis. We will help you find a court, find a program, find a league or find a team. We will help you put the FUN back in FITNESS. So whether you want to learn to play tennis, get back into the sport, or just find more opportunities to play the game, we’re here to help.
BACK ROW: Jarret Sutphin, Kent Waryan, Fritz Garger, Kurt Desautels, Jason Colter, Dan Lewis, Jason Rogers. FRONT ROW: Kristy Harris, Lisa Schaefer, Paula McClain, Anita Cooper, Taylor McKinley.
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USTA COLORADOGates Tennis Center3300 E Bayaud Ave Suite 201Denver 80209phone: 303/695-4116toll free: 800.531.7438fax 1: 303/695-7631fax 2: 303/695-6302web: COLORADOTENNIS.com
2015 BOARD OF DIRECTORS*DELEGATES AT-LARGE
Brett Haberstick (Nederland), PresidentEd Anderson (Thornton)
Laurie Anderson (Greeley), SecretaryTaryn Archer (Denver), Past President
John Martinez (Denver)Rachel Morley (Denver)
Carolyn Peters (Highlands Ranch), TreasurerGeorge Tavarez (Castle Rock)
Debbie Yoder (Denver)
REGIONAL REPRESENTATIVESAaron Clay (Western Slope)Carol Baily (Mountain)Angela Finan (Boulder), Vice PresidentDave Hill (Northern Colorado)Mike Humphrey (Southern Colorado)
SPECIAL CATEGORY MEMBERS Barry Riddle (Colorado Tennis Umpires Association)Nora Harrison (Diversity)Ron Steege (US Professional Tennis Association)Bill Trubey (Wheelchair Tennis)
* Several positions are up for election at the USTA Colorado Annual Meeting in March 2015
Executive Director, USTA CO/CYTFx204 [email protected]
Administrative Assistantx200 [email protected]
Accountant720/535-7218 [email protected]
Junior Leagues Directorx207 [email protected]
Community Youth Tennis [email protected]
Adult League Programs Director, IT Coordinatorx202 [email protected]
Adult League Coordinatorx210 [email protected]
Adult League Coordinatorx206 [email protected]
NTRP Coordinator & USTA Flex League Coordinatorx225 [email protected]
Community Development Directorx300 [email protected]
Community Youth & School Tennis Coordinatorx301 [email protected]
Associate Executive Director, USTA CO/CYTFx201 [email protected]
Competitive Tennis/Player Development:
Player Development & Tournaments Directorx205 [email protected]
Marketing & Diversity Directorx220 [email protected]
Communications & Creative Director x203 [email protected]
Information Technology & Technical Support Directorx303 [email protected]
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COMMUNITY TENNIS 7Including:
Air Force Academy 29Broadmoor Back CoverCoatings, Inc 2Colorado Athletic Clubs Inside Back Cover CAC Monaco Junior Tennis Academy 34Colorado Junior Team Tennis 31Colorado Tennis Hall of Fame 13Colorado Tennis Umpires Association 56Colorado Wheelchair Tennis Foundation 10Colorado Youth Tennis Foundation 6Crosscourt Solutions 46Debbie Boose Memorial Tournament 50Denver Tennis Club 48Game Set Match, Inc. 41Greenwood Athletic & Tennis Club 7Highland Meadows Fitness & Tennis 37
KIND Snacks 35Larry Lewis Tennis 36Life Time Fitness 14Meadow Creek Tennis & Fitness 1, 51 Nike Sports Camps 30Punk Relic Charity Doubles Tournament 33, 52Ranch Country Club 10Renner Sports Surfaces 12Rocky Mountain Tennis Center 40South Suburban Parks & Recreation 49Subaru Inside Front CoverUSTA Flex Leagues 53USTA League Tennis 43Vail Racquet Club 11Weil Tennis Academy 28
COLORADO TENNIS (USPS #013-371)
is published quarterly
(January, April, July, October/November)
by USTA Colorado
3300 E Bayaud Ave, Suite 201
Denver, CO 80209.
Free subscriptions are available,
contact the editor.
Periodical postage paid at
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3300 E Bayaud Ave #201
COLORADO TENNIS Kurt Desautels, Editor
Phone: 303.695.4116 x203
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Through the lifetime sport of tennis, the Colorado Youth Tennis Foundation promotes the physical, emotional and social development of all youth to aspire to become active, productive and responsible citizens.
The CYTF offers Program Grams (awarded to organizations that are developing or expanding tennis programs available to youth) and Individual Player Scholarships (providing funds to players of all abilities, age 18 years and under, who demonstrate financial need).
The deadline to apply for financial aid is April 1 (Primary deadline) and October 1 (Secondary deadline).
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GREENWOOD TENNIS CLUB
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Through the USTA School Tennis program, USTA Colorado offers support, resources and equipment incentives to school for little to no cost. Through our partnership with schools, we seek to enrich the lives of elementary, middle and high school youngsters by giving students an opportunity to learn the basic skills of ten-nis through their physical education classes, and then developing extracurricular tennis playing programs. The program includes a free training workshop for physical education teachers which gives them the skills and materials necessary to teach tennis. Teachers gain access to a comprehensive step by step curriculum, dis-counted equipment and free student assemblies. The end result is that students are becoming more fit, and having fun doing it, while learning some of the basic skills in a sport that will last them a lifetime.
Then, whether it’s a Kids Tennis Club, Lunchtime Tennis, intramurals or leagues, USTA is committed to providing the training, exper-tise and resources you need to give kids in elementary, middle or high school the opportunity to play and have fun outside of the school day.
Over the last 15 years, USTA Colorado has helped introduce more than 750,000 kids to tennis through their physical education class-es, and is searching for new schools to partner with across the state. In 2015, USTA Colorado expects to be actively involved with more than 200 schools, reaching upwards of 75,000 students.
TENNISCOMMUNITYSome of the ways USTA Colorado is active in the tennis community:
USTA SCHOOL TENNIS
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TURNING OLD RACQUETS INTO NEW DREAMS
may arguably be coaching the most unique high school tennis team in Colorado. Hollenbeck, the head girls tennis coach at Denver South High School who also coaches the boys in the fall, had 50 girls out for the girls’ team this past spring. Thirty-one of those girls came from other countries.
Hollenbeck said Denver South’s culturally diverse enrollment includes one-third of its students from the local neighborhoods, one-third are choice students from other areas and one-third from other countries who are in the school’s English Language Acquisition (ELA) program, which is designed to teach students who speak languages other than English how to understand, speak, read and write in English.
“There’s two reasons they’re in the United States. In general, they want to pursue a better education or lifestyle, and they’re refugees,” said Hollenbeck, a special education paraprofessional at Denver South.
Sixty-two percent of Hollenbeck’s team comes from all over the world including Burma, Thailand, Mongolia, China, Rwanda, Iraq, Libya, Pakistan, Somalia, Korea and Sudan.
“All of the countries, except for a couple of them, are in difficult parts of the world,” Hollenbeck said.
Tennis has been the saving grace for the girls.“On the court, I run into language barriers,” Hollenbeck said. “I’m really good at hand
signals now. The good news about these kids is they’re so anxious and eager to learn, and they really try hard. Their attendance is nearly perfect.”
Prior to the season, 25 of the girls had no tennis racquets, so the supplied Hollenbeck with racquets that
fit every girl. “I cannot tell you how meaningful it was to the girls. They don’t get things like that often
where people just hand you stuff and don’t expect anything from it,” Hollenbeck said. “I use it as a vehicle to promote goodwill and happiness.”
Saje Zargelin (Libya), Fatuma Mugoya (Kenya),Honey Hodafo (Somalia).
Are you inspired to turn old racquets into new dreams?
Visit COLORADOTENNIS.com and learn where you can
drop your donation.
Organizations/individuals in need are invited to submit an equipment
request at any time.
Special thanks to our partners at the USPTA Foundation for their
financial support of Racquets For All.
Promoting the growth and development of people through tennis.
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Colorado Wheelchair Tennis Foundation
For more information about Wheelchair Tennis, please
visit CWTF.net or contact us at
WHEELCHAIR PLAYERS DEVELOP INDEPENDENCE, SELF-CONFIDENCEWheelchair tennis is one of the fastest growing wheelchair sports in the country. Rules are
the same as stand-up tennis, except the wheelchair player is allowed two bounces of the ball, which makes it easy to pair a chair player and a stand-up player together for doubles, or even allow wheelchair competitors to participate in any sanctioned league or tournament without any other special considerations. One popular format is One-Up, One-Down doubles, which allows those with disabilities the opportunity to share in activities with their able-bodied peers and family and increases the playing opportunities available to players in wheelchairs.
While wheelchair tennis is a competitive sport, it offers participants much more. Brad
it gives them their lives back."
ADAPTIVE TENNIS OPENS DOORS FOR EVERY ATHLETE
The game of tennis can be adapted to accommodate any age, environment, condition or dis-ability. USTA Colorado seeks to promote and develop recreational tennis opportunities for individu-als with varying abilities and cir-cumstances through inclusion, knowledge and support.
Special Olympics tennis pro-grams are based in communi-ties across Colorado, and need players and volunteers to share their passion for tennis with par-ticipants.
Singles, doubles & unified doubles
(non-disabledplayer partners with a disabled
player) divisions for most ability
Contact Vicky Matarazzo , at 303/887-6056.
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ADOPT A COURT GRANTS A collaborative effort by the USTA, USTA Intermountain and USTA
Colorado helped Rocky Mountain Tennis Center rebuild after the historic floods in September 2013 destroyed much of the facility.
Through the USTA Facility Assistance Program and USTA Adopt A Court grants, Rocky Mountain Tennis Center was awarded $30,000 to resurface and repair eight existing tennis courts that were dam-aged by last year’s floods. A check presentation took place on June 12, 2014 at Rocky Mountain Tennis Center.
“We are committed to enhancing and building more tennis facili-ties in communities across the country,” said Kurt Kamperman,
Chief Executive, Community Tennis, USTA. “This program allows us to assist in the development process of providing usable tennis venues to people of all ages, abilities and backgrounds to play and enjoy the health benefits of our great game.”
At the local level, USTA Colorado has allocated over $100,000 since 2004 in Adopt A Court grants to help support public tennis facility enhancements, renovations, and new construction projects.
USTA Colorado has invested more than
$100,000 into the Colorado tennis
community through its Adopt A Court
The deadline to apply for an Adopt A Court
grant is April 1, with a secondary deadline of
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Rich Tennis History
Visit the COLORADO TENNIS HALL OF FAMEin the Joan Birkland Pavilion
at Gates Tennis Centeror visit us online at
Each year, the Colorado tennis community comes together in January to honor individuals who have made outstanding contributions to tennis in our state at the annual Colorado Tennis Hall of Fame & Annual Awards Gala. You can also help USTA Colorado recognize the outstanding achievements of players, coaches, organizers and supporters in the tennis community.
Nominate someone for a USTA Colorado Annual Award. Forms for the Hall of Fame and for the Annual Awards are available online. The deadline for the Hall of Fame Class of 2015 is July 15. Annual Award nominations are due September 15.
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How to use the Official Publication of T
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Getting started with tennis is easy and fun. Experience the game firsthand at
and through , or hitting
with friends/family on your local court, even driveway tennis. Most tennis facilities — public and private — offer introductory programs to help get your child in the swing of the game.
Ask about the right ball & the right court...it matters!
There is no age limit to learning tennis.
Already know the basics, but aren't ready to test your skills out on the competition? Jumpstart your learning at
, or find a program at your local Park & Rec or tennis facility.
Tennis is a great team sport, and
provides kids the opportunity to learn and compete on a team and be with their friends. Matches and practices are team-based and fun because kids have the support of teammates and coaches. Colorado JTT has divisions for junior players at a variety of skill levels—Futures (entry-level), Challenger (intermediate) and Championship (advanced). Age divisions begin at 10 and under.
get kids com-peting in a fun, low-key environment. These com-petitions are organized in formats that allow children to serve, rally and score against multiple opponents.
Win or lose, Play Days encourage kids to improve their skills without worry-ing about the outcome of a match.
Play Days are the perfect companion to team tennis and tournaments.
offer a wide variety of formats to accommodate players of virtually any age and skill level. Events are categorized by age, ranging from 8-18. Level 8 events are entry-level (Futures), Level 7 events are for intermediate play (Challenger), and Levels 3-6 events are for advanced players (Championship) seeking the highest level of competition in the six-state Intermountain Section. Level 1-2 events are for players qualifying for National competition. Colorado’s multiple-match, single-day A.C.E format guarantees a player-friendly experience while also helping parents manage their kids’ busy schedules.
FREE MEMBERSHIP: Sanctioned tournaments require a valid USTA mem-bership. USTA Colorado will provide all first-time tournament players with a free membership, and the USTA offers free memberships to kids 10 and under.
MEMBERSHIP NOT REQUIRED: A USTA membership is not required to play Colorado Junior Team Tennis. For less than $30, players get 7 weeks of matches dur-ing the summer plus the chance to compete at the State Championships.
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Experience the fun, excitement and competitive tennis environment of a
. Competitions are skill-based (NTRP) or age-based
(Championship and Senior). There are even divisions where you can
compete with your spouse, your parents or your
children (Family). There are also
organized events for wheelchair
Already know the basics, but aren't ready to test your skills out on the competition? Jumpstart your learning at a drills session with your local tennis facility.
allow individuals to schedule matches when
and where it’s conve-nient. Great for new and returning players, play-
ers new to town, and players wanting to meet
new players in match competition — singles,
doubles and mixed. Players receive a 6-8 match schedule to be
completed over a two-month season.
classes keep play-ers in their target heart-rate zone so they can burn the most calories and get the best workout possible in the hour-long sessions. Rather than being about "playing" tennis, its more about training and the great cardiovas-cular workout the program provides.
USTA Colorado offers one of the nation's largest recreational
programs, with more than 35,000 players across the state. Play singles, doubles, or give mixed doubles a try. There are leagues for men, leagues for women, and even leagues that can lead you to the National Championship. You can find a team almost anywhere… in your town and city, through facilities, park and recs, homeowners associations, and more. Find a league that's right for you and your lifestyle on page 45.
Getting started with tennis is easy and fun. Experience the game firsthand at
and at your local public or private tennis facility, many of which offer introductory programs to help intro-duce you to the sport.
There is no age limit to learning tennis.
MEMBERS ONLY: All adult leagues and sanctioned tournaments require a valid USTA membership for participation (except for Flex Leagues).
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KIDS & TENNIS: A NATURAL FITTennis is one of the most popular sports in the United States and is the
second most-played sport worldwide. Free or low-cost courts are available in nearly every community
at schools and parks, and organized programs for kids are common throughout the country. All a child needs to get started is a racquet and some tennis balls. The cost of an introductory racquet and balls is extremely reasonable so the starting expense of playing tennis is among the lowest of any sport.
Tennis provides children with a place they can go and be independent, meet friends and be active. It also provides kids with a way of meeting new friends whenever they move to a new area. Whether it is moving to a new school or to a new home, the local tennis court will always provide great social opportunities.
There is a starting point for every child who is introduced to tennis. The first experience might be on a playground with friends, or it may be in the driveway with a parent or family member. Really, it could be in any number of settings—at school during physical education class, during recess, or in a before- or after-school program. Many youth program providers also offer tennis, generally in after-school or summer programs, and introductory tennis classes are common in most communities in Colorado and are typically offered by parks, camps or clubs.
However it happens, once your child has that first experience and develops a perceived level of ability—the thought that, “Hey, I can do this”—it is important to identify opportunities for your child to participate. Your child has several options when they begin the sport, and its important that the are given opportunities to develop at their own pace and participate in events with other kids of similar ability levels.
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This player is developing consistency when hitting medium-paced shots, but lacks execution when trying for directional control, depth or pace. Player is learning court coverage. Beginning to learn correct positioning for singles and doubles. Entering competition for the first time.
This player has achieved improved stroke dependability but may still lack depth and variety. Can occasionally force errors when serving. Court coverage is improving. Rallies may be lost due to impatience, or lack of confidence in shots.
Player has dependable strokes and has begun to vary the use of pace and spins. Court coverage is exceptional. Uses first serve as a weapon and can place the second serve. Players are beginning to develop game plans based on strengths and weaknesses.
As juniors grow in both skill and experience, they can find competitive opportunities to suit their level of play. In both team (Junior Team Tennis) and individual (Sanctioned Tournaments) events, USTA Colorado offers three levels of competition — Futures, Challenger, Championship — that correspond to the skill levels listed above.
As kids play more matches and improve their technique, strategy and court coverage, there are a variety of new challenges for them on the horizon. This year, there are more than 130 sanctioned junior tournaments in Colorado (many of which are now completed in 1-2 days), giving players of all levels across the state the opportunity to experience competition against similarly-skilled players. For a glimpse at the various levels of sanctioned competition, see page 22-23.
At every stage of a junior player's development, there is a combination of age-appropriate equip-ment and formats that helps a child learn while having fun. ROGY is the acronym for the progression of balls that young players use as they grow older, beginning with low-compression balls and later to the traditional balls that virtually everyone is famil-iar with. See where your child fits using the graphic on page 21.
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USTA Colorado advocates getting kids playing as quickly and capably as possible in a fun, welcoming environment. Each of these programs are integral development components of a young player's progression in the sport. Kids don’t “graduate” from one to the other, they should continually use each play opportunity as a way to improve their skills, strategy and tactics.
Kids Tennis Clubs
USTA School Tennis
Play DaysMatch PlayGroup Play
EAt every stage of a junior player's development, there is a combination of age-appropriate equipment and events that are outlined in the Colorado Tennis Junior Pathway.
While not all players progress at the same rate, the pathway has been designed to assist parents and coaches in assessing where their young player(s) will be most comfortable.
Competition is an essential component of learning and enjoying any sport.
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COLORADO SANCTIONED COMPETITION
JUNIOR TEAM TENNIS
JUNIOR TEAM TENNIS
JUNIOR TEAM TENNIS
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31 tiebreak game to 7;or Best of 3 tiebreak games to 7;or Timed match
1 short set, no-ad(7-pt tiebreak at 4-4); orTimed match
Best of 3 no-ad sets(7-pt tiebreak at 4-4,tiebreak in lieu of 3rd set)
Best of 3 no-ad sets(7-pt tiebreak at 4-4,tiebreak in lieu of 3rd set)
1 standard set, no-ad 1 standard set, no-ad
LEVEL 8 (FUTURES)LEVEL 7/7+ (INTERMEDIATE)LEVEL 6 (CHAMPIONSHIP)
A better tournament experience is as easy as....
*Check the notes section on the tournament home page for specific details on the scoring format.
How ACE works...
Playing in a single, all-day event against a vari-ety of opponents provides a much more social atmosphere than a lose-one-and-you're-done experience. In addition, ACE benefits parents by alleviating the challenge of having to reschedule their lives around dropping off their young players for tennis tournaments at various hours of the day for an entire week.
Compass draw and round-robin formats are ideal for junior players looking to practice the skills they are learning from their coaches, who can help players recognize mistakes and correct them over the course of a day of matches. This repeat-ed feedback can greatly benefit young players who are experi-encing competitive tennis for the first time.
The ACE format requires all sanctioned entry-level (Level 8/Futures) and intermediate (Level 7/Challenger) events to guar-antee entrants three abbreviated matches, which keeps the competition fresh and player-friendly.
Player-Friendly Formats (round-robin & compass)
Providing a better tournament tennis experience for youth
players is vital to helping kids embrace competition.
In an effort to make changes that will benefit both players and
parents, USTA Colorado adopted the multiple match
A(bbreviated) C(ompetitive) E(xperience)
format, or ACE, in 2014.
In 2015, all entry-level (Level 8/Futures) and intermediate (Level 7/
Challengers) events have adopted the ACE format.
ACE puts Colorado at the forefront of a growing movement across the
country that challenges the age-old standard of forcing inexperienced
competitors into week-long single-elimination events:
the traditional lose-one-and-you're-done scenario.
SPECTATING 101:Keep all comments positive and supportive of both play-ers. Winning a tennis match is hard enough; players don't need the additional pressure of spectators
voicing their frustrations or offering "assistance" during the match.
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FINDING THE RIGHT EVENT:There are more than 130 junior events listed in the 2015 Big Book of Colorado Tennis, but figuring out which tournament to play can be intimidating. Parents are encouraged to review the BIG BOOK for DUMMIES sec-tion, as well as the Player Overview page. When your son
or daughter is ready for tournament play, scan the Tournament listings for the right level — L8 (Futures), Level 7 (Challenger) and Level 6 (Championship) — and the appropriate age/gender division. Be on the lookout for the icons which will help you quickly identify the right event based on the type of ball your child is using.
RESOLVING JTT CONFLICTS:Junior Team Tennis and tournament play are great com-panions, and young players are encouraged to do both. Any Junior Team Tennis players who discovers schedul-ing conflicts with a local tournament should contact
the Tournament Director immediately. Directors are required to accommodate the player if the match falls on a Monday during the Junior Team Tennis league season.
KNOW THE BASICS:While it's unreasonable to expect even a seasoned player to know all 300+ pages of the Official Rules of Tennis plus the 50-odd pages of The Code, it is extremely important that all players know the basics of tennis etiquette and scoring.
COACHING:Tennis teaches many valuable life lessons, like self-reliance, integrity and problem-solving. As a spectator at your daughter's soccer game, you may be tempted to offer helpful suggestions about strategy and technique, but coaching is forbidden during a tennis match.
FUTURES/CHALLENGER TOURNAMENT UPGRADE:In an effort to make entry-level and intermediate tournaments more player- and parent-friendly, USTA Colorado has implemented the Modified Match A.C.E. Format for all sanctioned Level 8 (Futures) and Level 7 (Challengers) tournaments. A description of the ACE
Format can be found on the facing page or online at COLORADOTENNIS.com.
GETTING "HELP" AT COLORADOTENNIS.com:There are a whole slew of online resources available to parents and players who are needing a little extra help in navigating the junior tennis scene.
Have a question about standings? Player rankings? Collegiate tennis? It's all there!
Need help finding the right tournament? Check! Need to find a tennis court? There's an app for that!
Drop by COLORADOTENNIS.com and check out our Tournament Search and Court Locator apps. It's like having an EASY BUTTON.
Download the Illustrated Rules of Tennis PDF at COLORADOTENNIS.com
DOsClap or cheer for all players on the court
Make friends with other parents at the eventKeep a positive attitude and stay cheery on the sideline
Teach your child good sportsmanship and fair playTreat your child the same whether he or she wins or loses
Support your child emotionally and logisticallyRealize all children develop their tennis skills at different rates
DONTsClap or cheer for a double fault or unforced errorTry and take your coach’s jobMake enemies with your child’s opponent’s parentsAct negatively or angrily on the sidelinesEncourage your child to be unsportsmanlike or make unfair callsBelittle or get upset with your child if he or she has a bad day on the courtCompare your child’s progress with that of other children
UNDERSTANDING THE TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE:Each tournament listing contains detailed information about the type of event, format, dates and deadlines, contact info and a registration number.
But which is which, and what does it all mean? Be sure to visit the HELP DESK (p26) for a detailed breakdown of the listings and how to read the sometimes cryptic language of Tournamentese.
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HELPDESK YOUR GUIDE TO THE 2015 COLORADO TENNIS SANCTIONED TOURNAMENT LISTINGSDATE: the dates the tournament will run. Not all events will run the entire length of the tournament—especially ACE Format events, which finish play in a single day plus an optional semifinal/final day if necessary—and unexpected circumstances may cause changes to the schedule. Always check online for the latest details for an event.
DIVISIONS B = Boys, G = Girlss = Singles, d = DoublesJunior age divisions 18/16/14/12/10/8Any boys or girls event in the 10s or 8s division that doesn't meet a minimum of three entrants may be combined with the other gender.
*MODIFIED FORMATS (Some events offer variations to the traditional single-elimination format) FMLC: First Match Losers Consolation — A draw in which the first-round losers and second round losers who advanced to that round by virtue of a bye or default enter the consolation draw.
FRLC: First Round Losers Consolation — A draw in which only the first-round losers enter the consolation draw. MFIC: Modified Feed-In Consolation — A draw in which the main draw losers are fed back into another draw against players who lost in earlier rounds of the tournament.
RR: Round Robins — Multiple match guarantees as players compete against all other players in their flight/bracket. Compass Draw: Player-friendly formats guaranteeing players multiple matches, even if they lose every match. A non-elimination format that is so named because players advance in four to eight different directions depending upon when they lose their first match and when they lose their subsequent matches.
INFORMATION: the bare essential tournament description — facility/location/contact info/entry deadline. Visit TOURNAMENTS.USTA.com for entry fees and all other information, including schedule, draw format, additional locations, etc. See NOTES SECTION on tournament homepage.It is the player's responsibility to be aware of all informa-tion posted by the tournament, including any changes to the schedule, format or location.
TENNISLINK: the online ID number (in BLUE) used for registration, information, seeding and results.
ALL Colorado sanctioned events utilize the TennisLink registration process. Visit TOURNAMENTS.USTA.com and type in the corresponding TennisLink
number to reach the event home page.
"PLUS" EVENTS: (formerly known as "DESIGNATED") in 2015, six (6) Championship & three (3) Challenger-level events are worth additional Colorado ranking points. They are indicated with a + beneath the event level (6+ is a Championship, 7+ is a Challenger).
For a complete list of rankings points, please visit COLORADOTENNIS.com.
LEVEL: All junior sanctioned tournaments in Colorado are assigned a specific level, ranging from 3-8 (3 being the highest). Ranking points vary depending on the level of the event. A full description can be found on page 23.
L8 = Entry Level/FuturesL7/7+ = Intermediate/ChallengerL6/6+= Advanced/ChampionshipL3-5 = National/Intermountain Championship events
JANUARY 8-11COLORADO TENNIS JUNIOR CHALLENGER 25XXXXXX15 BGs 18/16/14/12 FMLC*
USTA Colorado/Denver. Jason Colter 303/695-4116. Entry by 1/1.
ROGY: this quick reference guide helps players and parents identify those events that correspond to various levels of play and/or age divisions. A BLUE indicates which tournaments are utilizing the multiple match A.C.E. format (details on p24).
The following balls/courts are mandated for different ages/levels of play:RED ball (8 & Under Divisions); 36-foot court; 2’9” netORANGE ball (10 & Under Divisions); 60-foot court; 3’ netGREEN ball (12s Futures/Challenger Divisions); 78-foot traditional courtYELLOW ball (12s Championship Divisions/All 14s-18s Divisions); 78-foot traditional court
QUICK REFERENCE: Find a list of all junior tournaments by ball...
...only at COLORADOTENNIS.com.
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JANUARY 1-5NORTHERN EXTREME AT THE RANCH CHAMPIONSHIP250000615BGsd 18/16/14
Ranch Country Club/Denver. Mac Wetherbee 303/469-5372. Entry by 12/24.
JANUARY 8-12 ROLLING HILLS JUNIOR WINTER BLAST CHAMPIONSHIP250011815BGs 14/12
Rolling Hills Country Club/Golden. Riley Meyer 303/278-1130. Entry by 1/12.
JANUARY 16-20USTA INTERMOUNTAIN WINTER MASTERS SERIES250000915BGsd 18/16/14/12
Salt Lake Tennis Club/Salt Lake City. Robin Wise 801/944-8782. Entry by December 16.
FEBRUARY 5-9ROLLING HILLS JUNIOR WINTER BLAST CHAMPIONSHIP250011315BGs 16
Rolling Hills Country Club/Denver. Riley Meyer 303/278-1130. Entry by 1/31.
FEBRUARY 7-8LIFE TIME ATHLETIC 10S WINTER KICK-OFF CHAMPIONSHIP250016115BGsd 10
Life Time Athletics/Centennial. Mark Scruggs 720/489-1400. Entry by 1/31.
FEBRUARY 14-16SWEETHEART STEAMBOAT JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP250012315BGsMXd 16/14/12 Singles FMLC
Tennis Center at Steamboat Springs/Steamboat Springs. Jim Swiggart 970/879-8400. Entry by 2/7.
FEBRUARY 19-23ROLLING HILLS JUNIOR WINTER BLAST CHAMPIONSHIP250012015BGs 18
Rolling Hills Country Club/Denver. Riley Meyer 303/303/278-1130. Entry by 2/12.
FEBRUARY 27-MARCH 1FLYING HORSE INDOOR GALLOP CHALLENGER257231915BGs 18/16/14/12/10
Flying Horse Club/Colorado Springs. Mike Humphrey 719/487-2625. Entry by 2/21.
MARCH 6-9YOUNG GUNS CHAMPIONSHIP 250023815BGs 14/12 BGs 10 FMLC
Greenwood Athletic Club/Greenwood Village. Kavan Hahn 303/771-2588. Entry by 2/28.
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MARCH 7LEWIS TENNIS MARCH MADNESS CHALLENGER257226515BGs 18/16/14/12/10
Lewis Tennis School/Fort Collins. 970/493-7000. Entry by 3/1.
MARCH 8-14MEADOW CREEK JUNIOR OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP 257210715Bs 18/16/14/12 Gs 14/12
Meadow Creek Tennis & Fitness Club/Lakewood. Jamie Stokes 303/232-6272. Entry by 3/1.
MARCH 20-22FLYING HORSE INDOOR CLAY THOROUGHBRED CHAMPIONSHIP257231615BGs 18/16/14/12/10
Flying Horse Club/Colorado Springs. Mike Humphrey 719/487-2625. Entry by 3/13.
MARCH 21-22VAIL CASCADES TENNIS NINJAS CHALLENGER250004015BGs 12/10 FMLC
Aria Spa & Club/Vail. Pete Anderson 970/479-5941. Entry by 3/14.
MARCH 27-31USTA INTERMOUNTAIN SPRING MASTERS SERIES250001015BGsd 18/16/14/12
Darling Tennis Center/Las Vegas. Rob Merriman 702/792-8384. Entry by 2/27.
APRIL 4LEWIS TENNIS SPRING FLING CHALLENGER257226615BGs 18/16/14/12/10
Lewis Tennis School/Fort Collins. 970/493-7000. Entry by 3/28.
APRIL 9-13 ROLLING HILLS JUNIOR INDOOR OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP257211115BGs 16/12
Rolling Hills Country Club/Golden. Noah Tondre 303/278-1130. Entry by 4/2.
APRIL 10-12FLYING HORSE INDOOR CLAY DERBY CHALLENGER257231815BGs 18/16/14/12/10
Flying Horse Club/Colorado Springs. Mike Humphrey 719/487-2625. Entry by 4/3.
APRIL 12ROCKY MOUNTAIN TENNIS CENTER SPRING JUNIOR FUTURES #1250021615BGs 18/16/14/12/10/8
Rocky Mountain Tennis Center/Boulder. Kristina Brandner 303/449-5033. Entry by 4/5.
APRIL 13-16JCC SPRING JUNIOR OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP257230715BGs 14/12/10
Jewish Community Center/Denver. Ted Bradley 303/316-6380. Entry by 4/6.
APRIL 17-20LIFE TIME ATHLETIC JUNIOR TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIP250018515BGs 18/16/14/12
Life Time Athletics/Centennial. Mark Scruggs 720/489-1400. Entry by 4/10.
APRIL 18-19ROCKY MOUNTAIN TENNIS CENTER SPRING JUNIOR CHALLENGER #1250006315BGs 18/16/14/12/10/8
Rocky Mountain Tennis Center/Boulder. Noah Sussman 303/449-5033. Entry by 4/11.
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APRIL 23-27ROLLING HILLS JUNIOR INDOOR OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP257211415BGs 18/14
Rolling Hills Country Club/Golden. Riley Meyer 303/278-1130. Entry by 4/16.
APRIL 25LEWIS TENNIS SUMMER SUPER SET CHALLENGER SERIES #1 257226115 BGs 18/16/14/12/10
Lewis Tennis School/Fort Collins. 970/493-7000. Entry by 4/19.
APRIL 27-MAY 4JCC SPRING JUNIOR CHALLENGER257235415BGs 18/16/14/12/10
Jewish Community Center/Denver. Ted Bradley 303/316-6380. Entry by 4/20.
APRIL 29– MAY 4BOULDER COUNTRY CLUB JUNIOR OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP257211715Bs 18/16/14/12/10 Gs 14/12/10 FRLC
Boulder Country Club/Boulder. Jon Winegardner 303/530-3328. Entry by 4/23.
MAY 2LEWIS TENNIS SCHOOL MAY DAY CHALLENGER 250010815BGs 18/16/14/12/10
Lewis Tennis School/Fort Collins. 970/493-7000. Entry by 4/26.
MAY 2-3AURORA MAY DAY FUTURES257208415BGsd 18/14/12/10
Aurora Parks & Recreation/Aurora. Aaron Holland 303/326-8700. Entry by 4/25.
MAY 5-9COLORADO ATHLETIC CLUB MONACO JUNIOR CHALLENGER257227615 BGsd 18/16/14/12
Colorado Athletic Club Monaco/Denver. Milos Koprivica 303/758-7080. Entry by 4/30.
MAY 9-10SOUTH SUBURBAN JUNIOR FUTURES #1257214115BGsd 14/12
Holly Tennis Center/Centennial. Vicki Holthus 303/771-3654. Entry by 5/2.
MAY 9-10MIRAMONT OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP BOYS 16250008215Bsd 16
Miramont Lifestyle Fitness/Fort Collins. Andy Benson 970/672-4224. Entry by 5/2.
MAY 14-17MEADOW CREEK JUNIOR CHALLENGER 257212115Bs 18/16/14/12 Gs 14/12
Meadow Creek Tennis & Fitness/Lakewood. Jamie Stokes 303/232-6272. Entry by 5/7.
MAY 15-17FOX HILL SPRING CHALLENGER250008915BGs 18/16/14/12
Fox Hill Country Club/Longmont. Steve Williams 303/772-0246. Entry by 5/8.
MAY 15-18SPRING SLAM JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP257262215 BGs 18/16/14
Greenwood Athletic Club/Greenwood Village. Kavan Hahn 303/771-2588. Entry by 5/8.
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MAY 16-17AURORA SPRING JUNIOR CHALLENGER 257214215BGsdMXd 18/14/12/10
Aurora Parks & Recreation/Aurora. Aaron Holland 303/326-8700. Entry by 5/9.
MAY 16-17ROCKY MOUNTAIN TENNIS CENTER SPRING JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP #1250021715BGsd 18/16/14/12/10 RR
Rocky Mountain Tennis Center/Boulder. Kendall Chitambar 303/449-5033. Entry by 5/9.
MAY 18-2415TH ANNUAL HIGHLANDS RANCH JUNIOR CHALLENGER SHOWDOWN 257213715BGs 18/14/10
Highlands Ranch Com Association/Highlands Ranch. Mike Shellman 303/471-8934. Entry by 5/12.
MAY 23-25LEVEL 5 ITA DISTRICT MASTERS SERIES-10s250017315BGsd 10
Ranch Country Club/Denver. Mac Wetherbee 303/469-5372. Entry by 5/10.
MAY 23-25LEVEL 5 ITA DISTRICT MASTERS SERIES-12s250017415BGsd 12s
Tennis Center at Steamboat Springs/Steamboat Springs. Jim Swiggart 970/879-8400. Entry by 5/10.
MAY 23-25LEVEL 5 ITA DISTRICT MASTERS SERIES-14s250017515BGsd 14s
Meadow Creek Tennis & Fitness/Lakewood. Jamie Stokes 303/232-6272. Entry by 5/10.
MAY 23-25LEVEL 5 ITA DISTRICT MASTERS SERIES-16s250017615BGsd 16
Gates Tennis Center/Denver. [email protected] Entry by 5/10.
MAY 23-25LEVEL 5 ITA DISTRICT MASTERS SERIES-18s250017715BGsd 18
Country Club of Colorado/Colorado Springs. Mark Bishop 719/538-4085. Entry by 5/10.
MAY 29-JUNE 3JON COX MEMORIAL JUNIOR OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP257213415BGsdMXd 18/16/14/12/10
Creek Court Club/Greenwood Village. Jan Cox 303/773-0465. Entry by 5/22.
MAY 30LEWIS TENNIS FUTURES SUMMER KICK-OFF 257202815 BGs 18/16/14/12/10
Lewis Tennis School/Fort Collins. 970/493-7000. Entry by 5/24.
MAY 31-JUNE 1MEADOWS JUNIOR BOYS CHALLENGER250007215Bs 18/16/14/12/10/8 Gs 10/8
Meadows Club/Boulder. Adrian Games 303/494-5069. Entry by 5/24.
JUNE 1THE BROOMFIELD SWIM & TENNIS JUNIOR FUTURES257219315BGs 18/16/14/12/10
Broomfield Swim & Tennis Club/Broomfield. Doug Kazarosian. [email protected] Entry by 5/25.
JUNE 6JCC ONE DAY CHALLENGER 250007115Bs 12
Jewish Community Center/Denver. Ted Bradley 303/316-6380. Entry by 5/31.
JUNE 6 ROCKY MOUNTAIN TENNIS CENTER SUMMER FUTURES #2250021815BGs 18/16/14/12/10/8
Rocky Mountain Tennis Center/Boulder. Kristina Brandner 303/449-5033. Entry by 5/31.
JUNE 6LEWIS TENNIS SUMMER SUPER SET CHALLENGER SERIES #2 257226215BGs 18/16/14/12/10
Lewis Tennis School/Fort Collins. 970/493-7000. Entry by 5/31.
JUNE 6-9 USTA INTERMOUNTAIN SUMMER CLOSED CHAMPIONSHIP 250000815BGsd 18/16/14/12 FIC-R16 Doubles SE
USTA/Colorado/Denver. Jason Colter [email protected] 303-695-4116 x 205. Entry by 5/6.
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JUNE 7MEADOW CREEK ONE DAY JUNIOR CHALLENGER250010115BGs 10
Meadow Creek Tennis & Fitness/Lakewood. Jamie Stokes 303/232-6272. Entry by 5/31.
JUNE 7MEADOWS JUNIOR GIRLS COMPASS CHALLENGER250008115Gs 18/16/14/12/10/8
Meadows Club/Boulder. Adrian Games 303/494-5069. Entry by 5/31.
JUNE 8THE BROOMFIELD SWIM & TENNIS JUNIOR CHALLENGER250009815BGs 18/16/14/12/10
Broomfield Swim & Tennis Club/Broomfield. Doug Kazarosian [email protected] Entry by 6/1.
JUNE 11-13LONGMONT ATHLETIC CLUB JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP #1250018715BGs 18/16
Longmont Athletic Club/Longmont. Judi Laursen 303/772-4700. Entry by 6/4.
JUNE 12-18 SOUTH SUBURBAN JUNIOR CHALLENGER #1257214915BGsd 18/16/14/12
Holly Tennis Center/Centennial. Vicki Holthus 303/771-3654. Entry by 6/5.
JUNE 13 LEWIS TENNIS SLAMMIN' SUMMER CHAMPIONSHIP 257209915 BGs 18/16/14/12/10 RR
Lewis Tennis School/Fort Collins. 970/493-7000. Entry by 6/6.
JUNE 13-16 SUMMER SWING JUNIOR CHALLENGER 257215915BGsdMXd 18/16/14/12/10
Arvada Tennis Center/Arvada. Michele Crouse 303/420-1210. Entry by 6/6.
JUNE 17-18JAYHAWK JUNE CHALLENGER250006215BGsdMXd 18/16/14/12/10
Fox Hill Country Club/Longmont. Steve Williams 303/772-0246. Entry by 6/10.
JUNE 18-21SOUTHERN COLORADO STATE JUNIOR OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP 257201115BGsd 18/16/14/12 BGs 10 MXd 18/14 FMLC
Country Club of Colorado/Colorado Springs. Mark Bishop 719/538-4085. Entry by 6/11.
JUNE 19-23 RANCH ROUND-UP JUNIOR CHALLENGER 257216515BGsd 18/16/14/12/10
Ranch Country Club/Denver. Mac Wetherbee 303/469-5372. Entry by 6/12.
JUNE 20 JCC ONE DAY CHALLENGER250009015Bs 14
Jewish Community Center/Denver. Ted Bradley 303/316-6380. Entry by 6/14.
JUNE 20LEWIS TENNIS SPECTACULAR FUTURES 257210015BGs 18/16/14/12/10
Lewis Tennis School/Fort Collins. 970/493-7000. Entry by 6/13.
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JULY 11-12WILLIAMS TENNIS JULY OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP250003515BGsMXd 18/16/14/12
Fox Hill Country Club/Longmont. Steve Williams 303/772-0246. Entry by 7/4.
JULY 11-1529TH ANNUAL JIM KASIC MEMORIAL JUNIOR OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP 257217315 BGsd 18/16/14/12/10 MXd 18/16/14
Pueblo Tennis Club/Pueblo. Norman Vail 719/564-4111. Entry by 7/4.
JULY 15-16MIRAMONT OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP BOYS 18250007515Bsd 18
Miramont Sports Center/Fort Collins. Andy Benson 970/672-4224. Entry by 7/8.
JULY 15-17KEN CARYL JUNIOR CHALLENGER257216015BGs 18/14
Ken Caryl Ranch House/Littleton. Judy Anderson 303/979-2233. Entry by 7/8.
JULY 17-19HRCA SOUTHRIDGE JUNIOR CHALLENGER257200715BGs 16/12
Southridge Recreation Center/Highlands Ranch. Mike Shellman 303/471-8934. Entry by 7/10.
JULY 17-21 DENVER JUNIOR CITY OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP 257219615BGsd 18/16/14/12 BGsd 10 FRLC
Denver Tennis Club/Denver. Eric Holmes 303/322-4524. Entry by 7/10.
JULY 18LEWIS TENNIS SUPER SET CHALLENGER SERIES #3 257226315BGs 18/16/14/12/10
Lewis Tennis School/Fort Collins. 970/493-7000. Entry by 7/11.
JULY 18-19AURORA SUMMER CHALLENGER 257217615BGsd 18/14/12/10
Aurora Parks & Recreation/Aurora. Aaron Holland 303/326-8700. Entry by 7/11.
JULY 22-25MEADOW CREEK SUMMER JUNIOR OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP257221015 BGs 18/16/14/12
Meadow Creek Tennis & Fitness Club/Lakewood. Jamie Stokes 303/232-6272. Entry by 7/15.
JULY 23-25LONGMONT ATHLETIC CLUB JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP #2250019515BGs 16/14
Longmont Athletic Club/Longmont. Judi Laursen 303/772-4700. Entry by 7/16.
JULY 23-26PARKER JUNIOR CHALLENGER250005115BGsd 18/16/14/12/10
The Town of Parker/Parker. Barry Riddle 720/979-6880. Entry by 7/16.
JULY 24-26MEADOWS JUNIOR CHALLENGER257236515BGsd 18/16/14/12/10 MXd 18/16/14/12
Meadows Club/Boulder. Adrian Games 303/494-0410. Entry by 7/17.
JUNE 20-25 COLORADO STATE MOUNTAIN OCEAN JUNIOR OPEN CHAMPIONSHIPDISTRICT CUP SERIES257215815 BGsdMXd 18/16/14/12/10 FIC
Rocky Mountain Tennis Center/Boulder. Noah Sussman 303/449-5033. Entry by 6/13.
JUNE 24-26KEN CARYL JUNIOR CHALLENGER257214315BGs 16/12
Ken Caryl Ranch House/Littleton. Judy Anderson 303/979-2233. Entry by 6/17
JUNE 26-28MEADOWS JUNIOR OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP250008015BGsd 18/16/14/12/10/8 MXd 18/16/14/12
Meadows Club/Boulder. Adrian Games. 303/494-5069. Entry by 6/19.
JUNE 26-28LUVBOAT ADULT MXD & JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP250016315BGs 16/14/12/10 RR
Steamboat Tennis Center/Steamboat Springs. Jim Swiggart 970/879-8400. Entry by 6/19.
JUNE 27LEWIS TENNIS CHALLENGER FIRECRACKER 257203015 BGs 18/1614/12/10/8
Lewis Tennis School/Fort Collins. Lewis Tennis 970/493-7000. Entry by 6/20.
JUNE 27-JULY 2NORTHERN COLORADO JUNIOR OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP 250009715BGsdMXd 18/16/14/12/10 FMLC
Centennial Park/Greeley. Brenda Vlasak. 970/351-1498. Entry by 6/20.
JULY 4 LEWIS TENNIS MID-SUMMER OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP257207315BGs 18/16/14/12/10 RR
Lewis Tennis School/Fort Collins. 970/493-7000. Entry by 6/27.
JULY 5-8CORLEY CUP CHAMPIONSHIP257216815BGs 18/16/14/12
Colorado Springs Racquet Club/Colorado Springs. Bills Davis 719/596-2958. Entry by 6/27.
JULY 10-16 SOUTH SUBURBAN JUNIOR CHALLENGER #2 257216915BGsd 18/16/14/12
Holly Tennis Center/Centennial. Vicki Holthus 303/771-3654. Entry by 7/3.
JULY 11JCC ONE DAY CHALLENGER250009215Gs 12
Jewish Community Center/Denver. Ted Bradley 303/316-6380. Entry by 7/4.
JULY 11 LEWIS TENNIS SIZZLING SUMMER CHALLENGER 257210515 BGs 18/16/14/12/10
Lewis Tennis School/Fort Collins. 970/493-7000. Entry by 7/4.
JULY 11-12AURORA HEAT WAVE FUTURES 257212415BGsdMXd 18/14/12/10
Aurora Parks & Recreation/Aurora. Aaron Holland 303/326-8700. Entry by 7/4.
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JULY 24-26ROCKY MOUNTAIN STATE GAMES CHAMPIONSHIP250024015BGsdMXd 18/16/14/12/10
Colorado Springs Sports Corp/Colorado Springs. Dave Lehman 719/322-6138. Entry by 7/17.
JULY 25JCC ONE DAY COMPASS CHALLENGER250007615Gs 14
Jewish Community Center/Denver. Ted Bradley 303/316-6380. Entry by 7/18.
JULY 26-AUGUST 2CENTRAL COLORADO JUNIOR CHALLENGER 250007015BGsd 18/16/14/12 BGs 10
Gates Tennis Center/Denver. [email protected] Entry by 7/19.
JULY 26-AUGUST 2CENTRAL COLORADO JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP257202215BGs 18/16/14/12 BGs 10
Gates Tennis Center/Denver. [email protected] Entry by 7/19.
JULY 29-AUGUST 2CENTRAL COLORADO JUNIOR FUTURES250011015BGsd 18/16/14/12/10/8
Gates Tennis Center/Denver. [email protected] Entry by 7/22.
JULY 31-AUGUST 3SUMMER BASH CHAMPIONSHIP250008415BGs 18/16/14/12
Greenwood Athletic Club/Greenwood Village. Kavan Hahn. 303/771-2588. Entry by 7/24.
JULY 31-AUGUST 2FOX HILL COUNTRY CLUB JUNIOR OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP 257236215BGsd 18/16/14/12
Fox Hill Country Club/Longmont. Steve Williams 303/772-0246. Entry by 7/24.
AUGUST 4-10JCC LATE SUMMER CHAMPIONSHIP257229515BGs 18/16/14/12/10
Jewish Community Center/Denver. Ted Bradley 303/316-6380. Entry by 7/28.
AUGUST 7-9ELKS LODGE JUNIOR CHALLENGER250012715BGsd 18/16/14/12/10
Aspen Golf & Tennis Club/Aspen. Gary Quandt 970/429-2869. Entry by 7/31.
AUGUST 7-9COLORADO JUNIOR TEAM TENNIS STATE PLAYOFFS
AUGUST 8LEWIS TENNIS BACK TO SCHOOL FUTURES257212715 BGs 18/16/14/12/10/8
Lewis Tennis School/Fort Collins. 970/493-7000. Entry by 8/1.
AUGUST 8-9ROCKY MOUNTAIN TENNIS CENTER SUMMER JUNIOR CHALLENGER #2250022015BGsd 18/16/14/12/10/8
Rocky Mountain Tennis Center/Boulder. Kristina Brandner 303/449-5033. Entry by 8/1.
AUGUST 8-9SOUTH SUBURBAN JUNIOR FUTURES #2257262915BGs 14/12/10 BGd 14/12
Holly Tennis Center/Centennial. Vicki Holthus 303/771-3654. Entry by 8/1.
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AUGUST 14-16LEWIS TENNIS SCHOOL ROCKIN’ SUMMER CHAMPIONSHIP250010915BGs 18/16/14/12/10 FMLC
Lewis Tennis School/Fort Collins. 970/493-7000. Entry by 8/7.
AUGUST 21-23COLORADO ATHLETIC CLUB INVERNESS JUNIOR CHALLENGER250019915BGsd 18/16
Colorado Athletic Club Inverness/Englewood. 303/790-7777. Entry by 8/14.
AUGUST 22 LEWIS TENNIS FALL CHALLENGER257222015 BGs 18/16/14/12/10/8
Lewis Tennis School/Fort Collins. 970/493-7000. Entry by 8/15.
AUGUST 22-23HIWAN GOLF CLUB JUNIOR CHALLENGER257212115BGs 14/12/10
Hiwan Golf Club/Evergreen. Jamie Stokes 303/232-6272. Entry by 8/15.
AUGUST 22-23MIRAMONT OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP GIRLS 18250012615Gsd 18
Miramont Sports Center/Fort Collins. Andy Benson 970/672-4224. Entry by 8/15.
AUGUST 29-31COLORADO ATHLETIC CLUB INVERNESS JUNIOR CHALLENGER250020115BGsd 14/12/10
Colorado Athletic Club Inverness/Englewood. 303/790-7777. Entry by 8/22.
AUGUST 9-12MONACO JUNIOR MID-SUMMER JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP250028615BGs 18/16/14/12/10
Colorado Athletic Club Monaco/Denver. Milos Koprivica 303/758-7080. Entry by 8/2.
AUGUST 11-17JCC AUTUMN INDOOR/OUTDOOR JUNIOR CHALLENGER257206815BGs 18/16/14/12/10
Jewish Community Center/Denver. Ted Bradley 303/316-6380. Entry by 8/4.
AUGUST 13-16USTA INTERMOUNTAIN LEVEL 4 SUMMER MASTERS 250001415BGsd 12
Boulder Parks & Recreation/Boulder. Adrian Games 720/480-0249. Entry by 7/31.
AUGUST 13-16USTA INTERMOUNTAIN LEVEL 4 SUMMER MASTERS 250001615BGsd 16/14
Rocky Mountain Tennis Center/Boulder. Duke Paluch 303/449-5033. Entry by 7/31.
AUGUST 13-16USTA INTERMOUNTAIN LEVEL 4 SUMMER MASTERS 250001515BGsd 18
Boulder Country Club/Boulder. Jon Winegardner 303/530-3328. Entry by 7/31.
AUGUST 14-20SOUTH SUBURBAN JUNIOR CHALLENGER #3257211615 BGsd 18/16/14/12
Holly Tennis Center/Centennial. Vicki Holthus 303/771-3654. Entry by 8/7.
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AUGUST 29-30ROCKY MOUNTAIN TENNIS CENTER SUMMER JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP #2250022115BGsd 18/16/14/12/10/8 RR
Rocky Mountain Tennis Center/Boulder. Noah Sussman 303/449-5033. Entry by 8/22.
SEPTEMBER 4-8USTA INTERMOUNTAIN LABOR DAY MASTER SERIES250001215BGsd 18/16/14/12
Liberty Park/Salt Lake City. Robin Wise 801/944-8782. Entry by August 4.
SEPTEMBER 5 INDIAN SUMMER CHAMPIONSHIP 257207115 BGs 18/16/14/12/10 RR
Lewis Tennis School/Fort Collins. 970/493-7000. Entry by 8/29.
SEPTEMBER 7-11COLORADO ATHLETIC CLUB MONACO JUNIOR CHALLENGER #2257221615BGsd 18/16/14/12/10
Colorado Athletic Club Monaco/Denver. Milos Koprivica 303/758-7080. Entry by 8/31.
SEPTEMBER 11-13FLYING HORSE STAKES CHAMPIONSHIP257236015BGs 18/16/14/12/10
Flying Horse Club/Colorado Springs. Mike Humphrey 719/487-2625. Entry by 9/4.
SEPTEMBER 12-13ROCKY MOUNTAIN TENNIS CENTER FALL CHALLENGER #3250022215BGsd 18/16/14/12/10/8
Rocky Mountain Tennis Center/Boulder. Kendall Chitambar 303/449-5033. Entry by 9/5.
SEPTEMBER 18-20SOUTHERN COLORADO CHALLENGER257209615BGs 14/12/10
Country Club of Colorado/Colorado Springs. Mark Bishop 719/538-4085. Entry by 9/11.
SEPTMBER 19-20MIRAMONT OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP GIRLS 16250012815Gsd 16
Miramont Sports Center/Fort Collins. Andy Benson 970/672-4224. Entry by 9/12.
SEPTEMBER 26ROCKY MOUNTAIN TENNIS CENTER SUMMER FUTURES #3250021915BGsd 18/16/14/12/10/8
Rocky Mountain Tennis Center/Boulder. Kristina Brandner 303/449-5033. Entry by 9/19.
SEPTEMBER 26LEWIS TENNIS PUMPKIN CHAMPIONSHIP 257225515 BGs 18/16/14/12/10 RR
Lewis Tennis School/Fort Collins. 970/493-7000. Entry by 9/19.
OCTOBER 3-4ROCKY MOUNTAIN TENNIS CENTER FALL JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP #3250022315BGsd 18/16/14/12/10/8 RR
Rocky Mountain Tennis Center/Boulder. Kendall Chitambar 303/449-5033. Entry by 9/26.
OCTOBER 3LEWIS TENNIS AUTUMN CHALLENGER257222815BGs 18/16/14/12/10/8
Lewis Tennis School/Fort Collins. 970/493-7000. Entry by 9/26.
OCTOBER 10 LEWIS TENNIS OCTOBER FEST CHAMPIONSHIP257221115BGs 18/16/14/12/10 RR
Lewis Tennis School/Fort Collins. 970/493-7000. Entry by 10/3.
OCTOBER 15-19ROLLING HILLS JUNIOR PUMPKIN OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP250014015BGs 14/12
Rolling Hills Country Club/Golden. Noah Tondre 303/278-1121. Entry by 10/8.
OCTOBER 17-18ROCKY MOUNTAIN TENNIS CENTER FALL JUNIOR CHALLENGER #4 sponsored by 5430 Kids’ Tennis Foudation250022415BGsd 18/16/14/12/10/8
Rocky Mountain Tennis Center/Boulder. Noah Sussman 303/449-5033. Entry by 10/10.
OCTOBER 23-25FLYING HORSE CLAY STABLE CHALLENGER257232015BGs 18/16/14/12/10
Flying Horse Club/Colorado Springs. Mike Humphrey 719/487-2625. Entry by 10/16.
OCTOBER 29-NOVEMBER 2ROLLING HILLS JUNIOR PUMPKIN OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP250014115BGs 18/16
Rolling Hills Country Club/Golden. Riley Meyer 303/278-1130. Entry by 10/22.
NOVEMBER 6-8MAJOR MORTGAGE AUTUMN JUNIOR CLASSIC CHAMPIONSHIP257201715BGsd 18/16/14/12/10 FMLC
Grand Junction Tennis Center/Grand Junction. Andrew Gunberg 970/241-2280. Entry by 10/31.
NOVEMBER 6-10USTA INTERMOUNTAIN FALL CLOSED CHAMPIONSHIP250001115BGsd 18/16/14/12
Darling Tennis Center/Las Vegas. Rob Merriman 702/792-8384. Entry by 10/6.
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NOVEMBER 13-15FLYING HORSE CLAY DOWNS CHAMPIONSHIP257231715BGs 18/16/14/12/10
Flying Horse Club/Colorado Springs. Mike Humphrey 719/487-2625. Entry by 11/13.
NOVEMBER 26-29TURKEY SHOOT THANKSGIVING JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP257223115 BGs 18/16/14/12/10
Country Club of Colorado/Colorado Springs. Mark Bishop 719/538-4085. Entry by 11/19.
DECEMBER 11-13FLYING HORSE LINKS CHALLENGER 257235915BGs 18/16/14/12/10
Flying Horse Club/Colorado Springs. Mike Humphrey 719/487-2625. Entry by 12/4.
DECEMBER 18-26 PINERY COUNTRY CLUB HOLIDAY JUNIOR CHALLENGER257202015BGs 16/14/12/10
Pinery Country Club/Parker. Garry Seymour 303/841-3512. Entry by 12/11.
DECEMBER 26-31 JUNIOR HOLIDAY OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP257223215BGs 18/16/14/12
Colorado Springs Racquet Club/Colorado Springs. Bill Davis 719/596-2958. Entry by 12/19.
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Boys 18 Singles1. Spencer Lang2. Luke Lorenz3. Ignatius Castelino4. Tommy Mason5. Fletcher Kerr6. Zachary Fryer7. Willie Gold8. Keenan Kaltenbacher9. Casey Ross10. David Mitchell11. Lucas Martin12. Harshil Dwivedi13. Eric Kwiatkowski14. Alec Leddon15. Brock Dehaven16. Jeremiah Hansen17. Max Weiner18. Naish Gaubatz19. Ben Blea20. Zhan Su21. Colton Hill
22. Max Petrak23. Colby Jimenez24. Joseph Bove25. Noah Forman26. Cody Carlton27. Noah Reiss28. Steven Alcala29. Dakota Burns 30. McCulloh Mease31. Nic Hoime32. Kai Smith33. Carter Pentz34. Joshua Hunt35. Logan Thompson36. Shea Clafiln37. Andrew Gillette38. Niko Hereford39. Jacob Fell40. Jameson Lumpkin41. Dante Alcala42. Garet Davis43. Canyon Hill
44. Keller Hartline45. Galen Arney46. Joseph Adducci47. Scott Neville48. Jackson Johar49. Jimmy Amundson50. Grant Wood51. Cutter Esson52. Aaron Gossage53. Austin Gruszczynski54. Thomas Koszowski55. Matthew Matsuyama56. Jackson Hawk57. Nicholas Lorenz58. Zachary Fluck59. Matthew Chavez60. Brian Ross61. Tom Hudson62. Dillon Leasure63. Ben Antonsen64. Stefan Orton-Urbina65. Trace Collins
Boys 18 Doubles1. Zach Fryer/Luke Lorenz2. Ignatius Castelino/Spencer Lang3. Willie Gold/Alec Leddon4. Harshil Dwivedi/Eric Kwiatowski5. Keenan Kaltenbacher/Max Weiner6. Fletcher Kerr/McCulloh Mease7. Harshil Dwivedi/Tommy Mason8. Lucas Martin/Max Petrak9. Colton Hill/Stefan Orton-Urbina10. Ryan Beckstrom/Michael Maxwell11. Fletcher Kerr/Connor McPherson12. Keenan Kaltenbacher/Logan Thompson13. Noah Forman/Jeremiah Hansen14. Jacob Fell/Lucas Martin15. Jameson Lumpkin/Lucas Martin16. Dante Alcala/Dakota Burns17. Naish Gaubatz/Keenan Kaltenbacher18. Eric Kwiatkowski/Max Weiner19. Brock Dehaven/Tommy Mason
Girls 18 Singles1. Gabrielle Schuck2. Samantha Martinelli3. Kalyssa Hall4. Tate Schroeder5. Nicole Kalhorn6. Gloria Son7. Alexandra Weil8. Isabella Melena9. Rebecca Weissmann10. Daniela Adamczyk11. Kylie Simons12. Tara Edwards13. Kristen Kirby14. Kayl Ecton15. Maleeha Chowdhury16. Emma Wiley17. Ky Ecton18. Sara Schoenbeck19. Sadie Moseley20. Jazmin Gillette21. Madison Gallegos
22. Madison Fortunato23. Emily Strande24. Meghan Beer25. Eva-Lou Edwards26. Heather Volls27. Alex Pessoa28. Mariela Hollines29. Tiffany Parobek30. Natalie Munson31. Kaitlyn Motley32. Lauren Lindell33. Sarah Clinkenbeard34. Sarah Megilligan
Girls 18 Doubles1. Nicole Kalhorn/Samantha Martinelli2. Kalyssa Hall/Alexandra Weil3. Samantha Penhale/Emma Wiley4. Ky Ecton/Shawnea Pagat5. Kayl Ecton/Gloria Son6. Sarah Casey/Gabriella Hesse
JUNIORCHALLENGERBoys 18 Singles
1. Brian Ross2. Dylan Panis3. Sean Snediker4. Spencer Mckay5. Shea Clafiln6. James Zimmerman7. Nolan Rademacher8. James Kasic9. Jadon Tanguma10. Logan Thompson11. Marcus Hock12. Samuel Bateman13. Nicholas Graham14. Garet Davis15. Jacob Fell16. Trip Starkey 17. Logan Tromly18. Alex Dressen-Shipley19. Joseph Martinez20. Colin Brown21. Vishal Krishnan22. Azur Ali
Girls 18 Singles1. Murphy Harr2. Madison Fortunato3. Mari Dudek4. Jennifer Schnell5. Victoria Montoya6. Savannah Hornung7. Jennifer Gallagher8. Tessa Nguyen
Boys 16 Singles1. Nolan Rademacher2. Carmeron Bergan3. Ryan Lahr4. Ashwin Vaithianathan5. Joshua Fields6. Robert Boe7. Brennan Stuart8. Christian Glass9. Arjun Gupta10. Cameron Pollock11. Jake Higginbotham12. James Donahue13. Everett Martin14. Michael Nagus15. Junhyung Shim16. Noah Curd17. Rahul Verma18. Eike Schroter19. Paul Jones20. Jacob Stringer21. Ethan Katz22. Max Sherman
Boys 16 Doubles1. Benjamin Murray/Jonathan Obregon
Girls 16 Singles1. Gabriella Hesse2. Emma Gaydos3. Mari Dudek4. Trisha Somasundaram5. Isabella Giannini6. Natalie Borchelt7. Murphy Harr8. Hannah Murphy9. Cori Campbell10. Alexandra Djoumaliev11. Jennifer Gallagher12. Olivia Desso13. Kai’Lee Miles14. Abby Audino15. Lauren Froning16. Jamie Smith17. Meghna Chowdhury18. Sarah Hamner19. Emily Strande20. Mikayla Yoesel
Girls 16 Doubles1. Hannah Murphy/Maya Rodgers2. Murphy Harr/Kai’Lee Miles
Boys 14 Singles1. Zack Fox2. Tyler Landen3. Christian Ridings4. Jackson Klutznick5. Luke Miller6. Christopher Du7. Aksel Moe8. Mason Lewis9. Cam Cramer10. Caleb Aguirre11. Bertie Hoal12. Emmett Ela13. Max Moe14. Markus Manly15. Brenden Arndt16. Brandon Idler17. Paul Jones18. Harry Carrozza19. Cameron Weckerly20. Jordan Rickard-Peisner21. Ethan Paulus22. Ethan Katz23. Riley Black24. Wesley Stuart25. Connor Larson26. Jake Hall27. Neil Wilcox28. Daniel Guiot29. Zak Chehadi30. Garrett Fink31. Riley Mulshine32. Arjun Barta33. Nicholas Solimene
34. Maxwell Probst35. Christopher Webster36. Connor Schott37. Samson Knape38. Nick Iskenderian39. Jared Green40. Jackson Holland41. Cruz Culpepper42. Alex Alijani43. Alex Bruce44. Finn Gullickson45. Matthew Rau46. Blake Wood47. Louie Salfi48. Dale Kim49. Michael Conde50. Henri Wessels51. Jacob McLeod52. Jackson Leddon53. Alexander Wimer54. Ben Rowland
Boys 14 Doubles1. Lucas Schramer/Dylan Webster
Girls 14 Singles1. Cassandra Sehic2. Ashlen Grote3. Ellie Strande4. Isable Pan5. Emma Gaydos6. Samhita Bheemireddy7. Isabella Pacheco8. Kavya Kannan9. Jordan Korb10. Riley DeWitt11. Tehnley White12. Mia Oliver13. Emily Bechtel14. Allyson Horvath15. Julia Triska16. Tatum Smith17. Olivia Thero18. Haley Artis19. Chloe Mason20. Julia Rydel21. Tessa Murphy22. Trini Somasundaram23. Sophia Williams24. Dilafzo Abdullaeva25. Trisha Somasundaram26. Shiloh Miller27. Rachel Drake28. Cori Campbell29. Marie McHugh30. Mikayla Phelps31. Samantha Moore-Thomson
Girls 14 Doubles1. Alex Begler/Mia Oliver
Boys 12 Singles1. Caleb Aguirre2. Kyle Northrup3. Max Moe4. Arjun Barta5. Phillip Albright6. Jack Moore7. Gabriel Wu8. Sam McDonald9. Cameron Wolfe10. Jack Kennedy11. Charlie Jenkins12. Paul Jones13. Andre Maltzahn14. Conor Kaczmarczyk15. Braden Mayer16. George Hanzel17. Phoenix Lee18. Christian Kelly19. Oskar Moe20. Nico Jamison21. Henry Johnson22. Mason Arado23. Chris Swanson24. Dante Dino25. Ben Bicknell26. Wesley Leach27. Thomas Bruetting28. Dayton Fisher29. Samuel Keronen30. Cameron Lupo31. Tyler Larson32. Thomas Marsh33. Carter Dart34. Gabe Rabanal35. Jake Wicks36. Ainsley Elliott-Beagle37. Aksel Moe38. John Harrington39. Zach Scott40. Nathan Gold41. Connor Lee42. Ethan Craig43. Nolan Arado44. Andy Schuiling45. Miles Gamble46. Alden Alijani47. Benjamin Cechak48. Rodrigo Lopez-Abadia
Boys 12 Doubles1. Mason Heimel/Zachary Weissman2. Luke Beukelman/Jack Scherer
Girls 12 Singles1. Karolina Jacobson2. Camille Marsh3. Halely Artis4. Cassidy Rich5. Valerie Negin
6. Anna Jordaan7. Lilianna Chitambar8. Rachel Swan9. Lauren Manwiller10. Alissa Gurkovskiy11. Natalie Stone12. Elena Hristoff13. Dakota Gelman14. Gwen Hall15. Kate Erickson16. Anna Fusaris17. Svetlana Sarkisyan18. Chloe Knape19. Mackenzie Wheeler20. Chloe Mason21. Meghan Otte22. Kari Leach23. Natalie Sprenger24. Mahima Gurung25. Jessica Pan26. Avery O’Neill27. Maggie Zhou28. Marina Youngdahl29. Lily Sieben30. Zoe Hayward31. Grace Agster32. Natalia Smith33. Rebecca Lynn34. Dilafzo Abdullaeva35. Jasmine Geiss
Boys 10 SinglesExceptional Qualifiers
Gus AlbrightNolan AradoGraham BeukelmanAinsley Elliott-BeagleHadley FisherNikolas JacobsonLiam KerriganWesley LeachPhoenix LeeThomas MarshOskar MoeLucas PoirierZack SalfiEvan SheffieldDaniel SmithLogan WeemsDaron Yamamoto
QualifiersDalton BerkeyChase BurkeNate HoldemanEnzo InghilterraChase KellyLuc MartinetAndrew Schell
Girls 10 SinglesExceptional Qualifiers
Amina AbdullaevaOlivia AguirreLilianna ChitambarBiella GamesLauren PavotElizabeth ProbstKaitlyn SpeerSydney Watts
QualifiersRebecca LynnNatalie UntermeyerAlexia Yost
HOW DO YOU RANK: Ranking Requirements and Points Tables for both Junior Challenger & Championship Divisions can be found at:
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Boys 16 Singles1. Ethan Hillis2. Casey Ross3. Kai Smith4. Ben Antonsen5. Jackson Hawk6. Joshua King7. Cutter Esson8. Charlie Franks9. Jacob Bendalin10. Richter Jordaan11. Alec Leddon12. Zhan Su13. Frederick Edwards14. McCulloh Mease15. Jack Moldenhauer16. Ryan James17. Draden Hoover18. Tom Melville19. Robby Hill20. William Dale21. Dillon Leasure22. Willie Gold23. Ben Blea24. Mitchell Johnson25. Aaron Weil 26. Devin Harper27. Jackson Johar28. Matthew Chavez29. Jake Becker30. Dylan Zumar31. Kasper Smith32. Chanon Penvari33. Nicholas Lorenz34. Niko Hereford35. Spencer Clauson36. Tom Hudson37. Ryan Neale38. Ethan Schacht39. Joshua Hunt40. Jack Ferry 41. Thomas Koszowski42. Vinay Merchant43. Stefan Orton-Urbina44. Carter Logan45. Skyler Gates46. Nathan Lazarus47. Arjun Gupta48. David Zhao49. Andrew Aertker50. Xavier Pacheco51. Troy de Jong52. Gabriel Pagat53. Cameron McGregor54. Bradley Ma55. Alex Gelevei56. Tanner Jones57. Aaron Nguyen58. Charles Smith59. Cameron Bergan60. Vamsi Senthilvel61. Ashwin Vaithianathan62. Carter Harrington63. Jacob Maxwell64. David Kijak65. Jack Alexander66. Adam Chehadi67. Finn Gulickson68. Andy Wu69. Sam Nassif70. Nolan Rademacher71. Evan Nuss72. Patrick Seby73. Coulten Davis74. Christian Holmes
Boys 16 Doubles1. Ben Antonsen/Frederick Edwards2. Willie Gold/Alec Leddon3. Ben Blea/Cutter Esson4. Matthew Chavez/Dillon Leasure5. Thomas Koszowski/Chanon Penvari6. Jack Moldenhauer/Kasper Smith7. Charlie Franks/McColluh Mease8. Ben Antonsen/Ashwin Vaithianathan9. Devin Harper/Niko Hereford10. Ryan James/Joshua King11. Devin Harper/Aaron Weil
12. Charlie Franks/Patrick Seby13. Jackson Johar/Gabriel Pagat14. Mitchell Johnson/Joshua King15. Cutter Esson/Jackson Johar16. Niko Hereford/Jack Moldenhauer17. Ben Antonsen/Mitchell Johnson18. Joshua Hunt/Ethan Schacht19. Carter Harrington/Vinay Merchant20. Draden Hoover/Jack Moldenhauer21. Aaron Nguyen/Ethan Schacht22. Robby Hill/Kai Smith23. Mitchell Johnson/Casey Ross24. Alexander Ilic/Dillon Leasure25. Jackson Johar/Zhan Su26. Devin Harper/Zhan Su27. Richter Jordaan/Nicholas Lorenz
Girls 16 Singles1. Madison Gallegos2. Amber Shen3. Casey Zhong4. Alex Pessoa5. Anshika Singh6. Micha Handler7. Seraphin Castelino8. Annika Bassey9. Tatum Burger10. Shawnea Pagat11. Sadie Moseley12. Natalie Munson13. Emily Strande14. Mariela Hollines15. Taylor Thulson16. Natalie Hagan17. Natalie Bronsdon18. Maeve Kearney19. Ky Ecton20. Trisha Somasundaram21. Sara Schoenbeck22. Kendra Lavallee23. Julia Pentz24. Savannah Mease25. Maleeha Chowdhury26. Hanna Fernley27. Sarah Megilligan28. Gabriella Hesse29. Sarah Casey30. Heather Volls31. Morgan Bullen32. Emma Gaydos33. Grace Koza34. Mari Dudek35. Alexandra Djoumaliev36. Tiffany Parobek37. Murphy Harr38. Danielle Morin39. Josephine Schaffer40. Alexandra Bellas41. Sarah Hamner42. Jennifer Phan43. Jade Moore44. Alyssa Arenson45. Elsa Erickson
Girls 16 Doubles1. Amber Shen/Casey Zhong2. Madison Gallegos/Casey Zhong3. Annika Bassey/Seraphin Castelino4. Seraphin Castelino/Anshika Singh5. Sadie Moseley/Anshika Singh6. Micha Handler/Mariela Hollines7. Sadie Moseley/Shawnea Pagat8. Madison Gallegos/Amber Shen9. Maeve Kearney/Sadie Moseley10. Natalie Munson/Alex Pessoa11. Micha Handler/Emily Strande12. Maeve Kearney/Natalie Munson13. Maleeha Chowdhury/Tiffany Parobek14. Chowdhury/Madison Gallegos15. Natalie Hagan/Maeve Kearney
Boys 14 Singles1. Richter Jordaan2. Nicholas Lorenz3. Jack Alexander4. Christian Holmes5. Jett Middleton 6. Daniel Guiot
7. Skyler Gates8. Carter Logan9. Ryan Neale10. Kosta Garger11. Carter Harrington 12. Henry Hawk13. Teague Burger14. Caden Kammerer15. Sam Nassif16. Jordan Wagner17. Mitchell Johnson18. Carter Holbrook19. Alexander Ilic20. Andy Wu21. Andrew Seehausen22. Laird Stewart23. David Kijak24. Ethan Katz25. Brooks Savage26. Illijah Bailey27. Cruz Culpepper28. Jack LaBarge29. Akhil Gupta30. Stefan Hester31. Finn Gullickson32. Bradley Ma33. Nicholas Svichar34. Jackson Klutznick35. Beck Chrisbens36. Connor Larson37. Cam Cramer38. Mason Lewis39. Nicholas Dietrich40. Luke Miller41. Cal Hegstrom42. Dario Alcala43. Cameron Weckerly44. Luke Aubert45. Oliver Greenwald46. Evan Nuss47. Paul Jones48. Christian Ridings49. Tyler Landen50. Alex Baum
Boys 14 Doubles1. Richter Jordaan/Nicholas Lorenz2. Daniel Guiot/Henry Hawk3. Henry Hawk/Connor Larson4. Teague Burger/Carter Logan5. Carter Holbrook/Connor Larson6. Alexander Ilic/Laird Stewart7. Alexander Ilic/Caden Kammerer8. Jack Alexander/Daniel Guiot9. Jack Alexander/Henry Hawk10. Skyler Gates/Laird Stewart11. Caden Kammerer/Jett Middleton12. Brenden Arndt/Cam Cramer13. Carter Harrington/Jett Middleton14. Skyler Gates/Carter Harrington15. Drew Hill/Carter Logan16. Henry Hawk/Christian Holmes17. Jack Alexander/Ryan Neale
Girls 14 Singles1. Morgan Hall2. Anshika Singh3. Ky Ecton4. Mavis Edwards5. Veronika Bruetting6. Annika Bassey7. Josephine Schaffer8. Sarah Fleming9. Hana Kimmey10. Oliva Desso11. Emma Gaydos12. Amanda Schlatter13. Sarah Hamner14. Seraphin Castelino15. Emily Untermeyer16. Natalie Hamill17. Sophie Pearson18. Meghna Chowdhury19. Trisha Somasundaram20. Samantha Moore-Thomson21. Samantha Anthony22. Madissen Allen23. Mattie Kuntzelman
24. Dilafzo Abdullaeva25. Alexandra Bush26. Adriana Strode27. Laura Bobby 28. Samhita Bheemireddy29. Darby Warburton30. Lela Daszuta31. Emma Morrissey32. Isabella Pacheco33. Cassandra Sehic34. Rachel Swan35. Trini Somasundaram36. Chloe Schilling37. Lauren Karaba38. Alexis Stepp39. Willow Purvis40. Mary Williams41. Alissa Gurkovskiy42. Ariana Arenson
Girls 14 Doubles1. Anshika Singh/Seraphin Castelino2. Ky Ecton/Morgan Hall3. Olivia Desso/Amanda Schlatter4. Madissen Allen/Lela Daszuta5. Alex Begler/Mia Oliver6. Sarah Fleming/Josephine Schaffer7. Veronika Bruetting/Meghna Chowdhury8. Annika Bassey/Seraphin Castelino9. Sophie Pearson/Willow Purvis10. Kimmey/Somasundaram11. Samantha Anthony/Emily Untermeyer12. Josephine Schaffer/Emily Untermeyer13. Ky Ecton/Fleming
Boys 12 Singles1. Clark Steinhauser2. Neil Wilcox3. Cruz Culpepper4. Akhil Gupta5. Nicholas Svichar6. Nico Jamison 7. Luke Silverman8. Nicholas Dietrich9. Grigor Karakelyan10. David Bomgaars11. Austin Kattenhorn12. Paul Jones13. Arjun Batra14. Cade Jones15. Caleb Aguirre16. Christopher Nelson 17. Louie Salfi18. Chris Swanson19. Andy Schuiling20. Askel Moe21. Samuel Keronen22. George Hanzel23. Santi Sasso24. Robert Metz25. Max Moe26. Kian Grimison27. Blake Davis28. Zak Chehadi29. Chase Walters30. Jack Larson31. Morgan Schilling32. Conor Kaczmarczyk33. Ben Bicknell34. Matthew Batmunkh35. Dayton Fisher36. Christian Kelly37. John Harrington38. Joey Geisz39. Jack Kennedy40. Roy Lundeen
Boys 12 Doubles1. Nicholas Dietrich/Neil Wilcox2. Akhil Gupta/Nico Jamison3. Austin Kattenhorn/Luke Silverman4. Akhil Gupta/Clark Steinhauser5. Grigor Karakelyan/Clark Steinhauser6. Cruz Culpepper/Nicholas Svichar