Match Schedule Info - Future Match Info
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Thanks to all players for being a part of this Midwest Level 3 tournament and a special "Congratulations to the SPORTSPERSON of the tournament MAX BENGTSSON." Max was respectful of players, parents and tournament staff both on and off the court was complimentary of his opponent's good shots whether winning or losing. Well done Max!
TIMES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE, CHECK BACK OFTEN. PLAYERS SHOULD CHECK IN 30 MINUTES PRIOR TO MATCH TIME, DRESSED AND READY TO PLAY.
IMPORTANT TOURNAMENT INFORMATION
Player Selection Type
PLEASE READ THIS HOMEPAGE AND IF YOU STILL HAVE QUESTIONS,
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LEVEL 3 MIDWEST POINTS PER ROUND, NO NATIONAL POINTS PER
MUST READ INFORMATION:
� Multiple Entry Guideline
� 2014 Midwest/National schedule
� 2014 NEW Points Tables
� 2014 NEW Midwest Tournaments used for National Ranking/National
Tournaments used for Midwest Ranking
� Midwest evaluation form
For all this information and more:
IMPORTANT - NEW RULE- MUST READ
USTA/MIDWEST SECTION PLAYER MULTIPLE ENTRY GUIDELINES FOR DUAL
PAIRED LEVEL 1/3 AND LEVEL 2/4 TOURNAMENTS ON THE SAME
You must read this document before signing up for this event. You
are no longer allowed to sign up for both events on the same
weekend till after the selections for the higher level event have
been posted. If you are a competitor of the higher level event
(Level 1 or 2) you will not be allowed to sign up for the lower
level event (Level 3 or Level 4). If you are an alternate for the
higher level event and a competitor in the lower level and do not
remove your name from one of the lists by the Wednesday before the
tournament begins at 12 noon, the Tournament Director will remove
your name from the alternate list and issue Five Suspension Points.
For more info:
TOURNAMENT WILL BE A 32 DRAW SINGLES AND INCLUDE A FEED-IN
CONSOLATION, TWO DAY EVENT.
All matches will play a Match-tie-break (Super-tie-break) in lieu
of the third set. Players will play up to three matches per day.
The FIC Consolation does not finish and it will stop at the finals.
You must be injured, ill, or there must be an Emergency for you to
withdraw. The USTA Referee has the right to ask for Doctor's
PLAYER SELECTION AND NUMBERED ALTERNATE LIST WILL BE POSTED BY
THE MONDAY AFTER THE FRIDAY DEADLINE BY 6PM
USTA/MIDWEST SECTION SEEDING & SELECTION CRITERIA
All USTA/Midwest Sectional and Designated Tournaments will adhere
to the following Seeding and Selection Criteria as set by the
USTA/Midwest Section Junior Competition Committee. Players will be
selected based on the most current USTA/Midwest Section Standing
List at the time of the tournament entry deadline. Players will be
selected by the following 1. Four (4) players from the top 100 of
the most current USTA/Midwest Section Standing List in next lower
division (except in the boys and girls 12s divisions where 2
players will be selected) 2. 28 players from the most current
USTA/Midwest Section Standing List in the current age division of
the event (except in the boys and girls 12s divisions where 30
players will be selected). Remaining vacancies and/or alternates
will be selected from the USTA/Midwest Section Standing List in the
division of the event. Alternates will be numbered with this
Midwest Standings List. Seeding will be done based on the
USTA/Midwest Section Standing List the following week.
All matches will play a Match-tie-break (Super-tie-break) in lieu
of the third set with advantage scoring on all matches. Players may
be playing up to three matches in a day. A player will be entitled
to a three minute break after splitting sets and before playing the
Match-tie-break. During this three minute break, the player is
allowed to leave the court, talk to a coach or parent, make a phone
call, etc. We recommend you DO NOT leave the court because of the
short time frame, and we will allow coaches, parents, etc to talk
with you behind the tarp of the court but not on the court. This
must be approved by the tournament referee or on court official
prior to a parent/coach entering the court corridor.
Tournament hotels are: Wingate by Wyndham, 18421 North Creek Drive,
Tinley Park, IL 60477. 708-532-9300. Best Western Oak Forest Hotel,
4375 Frontage Road, Oak Forest, IL 60452. 708-687-4800. Both hotels
include a Hot Continental Breakfast Buffet. Mention
Homewood-Flossmoor Racquet & Fitness Club when booking either
hotel for special discounted rates. Book now to secure a room.
Rates are higher at all hotels on holiday weekends. Call hotels for
Practice courts are available prior to the tournament dates by
calling 708-799-1323. Regular court rates apply
WARM-UP COURTS Limited warm-up courts are available during
the tournament dates at no charge. Courts will only be booked in 30
minute increments and will need two names on booking. Additional
courts may be available for practice at the Park Forest Racquet
Club. Regular court rates will apply, call them directly at
FIRST ROUND REPORT TIME INFORMATION WILL BE AVAILABLE ON THE
WEDNESDAY BEFORE THE TOURNAMENT BEGINS BY 6PM
Come back to this page on and click on the blue "Future Match Info
Report" to find out your first match time as well as your win/loss
time. Please be careful when reading this. The W/L times are in
parentheses. Players from the same district will not play each
other first round unless an alternate fills a spot or more than
half the draw is from the same district. Please do not call the
club for start times, our Welcome Center will not have them and/or
will not have access to any current changes.
SEEDED PLAYER WITHDRAWS AFTER START TIMES ARE POSTED
The Tournament Director is not required to re-seed the draw if an
withdraw occurs after Friday at 12 noon before the tournament
begins. The Alternate may be inserted on the draw line where the
seed withdrew and no match times are affected for the remaining
players. If the Tournament Director would like to re-seed the draw
and change start times after the Friday, 12 noon deadline, he/she
ORDER OF PLAY Saturday Play begins at 8am. Main Draw will
play the Rd of 32, Rd of 16, 1/4 finals and the FIC will play the
Qualifying Rd of 16 and Rd of 16. Sunday Play begins at 8am. Main
Draw will play the Semi-Finals, Final & 3/4 Playoff and the FIC
will play the Qualifying 1/4's, the 1/4's and semi-finals. The FIC
Final will not be played.
Proper tennis attire is required. Clothing not considered proper
attire can include but not be limited to: 1) Compression shorts
worn alone (not covered by shorts) 2) Shirts with reference to
drugs, alcohol, sex or tobacco. If you are required to change
before going on the court, you may incur a point penalty for a time
DRAWS WILL BE POSTED ON THE FRIDAY BEFORE THE EVENT BEGINS AT
NO REFUNDS AFTER PLAYER SELECTION IS COMPLETE
WE CANNOT CONTACT YOU UNLESS YOU PROVIDE US YOUR CELL NUMBERS
AND YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS.
If you don't provide an email address and/or cell phone number(s)
when you register for this tournament then we will be unable to
notify you about any possible changes in the tournament. You must
fill this in during the registration process.
USTA/MIDWEST SECTION DOMICILE RULES:
The USTA/Midwest Section Closed Junior Championships, the district
qualifiers, the USTA/Midwest Section Designated Tournaments and
USTA/Midwest Section Junior Davis & Wightman Cup events are
open to citizens of the U.S., permanent resident aliens in
possession of a valid alien registration card, individuals who are
applicants for adjustment to lawful permanent resident status and
who can present a USCIS receipt for a pending unadjudicated form
I-485, aliens who have resided continuously in the US for more than
one year and who are members of families of persons in the
diplomatic or consular corps and aliens who have been granted
Refugee Status, Asylee Status or Temporary Protected Status.
QUESTIONS? Email Sylvia Gothard at firstname.lastname@example.org or
Nancy Watland at email@example.com. We will be happy to answer
any questions you may have.
Player Selection Type Players are selected manually by the
tournament director after the close of registration.
Entry to this tournament is open to all USTA members. Entries must
be submitted by Wednesday, October 29, 2014 11:59:00 PM Central
Time. Only USTA members can register online if available.
Quick Reference In the future, you can jump straight to this
tournament by entering the tournament identification number:
850020014 from the searchable schedule homepage.
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Players are selected manually by the tournament director after the close of registration.
Entry to this tournament is open to all USTA members. Entries must be submitted by Wednesday, October 29, 2014 11:59:00 PM Central Time. Only USTA members can register online if available.
In the future, you can jump straight to this tournament by entering the tournament identification number: 850020014 from the searchable schedule homepage.
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