MAS Regulations and Ranking Points
This tournament operates in accordance with the rules and guidelines listed in USTA Mid-Atlantic Regulations and USTA Friend at Court. Players are eligible to earn ranking points from this event based on the point tables found in the USTA Mid-Atlantic Regulations. Points are awarded based on the level of the tournament and the draw format. Main draw and consolation points may vary based on the draw format used.
MAS Regulations are accessible online here:
https://www.usta.com/content/dam/usta/sections/mid-atlantic/pdfs/junior-competition-resources/2018_MAS_TournamentRegulations.pdf# (copy and paste link in browser)
MAS CONTACT INFO:
Bonnie Vona: firstname.lastname@example.org
Robert Issem: email@example.com
Rachel Kros: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lisa Atkins: email@example.com
L4, L4+, & L3 EVENT REFUNDS
Once player selections have been made and the payment has been
processed, there will be no refunds if a player is unable to compete for any
reason. Member organizations are not required to refund players for tournaments affected by inclement weather. Per MAS regulations, in the event of inclement weather a tournament may utilize a shortened format in order to play the tournament to completion. If the tournament cannot be played, it is the MAS recommendation that players be offered a credit to a future tournament hosted by the same organization, however, this is only a recommendation and not a policy. Each member organizations shall post their refund policy on the tournament homepage.
Entry Limits for CHAMPIONSHIP SUPER SIX SERIES SINGLES EVENTS
January: 32 players per division
March: 32 players per division
May: 48 players per division
June: 64 players per division
September: 48 players per division
October: 32 players per division
MAS L4+ (660pts) SUPER SIX SINGLES
Counts for L4 National Points
The format is Feed-In Consolation; The Feed-In Round is determined by the number of players in the draw
SELECTION and SEEDING is based on the most recent MAS Standing List for the age division.
The consolation for all L4+ Super 660 singles events will end on Sunday. In
draws up to 48 players one round of consolation matches will be played on
Saturday and two rounds of consolation matches will be played on Sunday. No
consolation matches will take place on Monday. Schedule is subject to change
if tournament is affected by inclement weather. As per MAS Regulations if a
player does not intend to play a consolation match, the player must notify the
tournament director within one (1) hour of the end of the previous match of
his/her intention not to play. Failure to do so will result in a Default/no
show code for the match; five (5) penalty points on a player’s record; loss of
points for the tournament; and the event will not count toward the player’s
Endorsement List eligibility. Failure to notify the tournament director is
considered Unsportsmanlike Conduct.
Players are selected manually by the tournament director after the close of registration.
Entry to this tournament is open to specified residents only. Entries must be submitted by Monday, October 08, 2018 11:59:00 PM Eastern 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: 300019818 from the searchable schedule homepage.
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