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About the Tournament
Player Selection Type
The National Open Hard Court Championships is a great tournament
for all competitive players. Former Champion Jack Sock won the
Men's Open Singles in 2010 and teamed with his brother Eric to win
the doubles in 2011, and soon thereafter his career took off. 2017
Australian Open semifinalist CoCo Vandeweghe also played in the
National Open before witnessing a meteoric rise in her ranking.
Many serious juniors, high school, college players and touring pros
participate as well as local and out of state competitive players,
looking for some great matches and competitive play to test their
skills. There are no restrictions and you are guaranteed two
matches for each event you enter. The tournament has a first match
consolation format for all events.
Projected Schedule of Play
The Men's Open Singles play will begin on Monday, May 27 at 9:00
a.m., which is Memorial Day. The Women's Open Singles usually
begins on Tuesday, May 28. The Men's, Women's and Mixed Doubles
draws close at noon on Sunday, May 26. Men's Doubles usually starts
on Tuesday, with the Women's and Mixed Doubles usually starting on
Wednesday. The actual start date for all events depends on the size
of the draws, yet these estimations should help when making travel
The Wilson extra duty US Open Ball will be used throughout the
Please email any seeding information to email@example.com
by the entry deadline. All factors, Universal Tennis Ratings and
Top 500 rankings will be used. Additional information provided may
also be considered. No refunds after tournament draw has been
Courts for tournament players will be available on Saturday and
Sunday afternoon May 25/26 at Balboa Tennis Club and before the
start of play each day. Please check in at the Reservation Desk to
get a court.
Gold, silver and bronze balls are awarded to first second and third
place. There is a playoff for third and fourth place. Prize money
is awarded to all finalists in the main draw. Looking forward to a
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the National Open Hard Court Championships at Balboa Tennis
Stringing is available through Griffin Tennis Pro Shop at Balboa
Tennis Club. This is a full service pro shop with racquets, balls,
stringing, clothing and accessories. Pros are also available for
player warm ups at lesson pricing.
USTA Adult National Opens (Level 6)
Points per round reached:
Winner - 60 pts.
Finalist - 50 pts.
Semi-Finalist - 40 pts.
Qtrs. - 30 pts.
Rnd. 16 - 20 pts
Rnd 32 - 10 pts.
No Selection Process. All registered players will be selected.
Entry to this tournament is open to all USTA members. Entries must be submitted by Sunday, May 19, 2019 11:59:00 PM Pacific 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: 651805419 from the searchable schedule homepage.
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