draw will be limited to 16 players with a Feed in thru Quarterfinals (FICQ); there
will be a 3/4 playoff match.
Consolations of full 16-draw events play to Semi-finals
play will be on Saturday and Sunday only for this tournament.
Doubles play could begin as early as 5pm on Friday afternoon.
times and locations will be found on this tournament home page by noon Thursday
prior to the tournament start.
are encouraged to be at the tournament check-in 30-minutes prior to their
scheduled match time to ensure timely scheduling. USTA Rules will be enforced for lateness.
referee will be available throughout the weekend to answer questions and to
enforce the rules, but we DO NOT supply line judges for matches. Matches going to tie-breakers will be
expected to play according to “The Code” as all other games played. Parents/Coaches are expected to conduct
themselves also in accordance to “The Code” to ensure fair play. Players are expected to make their own calls
in accordance with the procedures outlined in "The Code" in Friend at
This area has the potential to be an enforceable
code violation by each tournament for
unexcused defaults, retirements, no-shows/walkovers for both main and
consolation rounds. Player shall not fail to appear for
reasons other than injury, illness, or personal circumstance. A player shall
not enter a tournament and then fail to appear for a match (whether in the
qualifying, main, or consolation draw) except for illness, injury, or personal
circumstance. If the player’s reason for failing to appear is not one of these
reasons, or if the player gives no reason for failing to appear, then the match
shall be recorded as a default.
L4 SELECTION PROCESS
will be selected based on the current published NC standing list.
14U-18U: Player must have one of the
-Some NC/other state standing
-A verifiable player record, i.e. JTT, High School, Middle School, other
in 12U: L4 12U players must have established 12U tournament standing with prior
NC L5 12U points per round; L4 12U events are not part of YTP. Special circumstances
for player acceptance may need approval from NCTA office of Player Development
& Tournaments prior to acceptance.
In order to truly enjoy the
sport of tennis, it is essential to display good sportsmanship which includes
abiding by the rules, playing fair, and showing respect for your opponent. We
expect that ALL players who compete this weekend abide by guidelines set forth
by "THE CODE". Please click link for The Code (begins on page 36) as
both players and parents will be responsible for knowing these rules for
unofficiated matches. Click
Tennis Parent Alert/MedicalRelease Form
No player will be allowed to
compete in the tournament unless this form is filled out. Please download your
copy, complete, and turn in prior to first match to the tournament desk.
10U Youth Tennis Progression
This tournament is considered an
Orange L1 event for 10U players, singles divisions only. With prior approval
from NCTA, 10U events may be combined OL1 with OL2 and/or co-ed divisions to
increase competition experience. Co-ed divisions will not receive standing
points. For more information on the Youth Tennis Progression (YTP) and the
quest for stars and trophies, please click here for Youth Tennis Progression
DUAL REGISTRATIONS ARE NOT PERMITTED
Player shall not enter two tournaments at same
time. When entries close, a player shall not be entered in two or more
sanctioned tournaments, if any part of the tournaments overlap unless each
Tournament Committee involved understands the situation and concurs in writing.
After a player has been eliminated from a tournament whose schedule of play
partially overlaps with that of a second
tournament, the player may enter the second tournament .Per Friend at Court,
USTA REGULATIONS IV.C. (Standards of Conduct)
Definition of Dependent Draws
This option is for Level 4 Tournaments that are
not geographically near a Level 5 Tournament and at facilities that have the
courts, with prior approval of NCTA office.
The top 16 players with standing points will be selected into Level 4
draw, 17+ (not in top 100) will be
placed in a “dependent draw”, a Level 5, also up to 16 players in standing
order for seeding. Players will earn
standing points for the event level they play
Click more info below to review our
current NCTA Junior Tournament Rules
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 Sunday, October 27, 2019 11:59:00 PM Eastern Time. Only USTA members can register online if available.
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