The National Clay Court Championships
All SINGLES finalists
and SINGLES champions of the May National Level 2 will automatically qualify for the same age division of
The National Clay Court Championships. Players must still register for The
National Clay Court Championships in order to be considered for the
event. NOTE: These players must still register for the tournament. To
read more about the National Championship selection process click on "More Info".
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ELIGIBILITY USTA Membership
Membership in the USTA is required to compete in all USTA National Championships, USTA National Doubles Championships, USTA National Level 2 Tournaments, USTA National Level 3 Tournaments, Additional USTA Junior National Tournaments, USTA National Spring Team Championships, USTA National Team Championships, USTA Intersectional Team Championships, and USTA Zone Team Championships. All US juniors must be in good standing with the USTA to enter ITF Tournaments and USTA International Tournaments, which includes USTA Membership.
The USTA uses a "month of birth" age eligibility rule for junior players competing in USTA sanctioned tournaments. This rule applies to all local, District, Sectional, and National USTA sanctioned tournaments – it does not apply to USTA International Tournaments and ITF Tournaments. Junior players may continue to play in the 12, 14, 16 and 18 age divisions until the month they turn 13, 15, 17, or 19, respectively.
USTA International Tournaments and ITF Tournaments use a "year of birth" age eligibility rule. Juniors may play the 18s, 16s, 14s or 12s division until the year in which they turn 13, 15, 17, or 19 respectively.
Professional players who are age eligible may enter and play in all USTA National Championships. USTA International Tournaments and ITF Tournaments are governed by ITF Regulations and allow professional players to play. All other USTA junior tournaments are limited to amateurs.
Citizenship and Residency Requirements
USTA National Championships, USTA National Doubles Championships, USTA National Level 2 Tournaments, USTA National Level 3 Tournaments, Additional USTA Junior National Tournaments, USTA National Spring Team Championships, USTA National Team Championships, USTA Intersectional Team Championships, and USTA Zone Team Championships shall be open to US citizens and:
· Permanent resident aliens of the United States.
· Diplomats. Aliens who have resided in the United States continuously for more than one year and who are members of families of persons in the diplomatic or consular corps.
· Aliens with Refugee Status. Aliens who have been granted Refugee Status.
· Aliens with Asylee Status. Aliens who have been granted Asylee Status. Aliens with Temporary Protected Status. Aliens who have been granted Temporary Protected Status.
· Aliens with Adjustment Status. Aliens whose I-485 (Application to Register Permanent Resident or Adjust Status) has been accepted for filing.
· British Columbians. Canadian citizens and landed Canadian immigrants who reside in British Columbia, provided that they were USTA members for at least one month during 2010 and so long as they do not allow their USTA memberships to laps for a period of more than six months.
Documents commonly used to support a particular alien status include a permanent resident alien card (green card), Form I-94, or a receipt confirming filing of the I-485.
The citizenship and residency requirements do not apply to USTA International Tournaments and ITF Tournaments.
ENTERING CONCURRENT TOURNAMENTS AND SELECTION PROCESS USTA National Level 2 Tournaments:
Several times each year, the USTA has sanctioned concurrent USTA National Level 2 Tournaments and entry is permitted in more than one tournament. It is important to understand the consequences of this decision.
If you want to play in a USTA National Level 2 Tournament, but are unsure if you will get in, you may enter up to two different age divisions of up to four sites of USTA National Level 2 Tournaments. When selection is done, players are selected for the oldest age division first based on the most recently published National Standing List of the division of the tournament.
· If you are selected into the older age division entered, you will not be selected into the younger age division.
· If you are not selected into the older age division, you will only be considered for selection into the younger division and you will only be eligible to be an alternate in the younger division.
Additionally, the computerized selection system attempts to fill the draws based on the 1st choice of sites of all players. If spots are still open, it looks at the 2nd choice of sites for the remaining players, then the 3rd, and finally the 4th. It is VERY IMPORTANT to only prioritize sites you are willing to play.
Those players who have not been selected after all four USTA National Level 2 Tournament draws have been filled shall be placed on the alternate lists at all tournaments for which the players have indicated a preference. The players are ordered on the alternate lists based on the player's standing on the National Selection List used to select players.
National Ranking Point Tables
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Withdrawals and Entry Fee Refunds at USTA National Junior Tournaments
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Singles:32 draws with a feed in thru the RD of 16.
Mandatory play-off for 3rd & 4th and Quarter-Final consolation playoff for 5th & 6th.
Doubles:16 draws. Single elimination with a mandatory play-off for 3rd & 4th.
Singles (32) = FIC through the Round of 16. Quarter-Final Play-off for 5th and 6th place. 3rd/4th Playoff for Singles. No playoff for 7th/8th
Main draw singles scoring: BG12: best of 3 tiebreak sets with a 10-point match tiebreak in lieu of the 3rd set.
FIC for BG12: best of 3 tiebreak sets with a 10-point match tiebreak in lieu of the 3rd set
Doubles (16 teams) = Single Elimination. Playoff for 3rd and 4th.
Doubles scoring: 8 game pro set with a 7-point tiebreak at 8 games all. NO AD scoring.
Click on the link for information on the selection process for this tournament
All players must fax a medical release to Harrison Tennis Center (770-591-3174) signed by a parent before play. Players without a release on file will not be able to play.
Entry to this tournament is restricted. To see how entrants will be selected, follow the “Selection Process” link to the left. It is the player’s responsibility to check the selection list(s) after registering online to be sure that a check mark appears beside the player’s name on the list, in order to insure proper registration. Entries must be submitted by Tuesday, April 14, 2020 1:00:00 AM 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: 700001120 from the searchable schedule homepage.
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