Player Selection Type
BG10s will start at 8:00 a.m. if your player does not have a
1st round time, that means they are the odd one out for that 1st
round. For example, A. Soso in B10s, your 1st round will be as
early as 9:30 so be on site by then.
BG12s will start at 9:00 a.m. again, if your player does not
have a 1st match time listed, be on site 90 minutes after the start
of the group. The smaller groups will be using a Round Robin format
per our notes below. The B12s and G12s will be use a Compass with
(2 byes for the boys and 1 bye for the girls) in it.
Please review the notes below for information about formats for the
draws based on the number of players. Times for the rest of the day
will not be published as we will try to accommodate the readiness
of players to go back out in order to keep the one day format
moving quickly. If you have questions prior to the start of play
contact Meredith Pollack C: 630-774-9888 or email:
email@example.com. Once play has started please contact the site
director Stephen Moyer at 814-566-0224. Thank you!
EARLIEST START TIME WILL BE AT 8 A.M. - check back here
following the close of registration for your age division's
specific start time. Please arrive 15 minutes prior to your start
time to check in. Both the Compass draw and Round Robin draw
will complete in one day.
Players will receive a tournament t-shirt. Trophies for the
champion and finalist. Each participant will receive 2 guest passes
to NTC's outdoor pool (open until 8 p.m.) to be used on 6/22.
This NEW format for a Level 4 will vary in draw type
depending on the number of competitors in that event.
A COMPASS DRAW format will be used with 6-8 players
using regular sets, ad scoring throughout.
A ROUND ROBIN DRAW will be used for 3-5 players, no
5 players: Round Robin using the best of THREE SHORT
SETS (first player to win 4 games by a margin of 2; 7 point
tiebreak at 4 games all); ad scoring, 10 point Match Tiebreak to be
played a one set all in lieu of a 3rd set. This event will play
four matches in one day with a minimum rest period of at least 30
minutes between matches. A Round Robin Draw will also be used for
3-4 players, but with regular sets, ad scoring, and a
10 point match tiebreaker is split sets.
Points Per Round will be awarded for both Compass Draw
and Round Robin events based on the additional Midwest Level 4
PPR table added for 2019.
Second Place...............68 points
Third Place...................60 points
Fourth Place.................54 points
Consolation Match Wins in a Compass Draw: 8 points each
**Players in a Round Robin must win at least one match to
The tournament site is INDOORS at Naperville Tennis Club:
1011 East Benton Ave, Naperville, IL 60540.
Please read through this homepage as many FAQs are addressed
WITHDRAWALS/MIDWEST SUSPENSION POINT SYSTEM:
If you need to withdraw while registration is still open, please go
to the tournament home page and in the left margin click on "Edit
Registration" and proceed to withdraw. No reason is necessary while
the registration is still open. If registration has closed and the
tournament has not yet started, please email/call the tournament
director and provide a reason for the withdrawal. If the tournament
has started, please call the tournament director immediately via
the cell phone # provided. Remember, when withdrawing from a
tournament once the selections have been made, the only reasons
that are accepted by the USTA referee without incurring FIVE (5)
suspension points are injury, illness, or a family emergency.
No refunds once player selections have been made at the close of
the entry deadline.
SIGNING UP FOR TWO EVENTS/MIDWEST SUSPENSION POINT
The USTA/Midwest Section Suspension Point System is in effect. You
are expected to play the entire event as scheduled. All players
will be given FIVE (5) suspension points for entering two or more
tournaments that take place at the same time, in whole or in part,
unless each Tournament Director involved agrees with the multiple
entries in writing via email. This applies to all players who
signed up for the tournament including alternates.
USTA CONTACT INFORMATION:
Procedure for tournament registration: because of Privacy Laws,
your contact info from your USTA membership does not automatically
show up for the tournament director's software anymore. Only
information that you provide when you register will show up. We
have no way of contacting you if you leave fields blank. This
means, for example, if your opponent withdraws at the last minute
due to an injury you might make a trip for a match that is canceled
that we couldn't inform you about until you've arrived in person.
You must indicate all phone numbers (cell a MUST), email addresses
and more for each and every tournament registration....even if you
have played a tournament with us before.
Please call/email Meredith Pollack at 630-774-9888
firstname.lastname@example.org and make sure you reference the name/date of the
tournament and the player's name and age group as we have a lot of
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, June 19, 2019 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: 850168719 from the searchable schedule homepage.
Division and Draw Type Abbreviations
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