Welcome to The 32 Valley Tennis Tournament!
Player Selection Type
We are excited to meet you all.
DOUBLES Draws will be posted tonight!
THIS TOURNAMENT IS A COMPASS DRAW
What is a compass draw and how does it work?This format is a
wonderful format to give players an opportunity to play lots of
matches. It also can accommodate different ability levels in one
draw. It works best for 8, 16, 32 or 64 players, so that there are
no byes are in the draw.
At the end of each round, the winners continue in their tournament
in the same direction, while the losers move to other points on the
compass to form a new satellite tournament.
* At the end of round 1: * The winners go east * The losers go west
* At the end of round 2: * The east losers go north * The west
losers go south * At the end of round 3: * The east losers go
northeast * The north losers go northwest * The west losers go
southwest * The south losers go southeast * At the end of round 4:
* The losers are out of the tournament (unless it is announced in
writing before the start of the first match of the tournament that
there will be semifinal play-offs); * The winners play the finals
on each draw sheet.For a draw of 16, use only the top half of the
draw at each compass point. Follow the same procedure as in a draw
of 32 except that round 4 is the finals instead of the
Our goal is to give players as many matches as we can. If we don't
reach close to the 32 player draw we will most likely do a 16
player draw and then do an alternate player draw with players from
17th player registered and on.
WE CANNOT GUARANTEE 5 MATCHES UNLESS WE HAVE A FULL 32-PLAYER
If draws are not full we have the authorization to combine 2
divisions together in order to create more matches for the
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MATCH SITES AND ADDRESSES:
Salem Hills High School(SHHS)
150 Skyhawk Blvd., Salem, UT.
Mt. Nebo Junior High(MNJH)
851 West 450 South, Payson, UT.84651
Payson High School
1050 South Main Street, Payson, UT.84651
Payson Junior High School
Payson, Utah 84651
AVAILABLE PRACTICE SITES:
Spanish Fork Sports Complex
295 West Volunteer Drive (950 South Main Street),
Spanish Fork, UT.
Santaquin City Courts
750 North 280 West, Santaquin, UT
The scoring will be best 2-of-3 tie-break sets in all events EXCEPT
B10s and G10s will play best of 3 short sets, first to 4 games,
no-ad scoring. If the score reaches 4-4, the players will then play
a 7 point tiebreak to determine the winner of that set. All doubles
will play 8-game pro sets with a 10 point tie-breaker at 8-8. There
will be consolation in doubles. When applicable, a round robin will
be scored first by head-to-head win % and then by set win %.
A withdrawing player shall immediately notify the Tournament
Committee or Referee by telephone or electronic communication that
the player will not be playing. If the player is not playing
because of an injury or illness, the player shall deliver written
verification of the injury or illness from a medical professional
to the Referee no later than the last scheduled day of the
tournament. If the player is not playing because of a personal
emergency, the player shall deliver a written decision of the
situation to the Referee no later than the last scheduled day of
the tournament. The Referee shall determine whether the situation
is a personal emergency. For directions on how to withdraw a player
online before the entries close click more info --->
No Selection Process. All registered players will be selected.
Entry to this tournament is open to all USTA members. Entries must be submitted by Thursday, June 11, 2020 11:59:00 PM Mountain 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: 250006920 from the searchable schedule homepage.
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