Santa Circuit MIXED DOUBLES tournament. Take advantage of this once a year opportunity to play MIXED DOUBLES!
For more information or to add a mixed doubles partner please contact Angela at Angela.Crooks@sgcity.org
Mixed Doubles Divisions: MXD 14's, 16's & 18's
Players will receive the "World Famous" St. George tennis hoodie.
First 16 players are excepted in the MAIN DRAW, Others will be placed on the "Alternate List"
Only 16 players are allowed into the main compass draw. All others will be placed into the "Alternate Event". These players will then be placed into groups depending on the size and play a round robin. Ensuring players will have the opportunity to play at least 3 matches.
** Players wanting to withdraw will need to email Wayne at email@example.com and request a refund.
** Players still wishing to play will be placed on an "Alternate Bracket" These players will still be guaranteed 3 matches.
**Space is limited and some players may be withdrawn due to size of the tournament
** Players on the "Alternate Bracket" will not receive any USTA points.
Singles: 3 Match Guarantee / Doubles: 2 Match Guarantee
10's / Orange & Green / Singles & Doubles
Best 3 short sets, first to 4 games (win by two). No-Ad Scoring. If the score reaches 4-4 in the first two sets players will play a 7 point tiebreaker. A 7 point tie breaker will be played in lieu of a third set.
Singles: All other divisions
Scoring will be best 2-of-3 sets, 10 point tie breaker in lieu of 3rd set
Scoring 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 %.
*Players not adhering to the scoring format will forfeit the tournament
Spectator Conduct Policy / Zero Tolerance Policy
The City of St. George Tennis Tournament Series has a strict "Zero Tolerance Policy" Players, parents and spectators are expected to uphold the integrity of this great game of tennis
Site Directors are instructed to observe unsportsmanlike behavior from players, parents and spectators and report it to the tournament director. If a violation has occurred players, parents and spectators need to report it immediately to the site director.
We will not tolerate unsportsmanlike behavior, such as: taunting, dishonesty, throwing your racket, bullying, receipt of coaching, verbal abuse, failure to follow instructions from "site director' or "tournament director", or any other conduct that is abusive or detrimental to the game of tennis.
We want to ensure the best possible experience for all players, parents and spectators. Please help us continue to make St. George Tennis Tournament Series the best tournaments in Southern Utah.
SPECTATOR PERSONAL CONDUCT POLICY As a spectator of a participant in USTA-sanctioned tennis tournament in the Utah District, you are under a “duty to encourage and maintain high standards of proper conduct, fair play, and good sportsman ship.” USTA Regulation IV.C(1). In addition, you are “under an obligation to avoid acts that may be considered detrimental to the game of tennis.” USTA Regulation IV.C(1). In all Utah District tennis tournaments, the following acts are prohibited before, during, and after each match, engagement in such actions, will be subject to the penalties listed below.
1. Addressing an opponent in a negative manner, including any references to the opponent’s line calls, behavior, or anything else.
2. Addressing the parent or other representative of a junior opponent, or an adult players spectator, in a negative manner. 3. Addressing an official, tournament director or tournament representative in a negative manner.
4. Coaching during a match except as permitted by the USTA Rules.
5. Otherwise engaging in any abusive conduct that is detrimental to the game of tennis. Engaging in any of these prohibited acts, will cause a grievance to be submitted to the UTA Grievance Committee for review and spectator will be subject to the following ‘MINIMUM’ penalties:
1. First Offense: Banned from attending the next Utah District Sanctioned Event the player you were watching enters (this could be extended to include leagues and or tournaments entered by additional family member players).
2. Second Offense: Banned from attending the next three Utah District Sanctioned Events the player you were watching enters (this could be extended to include leagues and or tournaments entered by additional family member players).
3. Third Offense: Banned from attending any Utah District Sanctioned Events for a calendar year from the date of the Third Offense.
In addition, the following acts are prohibited for players and spectators:
1. Visible or audible profanity or obscenity.
2. Abuse of racquet, balls, or equipment.
3. Verbal abuse of a player or official.
4. Receipt of coaching.
5. Failure to follow the instructions of an official.
6. Any other conduct that is abusive or detrimental to the game of tennis.
SITES & ADDRESSES
Tonaquint Tennis Center (TTC)
1851 South Dixie Drive
St. George, Ut 84770
Pine View High School (PVH)
2850 East 750 North
St. George, UT 84770
Crimson Cliffs High School (CCHS)
4430 South Crimson Way
Washington, UT 84780
Dixie High School (DHS)
350 East 700 South
St. George, UT 84770
Desert Hills High School (DHHS)
828 Desert Hills Dr. E.
St. George, UT 84790
Snow Canyon High School (SCH)
1385 North 2400 West
St. George, UT 84770
Dixie State University (DSU)
500 S 600 E
St. George, Ut, 84770
Pineview High School (PVH)
2850 E. 750 N
St. George, Utah, 84790
Hidden Valley Park (HVP)
10's Orange Ball Matches & Green Dot Matches
3505 Barcelona Drive
St. George, Ut, 84790
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 semifinals.
Draw size is 16. The first 16 players in each division to sign
up will be accepted. Format for 12's Open Green Division - 12's
Open Green Division may be played by any 12's Division player (10's
eligible players may play up into this division if they have
qualified for 10's green play) who is seeking more Green Dot ball
match play. Matches will be played on 78' (full size) courts with
green low compression balls. FORMAT FOR 10'S OPEN DIVISIONS: 10's
Orange Open Divisions will be played on 60' courts with orange low
compression balls. 10's Green Open Divisions will be played on 78'
(full size) courts with green low compression balls. 10's matches
will be best of 3 short sets (first to 4 games), with a 7 point
tiebreak if the score reaches 4-4.
No Selection Process. All registered players will be selected.
Entry to this tournament is open to all USTA members. Entries must be submitted by Wednesday, December 2, 2020 11:59:00 PM Mountain Time. Only USTA members can register online if available.
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