Events - Alternates by Event February 10
Thank you for participating in the JRRC championships!
All is done. Our last match was a great match between Sean Ko and Daniel Cardiff in the B18 final. Cardiff won 6-4, 6-4. We congratulate both boys with not only a well played match but a match that exhibited the best of sportsmanship and competitive spirit.
Our sportsmanship awards are awarded to:
B18 - Daniel Cardiff and Sean Ko
B14 - Jason Holland-Morrison
B12 - Jonah Tran
G18 - Kalyani Narayan
G16 - Kaelli Thiel
Practice Court Information
Practice and warm-up courts may be available at Oakmont High School, Del Oro High School, and Feist Park in Granite Bay. First matches of the day will have courts open before matches start at Johnson Ranch.
Tournament Information - PLEASE READ!
Players: this tournament is a new format for all of us. 40 players are selected into each division, 8 players are block seeded into the third round of play. There is a feed-in-championship (FIC) that feeds in through the round of 16. Quarterfinal main draw will progress to semis and to a quarterfinal round for 5th and 6th place. No round is held for 7th and 8th place.
All main draw singles matches, including the quarterfinal rounds, are the best of three tiebreak sets with a 10-minute rest period between second and third sets for all divisions. New balls for the third set. All FIC rounds will use a 10-point match tiebreak in lieu of the third set with a 3-minute rest period between second set and match tiebreak. During the 3-minute rest period, players may receive coaching near the court. After the coaching is complete, they may then go to the bathroom if needed. There is NO COACHING once the 3-minute break is completed.
Good sportsmanship is expected. The players will be playing under The Code. There will be roving officials present. Players may ask them for help on the court if needed. Parents, spectators, and coaches are welcome to observe and encourage all players; however, they are asked not to inset themselves into any matches. Please allow the players and the officials to settle issues without interference. Any participant and spectator associated with the player agree to the rules and regulations set forth by the club and by the USTA program.
Selections will be done on Friday, February 7, by the combined ranking list for that date. The SEEDING will be done by the singles SEEDING list for the same date.
Johnson Ranch Racquet Club is the main site. If a satellite site is need, Gold River Racquet club will be used.
All players please be checked in and ready to play as scheduled. Lateness penalties will be enforced. Losing games and loss of toss is tough, but a default at 15 minutes may be tougher. Official will be enforcing the point penalty system for infractions on court - loss of point, game, and then default. There is no warning if behavior warrants a code. For off-court issues or for withdrawals, NorCal uses the Suspension Point System.
Good luck to all players. Have fun, enjoy your matches, and play well.
Tournament Hotel - Larkspur Landing Roseville
Our recommended hotel is the Larkspur Landing Roseville, an all-suite hotel. Please enjoy your stay in Roseville during the Johnson Ranch Junior Singles Championships.
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WHAT’S NEW FOR JUNIOR TOURNAMENTS IN 2014
USTA Northern California recently announced some
significant changes and enhancements to the section's Junior Tournament
structure that will take effect on January 1, 2014.
USTA National, in an effort to improve the national
junior tournament experience for thousands of young players throughout the
country, has also made numerous changes to the National Junior Competition
Structure that will take effect on January 1, 2014.
Players, parents and coaches are encouraged to review the
new structure by clicking:
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Receive 50% of your entry fee back. Apply for the TOURNAMENT ENTRY ASSISTANCE GRANT(TAG). For more information about this grant or to obtain a copy of the application please visit the USTA Northern California junior homepage at www.norcal.usta.com.
Players are selected manually by the tournament director after the close of registration.
Entry to this tournament is open to specified residents only. Entries must be submitted by Monday, February 3, 2014 11:59:00 PM Pacific Time. Only USTA members can register online if available.
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