G18 - Alternates
B18 - Alternates
B16 - Alternates
G16 - Alternates
USTA WINTER NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
B18 – Matthew Lord, Bloomfield, CT
G18 – Elysia Bolton, Cold Spring Harbor, NY
B16 – Marcus Mcdaniel, Vacaville, CA
G16 – Eryn Cayetano, Corona, CA
2016 Tournament Information – Quick Facts
Tournament ID: 750000216
Events: USTA Winter National Championships – B&G 16s & 18s
Singles: Draw of 128 with Feed-In Championship
Doubles: Draw of 64.
Entry Fee: $110.00 - includes singles and/or doubles, does not include a non-refundable processing fee charged at the time of online entry.
Singles Entry Deadline: Online Registration Begins – October 15, 2015; Online Registration Closes – December 1, 2016, 11:59 am EST.
Doubles Entry Deadline: Final Doubles Entries accepted between 12 Noon to 5:00 pm on December 26th at the Sheraton Phoenix Airport Hotel Tempe during registration.
Time/Place of Singles Draw: The singles draw will be held at the Sheraton Phoenix Airport Tempe Hotel, 1600 S. 52nd Street, Tempe. December 20th at 10:00 am.
Time/Place of Doubles Draw: The doubles draw will be made at the Sheraton Phoenix Airport Hotel Tempe after registration at approximately 10:00 pm. Doubles play will not start until after singles on December 27th, and not before 2:00pm.
Seeding Method: The Computerized List Method of seeding will be used for the tournament. Refer to Table 18 in 2016 Friend at Court for the seeding criteria.
Main Draw Singles (including playoff for 3rd & 4th place): Best of three (3) Tiebreak Sets.
Feed-In Championship Matches: Best of three (3) tie-break sets, with a 10-Point Match Tiebreak in lieu of a third set.
All Doubles Matches: The best of three (3) tie-break sets shall be used in the semifinals, finals and playoff for 3rd place. All other doubles matches shall use the Best of three (3) Tiebreak Sets with a 10-Point match Tiebreak in lieu of a 3rd Set.
Tournament Format: Singles FIC will feed in losers through the quarterfinals, there will be a playoff for 3rd and 4th place in Singles & Doubles, play in the FIC and playoff matches is mandatory.
National Ranking Level: This USTA National Championship is a National Level 1 Ranking Tournament.
Tournament Ball: Wilson Racquet Sports is providing the official ball, the US Open Wilson Championship Extra Duty. Three balls will be used for all matches, and players will receive new balls for all third sets.
TOURNAMENT REGISTRATION FOR ALL AGE DIVISIONS: Sheraton Phoenix Airport Hotel Tempe, 1600 S. 52nd Street, Tempe, Arizona 85281
Notes have been posted below which provide all of the information players need to know about the tournament. Please read this information before entering the tournament. ALL PLAYERS must complete a Player Information/Release Form and email it to BoilerSal@cox.net by December 15th before they can play in the tournament.Attention Players/Parents:Tournament Players must enter contact information each time they register for a tournament. Due to a new policy from the USTA legal department, Tournament Directors no longer have access to phone numbers and email addresses of tournament participants unless the player has entered this information when they register for the tournament. This means that if a player does not enter their phone and email information, a Tournament Director cannot contact them for any reason, including withdrawals, defaults, byes, rain delays, etc.The only way to ensure that the Tournament Director has this information is for the player/parent to enter it when registering. We appreciate all of our player's/parent’s cooperation with this issue so that the tournament can continue to communicate necessary information to you.
Player Information and Medical Release Form
ALL PLAYERS must complete a Player Information/Release Form. Please email it to BoilerSal@cox.net by December 15, 20156 Each player is responsible for his or her own medical expenses. You should carry the necessary insurance information with you to the tournament. Medical advice and an on-site trainer will be provided. Players are reminded that the tournament must have a Player Information/Release Form on file before they can play. Click on the MORE INFO link to obtain a copy.
Girls 16 Site, Hotel, TOURNAMENT REGISTRATION ALL DIVISIONS
Hotel: Sheraton Phoenix Airport Hotel Tempe, 1600 S. 52nd Street, Tempe, Arizona 85281, $89.00 per night – traditional single/double. Rates include full hot breakfast buffet for up to two. Reservations must be made by December 15, 2016. Call the hotel directly at 480-967-6600 and mention you are with the USTA Winter National Championships tennis tournament to receive this discounted rate. You can also book online by visiting the personalized USTA Winter National Championships website by clicking the MORE INFO link below.
Chandler Tennis Center, 2250 S. McQueen Rd., Chandler,
Stringer Availability at the
Chandler Tennis Center: Stringing services will be available on site during the tournament.
Site Practice Court Availability:
Chandler Tennis Center: Open December 24th 8:00am until 3:00pm; closed
December 25th; open December 26th 8:00am - 3:00pm. Courts can be reserved 2
days in advance by calling (480) 782-2650. Fees range from $5.00-$7.00 per
court for day/night, for 1-1/2 hours. Call for information on hitting pros.
During tournament play, practice courts will be available on site for
Additional Practice Courts: Unless indicated by an asterisk, all facilities are city parks/schools open to the public every day, including Christmas Day, and courts are available to the general public on a first come, first served basis. No individual reservations are accepted or required. City of Tempe
*Kiwanis Recreation Center, 6111 S. All American Way, Tempe, 480-350-5201.Corona Del Sol High School, 8 courts - lit, 1001 E. Knox Road, East of Rural between Warner & Ray Roads.Marcos De Niza High School, 8 courts - lit, 6000 S. Lakeshore Drive, North of Guadalupe between Rural & McClintock Rds. McClintock High School, 8 courts - lit, 1830 E. Del Rio Drive, East of McClintock, north of Southern Ave.Tempe High School, 8 courts - lit, 1730 S. Mill Ave., At East Broadway Road.
Boys 16 Site and Hotel
Hotel: Residency Inn - Phoenix, 8242 North Black Canyon Highway, Phoenix, AZ 8505. $89.00 for a Studio Suite; call 602-864-1900 and ask for the USTA Central Arizona group rate. Rates include full hot breakfast. Conveniently located to Phoenix Tennis Center, just 6 minutes away. Larger Suites are also available at a discounted rate; call for information. Attendees preferring to make reservations via the web should click on the "More Info" link.
Site: Phoenix Tennis Center, 6330 N. 21st Avenue, Phoenix 602-249-3712.
Stringer Availability: Stringers will be on site during business hours. The charge is $20.00/ racquet for players providing string. An assortment of string is available at the Phoenix Tennis Center Pro Shop if needed.
Site Practice Court Availability: Christmas Day, open 9:00am to 5:00pm, call for reservations; open December 26th 7:30am – 9:00pm. Courts can be reserved for practice by calling (602) 249-3712. Fees are $4.00/person for 1-1/2 hours during the day and $5.00/person for 1 1/2 hours night time. Hitting pros are also available. During tournament play, practice courts are free, but will have limited availability on site.
Additional Practice Courts: Unless indicated by an asterisk, all facilities are city parks/schools open to the public every day, including Christmas Day, and courts are available to the general public on a first come, first served basis. No individual reservations are accepted or required.
City of Phoenix
Rose Mofford Sports Complex*, 8 courts - lit, 9833 N. 25th Avenue. 602- 261-8011 * Closed on Christmas day, minimal charge for reserved courts, call for hours of operation and court reservations, or walk on.
Granada Park, 4 courts - lit, 6505 N. 20th Street, South of Glendale Ave, east of Highway 51.
Mountain View Tennis Center*, 11 courts - lit, 1104 E. Grovers Ave., North of Bell Rd., east of 7th Street. (602) 534-2500 *Closed on Christmas day, minimal charge for courts, call for hours of operation and court reservations.
Roadrunner Park, 6 courts - lit, 3502 E. Cactus Road, East of Highway 51 on Cactus Road.
Central District :
Encanto Park, 8 courts - lit, 2605 N. 15th Avenue, Between Thomas & McDowell Rds. (602) 261-8993
G.R. Herberger Park, 4 court - lit, 5802 E. Indian School Road, North side of Indian School at 58th Street.
Boys 18 Site and Hotel
Days Inn & Suites, Scottsdale; 7330 North Pima Road, Scottsdale, AZ 85258,
$94.00 per night. Rates include full hot breakfast, Wireless Internet, 24-hour
Business and Fitness Center, Outdoor heated pool and Jacuzzi, and Courtesy
Shuttle within five miles. Reservations must be made by December 15, 2016. Call
the hotel directly at 480-948-3800 and mention you are with the USTA Winter
National Championships, Boys 18 Division receive this discounted rate.
For Those Wanting The Full Resort Experience and to escape to the ultimate desert magic experience. Fairmont Scottsdale Princess, 7575 East Princess Drive, Scottsdale, AZ 85255, $159 per night 12/22 through 12/25; $219 per night 12/26 through 12/29; and $299 per night 12/30 through 1/3/16 – single/double. Overlooking breathtaking vistas of the McDowell Mountains, they offer a refreshing blend of Southwestern luxury, art, and design. Call the hotel directly at (480) 419-3155 or toll free reservations at 800-344-4758 and mention you are with the USTA Winter National Championships Courtesy Block to receive this fantastic discounted rate.
Site: Scottsdale Ranch Park, 10400 E. Via Linda, Scottsdale, 480-312-7774.
Stringer Availability: All About Tennis, 10245 N. Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale, AZ 85253, 480-946-7707 will be providing the stringing services on site.
Site Practice Court Availability: Scottsdale Ranch Park: Dec. 24th, open 9:00am – 4:30pm. Closed Christmas Day, open Dec. 26th 9:00am – 9:00pm. Courts can be reserved starting at 9:30am the day before by calling (480) 312-7774 for Scottsdale Ranch Park.
Indian School Park call (480) 312-2740. For courts on the 26th, call on Dec. 24th. Fees range from $4.00-$8.00/court for day use and $8.00-$12.00 for evening use for 1-1/2 hours. Call for information on hitting pros. During tournament play, limited practice courts will be available on site for
free, on a first come first serve basis.
Indian School Park Tennis Center Official Hitting Facility
Reserve your workout time on the same court surface!! Hit at the sister facility of Scottsdale Ranch Park Tennis Center!! Indian School Park Tennis Center is located 7 miles south of SRP, 4289 N Hayden Road, Scottsdale 85251 and is open 9a-430p on Dec 24th and daily from 9a-9p, Dec 26 through January 2nd. Courts can be reserved starting at 9:30am the day before by calling (480) 312-2740 for Indian School Park Tennis Center. For courts on the 26th, call on Dec. 24th. Fees for 1.5 hours range from $4.00-$8.00/court for day use and $8.00-$12.00/court for evening use. Courts will be available throughout the tournament.
Additional Practice Courts: Unless indicated by an asterisk, all facilities are city parks/schools open to the public every day, including Christmas Day, and courts are available to the general public on a first come, first served basis. No individual reservations are accepted or required.
City of Scottsdale
Aztec Park, 2 courts - lit, 13636 N. 100th Street, 100th Street & Frank Lloyd Wright Blvd.
Chesnutt Park, 2 courts - lit, 4565 N. Granite Reef, Northeast of Camelback and Granite Reef.
Cholla Park, 2 courts - lit, 11320 E. Via Linda, Northwest of Frank Lloyd Wright & Via Linda.
Comanche Park, 2 courts - lit, 7639 Paseo Del Norte, 1/2 mile north of McCormick Prky and Paseo Del Norte.
Grayhawk Neighborhood Park, 2 courts - lit, 20726 N. 76th Street, Southwest of 76th Street and Grayhawk Drive
Horizon Park & Community Center, 2 courts - lit, 15444 N. 100th Street, Frank Lloyd Wright and 100th Street.
Ironwood Park, 1 court - lit, 18650 N. 94th Street, Northwest of 94th Street and Union Hills.
Mountain View Park & Community Center, 2 courts - lit, 8625 E. Mountain View, East of Hayden on Mountain View.
Northsight Park, 2 courts - lit, 8400 E. Thunderbird Road, Northeast of Thunderbird and 84th Street.
Paiute Park, 2 courts - lit, 3210 N. 66th Street, South of Osborn on 66th Street.
Rio Montana Park, 2 courts - lit, 11180 N. 132nd Street, Southwest of Via Linda and 130th Street.
Sonoran Hills Park, 1 court - lit, 7625 E. Williams Road, South of Pinnacle Peak Rd, East of Scottsdale Rd.
Thunderbird Park, 2 courts - lit, 9170 E. Thunderbird Road, Northwest of 92nd Street and Thunderbird.
Scottsdale Community College, 8 courts - lit, 9000 E. Chaparral Road, East of the 101 – Pima Freeway.
Desert Mountain High School, 8 courts - no lights, 12575 E. Via Linda, East of 124th Street.
Girls 18 Site and Hotel
Hotel: Phoenix Marriott Mesa, 200 N. Centennial Way, Mesa, Arizona 85201 $89.00 per night – single/double/triple/quad. Reservations must be made by December 15, by calling (480) 898-8300 and ask for “USTA National Winter Championship Girls 18” Group Rate. Attendees preferring to make reservations via the web should click on the "More Info" link.
Site: Mesa Tennis Center at Gene Autry Sorts Complex, 4125 E. McKellips, Mesa, 480-644-3874. On December 26th, the site will be open from 9am to 8pm for practice, with rates of $6 per hour during the day and $8 per hour at night.
Stringer Availability: Stringing available on site during tournament; $15 string if player provides string. Jim Munsil,
USRSA Master Racquet Technician.
Additional Practice Courts: Unless indicated by an asterisk, all facilities are city parks/schools open to the public every day, including Christmas Day, and courts are available to the general public on a first come, first served basis. No individual reservations are accepted or required.City of MesaStapley Jr. High 3250 E. Hermosa Vista, north of McKellips and west of GreenfieldShepherd Junior High School, 1407 North Alta Mesa Dr., East of Higley, south of McKellips. Mountain View High School, 2700 E. Brown Road, At Lindsay Road. Dobson High School, 1501 W. Guadalupe Road, Between Dobson Rd. and Alma School Rd. Skyline High School, 8 courts, 845 S. Crismon Rd., Between Southern Ave. and Broadway Road. Enter courts Off Pueblo at back of school. Red Mountain High School, 7301 E. Brown Rd, east of Power
EnteringTwo Divisions at USTA National Championship
The USTA Regulations prohibit a player from being entered, when entries close, in two or more tournaments if any part of the tournaments overlap, unless each Tournament Committee understands the situation and concurs in writing. There are exceptions to this rule on the national junior level.The USTA National Championships, USTA National Sweet Sixteen, USTA National Selection Tournaments, Closed USTA Regional Tournaments, and Open USTA Regional Tournaments permit a player to enter more than one age division.However, it is important to understand the consequences of this decision.If you want to play in one of these tournaments, but are unsure if you will get in, you may enter up to two different age divisions. When selection is done, players are selected for the oldest age division first. * 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. For additional information click the link below.
USTA NATIONAL JUNIOR WILD CARD INFORMATION
Number of Wild Cards * USTA National Championships: Up to 8 wild cards may be awarded per division. Eligibility:All wild card players must be eligible to enter the tournament, be in good standing with the applicant's Sectional Association, and may not be under suspension by the USTA. Applicants are not required to submit timely entries into the tournament to be considered for a wild card.Criteria:Beginning in January 2014, the USTA began publishing the criteria that will be used to select wild cards in Friend at Court. The criteria is as follows:* No player that is under suspension by the USTA, a Sectional Association, the ITF, the ITA, the WTA, or the ATP may be awarded a wild card. * No player who has a national standing below the standing of the first alternate may be awarded a wild card unless, in the opinion of the Wild Card Committee, the player will improve the overall strength of field of the tournament. * No player who submits a late wild card application may be considered. Timely entries into the tournament are recommended, but are not required. * A player with an established record in international, professional, or collegiate competition may be considered. * A player whose ability to qualify has been affected by injury, illness, or other personal circumstance may be considered. * A player with a high standing in a younger age division of the event may be considered. * A player with a high standing in the division of the event who was not endorsed by their Sectional Association may be considered, provided that the player has been recommended for a wild card by their Sectional Association. * A player who has been recommended for a wild card by the USTA National Coaching Staff may be considered. Wild Card Application:Applications MUST be filed separately for each tournament and received by the appropriate deadline (see below). Click the MORE INFO link to go to the online wild card application form. Deadline:Applications must be submitted online no later than 5:00 p.m. Eastern Time five (5) days after the entry deadline for the tournament for which the wild card is sought. Early application is strongly encouraged. Notification:Once the application deadline has passed, the USTA will confirm the applicant's status with the Sectional Association. Shortly thereafter the Wild Card Committee will meet to determine the wild card recipients. Only those players selected to receive wild cards will be notified.NOTE: The information above applies ONLY to wild cards for USTA National Championships, USTA National Sweet Sixteens, and USTA National Spring Team Championships. See the TennisLink Tournament Home Pages for information on whether Wild Cards are available for USTA International Tournaments and ITF Tournaments.
Late Entrants - players entering after the December 4th deadline at 11:59 am EST - will not be selected for the tournament. They are eligible to be placed on the Alternate List, but they will be placed at the bottom of the list in the order the late entry is received. Late Entrants have little to no chance of being accepted into the singles draw as the Alternate List typically consists of 50 to 150 players depending on the age division, and historically the tournament has approximately 10 Onsite Alternates per division. Late Entrants are eligible to enter doubles during Doubles Registration on December 26th but there is no guarantee you will make the doubles draw.
As approved by the USTA Junior Competition Committee for 2014 in USTA National Championships: Main Draw Singles (including playoff for 3rd & 4th place): Best of three (3) Tiebreak Sets. Feed-In Championship Matches: Best of three (3) tie-break sets, with a 10-Point Match Tiebreak in lieu of a third set. All Doubles Matches: The best of three (3) tie-break sets shall be used in the semifinals, finals and playoff for 3rd place. All other doubles matches shall use the Best of three (3) Tiebreak Sets with a 10-Point match Tiebreak in lieu of a 3rd Set. Regular scoring will be used in all matches.Here is our planned schedule:Scheduled Rounds:Day 1 - Play Begins: Singles 1st Round and Doubles 1st RoundDay 2 - MD Rd of 64, Cons Rd of 64 Qual, Doubles Rd of 32Day 3 - Cons Rd of 64, MD Rd of 32, Cons Rd of 32 Quali, Doubles Rd of 16Day 4 - Cons Rd of 32, MD Rd of 16, Cons Rd of 16 Qual, Doubles QtrsDay 5 - Cons Rd of 16, MD Qtrs, Cons Rd of Qrts Quali, Doubles SemisDay 6 - Cons Qtrs, MD Semis, Cons Semis, Doubles Finals - All Divisions will play at SRPDay 7 - Main Draw Finals & 3/4 Playoff, Consolation Finals - All Divisions will play at SRP
USTA National Championships: Singles Selection Process for Boys' & Girls' 18 &16 Divisions
Note: The selection procedure for USTA National Championships has changed, effective January 1, 2015. Adjustments have been made to the number of USTA Sectional Association Quota and available wild cards and are shown below.
SINGLES SELECTION PROCEDURES: Each Tournament Committee shall accept players who have submitted timely entries and successful wild card applicants into the singles draw of a USTA National Championship in the following order:
* Winner of designated Sectional Ranking Tournament - The USTA National Championships only.
Age Eligible players who win the singles event at a designated Sectional Ranking Tournament shall be selected for the same division of The USTA National Championship.• 18 Divisions. Up to 32 players shall be accepted in the order in which their names appear on the list.• 16 Divisions. Up to 16 players shall be accepted in the order in which their names appear on the list.
* Players Within Sectional Associations’ Quotas: Players not previously selected who are on the Sectional Endorsement Lists and within the established Sectional quota, and who have submitted timely entries shall be accepted in the order determined by the Sectional endorser.
* Endorsed Players on National Standings List: The Tournament Committee shall fill the remaining spots in the draw, except for those spots reserved for wild card recipients with endorsed players remaining on the most recently published National Standings List in the order in which their names appear.
* Wild Cards: The Tournament Committee shall accept those junior players granted wild cards by the USTA Wild Card Committee. Wild card recipients do not need Sectional endorsement, however the Sectional office must approve a player’s wild card application. Overall wild card limits are 8 wild cards per age division for the USTA National Championship.
* Additional players on National Standings List. If the Wild Card Committee awards fewer than the maximum number of wild cards, the Tournament Committee shall fill the remaining sports in the draw with endorsed players remaining on the National Standings List used to accept players into the draw.
• Alternate List: The Tournament Committee shall prepare an alternate list of those endorsed players not accepted into the singles main draw. Alternates shall be ordered using the National Standings List used to accept players into the draw to fill remaining vacancies. Late entrants who are eligible for selection shall be listed below these players by the date and time on which the late entry is made. If multiple late entries are received at the same time, they shall be ordered by lot. Late entrants are not ordered by position on the National Standings List.
• Replacement of Player Before Draw is Made: The Tournament Committee shall replace a player who withdraws or is otherwise removed but was accepted as part of a Section’s quota with the next player on that Section’s endorsement list. If no players remain on a Sectional Endorsement List, the player shall be replaced with the highest remaining alternate. The Tournament Committee shall replace a player who was NOT accepted as part of a Section’s quota with next highest remaining alternate.
• Replacement of Player Before Draw is Made: Winner of designated Sectional Ranking Tournament accepted into The USTA National Championships. The Tournament Committee shall replace a winner of a designated Sectional Ranking Tournament accepted into The USTA National Championships with the next player on the Sectional Endorsement List from the winner’s Sectional Association. If no players remain on a Sectional Endorsement List, the player shall be replaced with the highest remaining alternate.
• Replacement of Player Before Draw is Made: All other players. The Tournament Committee shall replace * a player accepted from a Direct Acceptance List; * a wild card recipient; * an endorsed player accepted from the National Standings List used to accept players into the draw pursuant to Regulation XIII.D.5.; and * a player accepted from the alternate list, with the highest listed remaining alternate.
Singles and Doubles Events
Singles: 128 draw with a mandatory feed-in championship through the quarterfinals. The semi-final losers in championship play will play-off for 3rd and 4th place. The feed-in championship winner and runner-up will be awarded 5th and 6th place.Official Tennis Ball: Wilson Racquet Sports is providing the official ball, the Wilson U S Open Championship Extra Duty Ball. New can of balls will be provided for full set. Doubles: 64 teams. Players eligible to enter Doubles event are: USTA National Open Doubles Qualifiers, Singles players, and Singles Alternates with doubles-only endorsements. The Doubles Draw will be filled in that order. Players may play doubles only in the same age division that they are playing singles.At 4:30 pm on Registration Day, a “Players Without Partners” Meeting will be held to match any players who do not have partners. The tournament is not responsible for matching a player with a partner. Entries will close promptly on December 26, 5pm.***Please email the Tournament Director at BoilerSal@cox.net with your confirmed doubles partner***
Before the draw is made the tournament will replace a player who was accepted as part of a section's quota with the next available player on that section's endorsement list, and replace a player who was not accepted as part of a section's quota with the next highest remaining alternate. After the draw, tournament will replace a withdrawing player with the next highest remaining alternate. Tournament alternates may continue to look at the current list on www.usta.com, under the Reports tab. This list will be published on the website once the selection process has been completed which is usually within 3 to 5 days of the Entry Deadline. ***Please note: Alternate Lists are immediately updated as soon as we have a withdrawal no need to call and ask if there have been any withdrawals.***
An Onsite Alternate is a player whose name appears on the Alternate List and is on site in hope of getting into the tournament. All such players who intend to be Onsite Alternates need to participate in the tournament registration process on December 26th so that we know you will be on site. Please make sure to register at the Alternate Check-In desk. Replacement of withdrawing players continues as described above however identifying yourself as an Onsite Alternate will allow you to receive important tournament information and instruction on how to be available if an opening occurs in the draw at the last minute.
Withdrawals Prior to Entry Deadline: If entries have not yet closed, a player may withdraw by going to the tournament’s USTA TennisLink Home Page - the same web page that the player registered for the tournament. Once in the system, click on the "Register Now" text in red. When taken to the next page, click on "Withdraw" on the left hand side of the screen. You will need your confirmation number from your original registration to withdraw. Because your credit card will not be charged prior to the entry deadline, no refund needs to be made. If you cannot locate your confirmation number, contact email@example.com.
Tournament Withdrawals After Entry Deadline: Immediately email Sally Grabham at BoilerSal@cox.net if you must withdraw from the tournament. Bona fide reasons for a withdrawal are illness, injury, or personal circumstances.
Withdrawals After Draw Is Made: After the Draw is made on December 20th, contact Sally Grabham at 480-639-6705 and send written verification via email to BoilerSal@cox.net.
All withdrawals for any reason without the proper written notification are actually defaults and Code of Conduct Report will be completed for each defaulting player who fails to submit written verification/medical verification to the Tournament Director by the last day of tournament. The required written verification of an injury or illness must be from a medical professional can be faxed to (888) 463-8841 or a .pdf can be emailed to BoilerSal@cox.net. Players that suffer from an illness or injury during the tournament may obtain written verification from one of our certified athletic trainers, but it is the player’s responsibility to obtain this written verification and deliver it to the Tournament Director at the time of withdrawal. All withdrawals for any reason without the proper written notification are actually defaults and a Code of Conduct Report will be completed for each defaulting player who fails to submit written verification/medical verification to the Tournament Director by the last day of tournament. If the player is withdrawing because of a personal emergency, the player must deliver a written explanation of the situation to the Tournament Director, and the Referee will determine whether the situation is a personal emergency.
USTA SUSPENSION POINTS: Any withdrawal that does not meet the written verification requirements by the last scheduled day of the tournament, will also result in the player being levied suspension points and any match that is not played will be coded as a Default.
NO REFUNDS WILL BE ISSUED.
JANUARY 1st and 2nd SCHEDULE
ALL MATCHES SCHEDULED FOR JANUARY 1ST AND 2ND WILL BE PLAYED AT SCOTTSDALE RANCH PARK, 10400 E. VIA LINDA ROAD, SCOTTSDALE, 480-312-7774.
OUR TENTATIVE SCHEDULE ON JANUARY 2ND:
9:00am all ¾ and Consolation
10:30am G16 & G18 Finals
12:00pm B18 & B18 Finals
Registration Day Activities
Registration: All divisions will be held on December 26th between 12:00 pm and 5:00 pm at the Sheraton Phoenix Airport Hotel Tempe, 1600 S. 52nd Street, Tempe, Arizona 85281.Players Without Partners Meeting: For those doubles players looking for a partner, 4:30 pm. Mandatory Players Meeting: Sheraton Ballroom, 5:15 pm. Player Dinner: The Player Dinner will be held at the Sheraton Phoenix Airport Hotel Tempe following the Players Meeting, 6:00pm. Free for the Player and $15 for all others.
Players who will not be able to arrive for registration between 12 pm and 5 pm, on December 26th, must contact Sally Grabham at 480-639-6705 or email BoilerSal@cox.net. It is the players responsibility to check the tournament draws posted on the Tournament Website and in the host hotels' lobbies for first match times. Players need to check in at the appropriate tournament desk, 30 minutes prior to their first round match, where all registration materials will be available.
All players are required to wear appropriate tennis attire. Cut off shorts, bare midriffs, compression shorts & tights (alone), or any other attire that is simply recreational and not tennis oriented is not acceptable.
We have created a Facebook page to assist players in finding doubles partners, warm-up partners, updated tournament information, and to make communication with other players easier. Click on the following which will direct you to the Facebook page, sign in, become a fan, post comments, check out pictures from the 2015 tournament and enjoy!
The USTA Winter National Championships will present a Sportsmanship Award for each age division. Players are encouraged to nominate players for the Tournament Committee to consider. You have been involved in tournaments all year and are in a good position to bring to our attention those players worthy of consideration. The winner of the USTA Sportsmanship Award will receive a commemorative plaque from the USTA. Nomination forms will be available at registration and each tournament desk.
The finals of ALL singles and doubles, all 3rd/4th playoffs and all FIC finals will be on January 1 & 2nd, 2017, at Scottsdale Ranch Park, 10040 E. Via Linda, Scottsdale. The USTA will award gold, silver and bronze tennis balls to the first, second and third place finishers in singles and doubles. In addition, the Winter National Championships will present our “Valley of the Sun” award to all winners and runners-up.***When making your travel arrangements, please remember that Finals Day matches will continue through the afternoon and can't be rescheduled.***
1. Seth Korey, additionally available on Christmas Day; contact him either by text, email (Skorey777@gmail.com) or calling him directly at 602 803 4006, to make the arrangements.
2. Matt Sunter Director of Tennis, International Junior Performance Tennis, 312-330-7873; msunter@ijptennis; ijptennis.com.
3. Warren Race, phone number 214-601-0047, firstname.lastname@example.org.
4. Call any of the sites for hitting information.
Players are selected from a variety of National Lists and generally require Section endorsement.
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 Thursday, December 1, 2016 11:59:00 AM Eastern Time. Only USTA members can register online if available.
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