Saturday, May 21
Congratulations to Porubin/Schiller! The 2016 Women's Doubles Champions
Congratulations to Eric Quigley! The 2016 Men's Singles Champion.
Congratulations to Sanaz Marand! The 2016 Women's Singles Champion.
Congratulations to Cerretani/Schnur! The 2016 Men's Doubles Champions.
Congratulations to Quigley/Wong! The 20016 Mixed Doubles Champions
Order of Play - Saturday, May 21
The order of play for Saturday is as follows:
8:30a - Women's Doubles Final
To Follow: Men's Singles Final
To Follow: Women's Singles Final
To Follow: Men's Doubles Final
To Follow: Mixed Doubles Final
All players are required to complete a "US Open National Playoffs Player Release and Consent Form" prior to the player's first match. Click here to download and print a PDF file of the form. You will be asked for this form upon check-in at the tournament so please bring the completed form with you.
This tournament is part of the US Open National Playoffs - a
series of tournaments that gives any player 14 years of age or
older who meets the eligibility requirements the opportunity to
qualify for the 2016 US Open. Sectional Qualifying Tournaments will
be held across 15 USTA Sections to include men's singles, women's
singles, men's doubles, women's doubles, and mixed doubles.
Tournaments will take place between April 1 and July 4.
Player Selection Type
With a maximum of a 256 singles draw and a 128 doubles team draw,
players/teams will compete in a single elimination draw. Singles
players will play to the best-of-three tiebreak sets and doubles
teams will play two tiebreak sets, no-ad scoring, with a match
tiebreak in lieu of a third set. Within each singles division,
players will be seeded based on their Universal Tennis Rating (UTR)
at the Tournament Referee's discretion. Within each doubles
division, the top two teams will be seeded based on their ATP/WTA
computer ranking (if any).
The winner or top available finisher of each Sectional Qualifying
Tournament in each division (men's singles, women's singles, men's
doubles, women's doubles, mixed doubles) will advance to the US
Open National Playoffs Championships in their respective division
taking place in New Haven, CT at Yale University during the
Connecticut Open, an Emirates Airline US Open Series event (August
19-22 for singles, August 21-24 for men's & women's doubles,
August 24-27 for mixed doubles). The men's and women's singles
champions will receive a wild card into the 2016 US Open Qualifying
Tournament and the men's, women's and mixed doubles champions will
receive a wild card into the main draw of the 2016 US Open.
Go to USOpen.org/NationalPlayoffs for additional information. Good
The tournament director will run a "Lottery Selection Process" via TennisLink within 24 hours after the entry close date which will automatically accept all entries if the total number of entries into the tournament is less than or equal to 256 for men's singles, less than or equal to 256 for women's singles, and less than or equal to 128 teams for mixed Doubles; and, if applicable, less than or equal to 128 teams for men's doubles, and less than or equal to 128 teams for women's doubles. If the total number of entries into the tournament is greater than the above, then the "Lottery Selection Process" will determine accepted entries at random. A player's entry fee will only be processed if he/she is accepted into the tournament. All players accepted into the tournament will receive an email notification via TennisLink indicating as such and will be posted online once the "Lottery Selection Process" is run. All players not accepted into the tournament will receive an email notification via TennisLink indicating as such once the "Lottery Selection Process" is run.
Entry to this tournament is open to all USTA members. Entries must be submitted by Wednesday, May 4, 2016 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: 400054116 from the searchable schedule homepage.
Division and Draw Type Abbreviations
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