Friday Results Posted; Saturday Schedule Announcement to be Made Saturday Morning
All scheduled Friday matches have been completed and results posted.
Many have asked about Saturday's schedule in light of the weather forecast. Players should plan for the schedule to play as announced until informed otherwise. If in the morning it is certain we cannot play outdoors, then we will post schedule revisions here. If in the morning it is uncertain if/when it may rain, the announced schedule stands until we have more definitive information.
The Club has blocked off some indoor court time for Saturday -- but even if every court was available all day (which is NOT the case), we would not be able to play all scheduled tournament matches nor are we able to play many matches at their currently scheduled times.So as with any outdoor tournament, players/parents need to remain flexible as to their match times.
As soon as we know that schedule changes are necessary, we will post an announcement here.
Full Draws/Schedules Now Published
All draws and full schedules (both main draw and consolation matches) for this weekend's tournament are now published and viewable by players/parents.
Full Schedules to Be Posted by Thursday Evening
All singles events should anticipate beginning play on Friday, on or after 3:00PM. The biggest draw -- B16 singles -- should expect to play both the opening round and the round of 16 that day, and possibly a round of consolation matches as well. BG12s and G16s should expect opening rounds only. Doubles play likely to begin on Saturday. Check the draws once posted on Thursday to view and confirm your match times!
Entries Now Closed and Important Note
All late entries have now been accounted for and no further entries will be accepted. Players wishing to be place on an Alternates List (to be contacted if a registered player withdraws) should email the Referee (firstname.lastname@example.org) with their desired event, USTA number, and best telephone number to reach them.
NOTE: Except for G12 event, all singles events are formatted as FICQ's and players are expected to play all consolation matches for which they are eligible and the tournament schedules. Players who fail to appear for scheduled consolation matches except for injury, illness, or personal circumstance approved by the Referee, will be reported to the Section for imposition of Suspension Points.If you cannot play a consolation match, you MUST inform the Referee as soon as possible and no later than 3 hours prior to the scheduled match time to avoid being reported.
DC RESIDENTS - Please email the Tournament Director to be
included in this event. Emails must be received by the
MAS Regulations and Ranking Points
This tournament operates in accordance with the rules and guidelines listed in USTA Mid-Atlantic Regulations and USTA Friend at Court. Players are eligible to earn ranking points from this event based on the point tables found in the USTA Mid-Atlantic Regulations. Points are awarded based on the level of the tournament and the draw format. Main draw and consolation points may vary based on the draw format used.
MAS Regulations are accessible online here:
https://www.usta.com/content/dam/usta/sections/mid-atlantic/pdfs/junior-competition-resources/2018_MAS_TournamentRegulations.pdf# (copy and paste link in browser)
MAS CONTACT INFO:
Bonnie Vona: email@example.com
Robert Issem: firstname.lastname@example.org
Rachel Kros: email@example.com
Lisa Atkins: firstname.lastname@example.org
USTA/MAS State Championship Guidelines
For each surface, the section shall offer one site per age division in each state, and players may only compete within their state of residence with the exception of the WV events which are open to all players. Players choosing to participate in the WV Open Championship may not also play within their state of residences. Players may only play in one event. DC residents may choose one site (WV, MD or VA) to compete in for Clay Courts since there is not a Clay Court event offered in DC. Players are asked to review tournament dates carefully as some of these events will be played during the week. There will be NO REFUNDS after player selections have been made. All players are expected to play event to completion.
USTA/MAS State Championship Doubles & Format
These will be Level 5 (400pt) events offering Singles & Doubles. All participants are encouraged to play both singles and doubles and to register with a doubles partner or IMMEDIATELY notify the section with your partner name. If you do not have a partner, we will match you randomly. Once matched, you may not change.
Singles matches: 2 out of 3 sets with a 10pt tiebreaker in lieu of a 3rd set. Semi-finals and finals shall be full 2 out of 3 sets. Singles will be FICQ. Doubles matches: 8-game pro-set. Doubles will be SE. Match limit: 2 singles and 2 doubles matches per day or 3 singles per day (not including semis and finals)
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 Tuesday, July 17, 2018 11:59:00 PM Eastern 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: 302717618 from the searchable schedule homepage.
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