Player Selection Type
ALL PLAY TAKES PLACE IN ONE DAY (approx. 3 hours). Non-elimination
format (Compass or Round Robin) with 8-game Pro-Sets or timed
format (based on number of players).
OPEN TO USTA MEMBERS AND NON-MEMBERS. Counts for Ranking Points -
Southeast Michigan District Level 5, Midwest Section Level 5 (only
USTA members receive ranking points).
THIS EVENT WILL START AT 5:00 PM and finish approx. 8:00 PM
. Draws will be limited to 8 unless site has ability to host more.
Selection is by most current standing list posted before deadline,
fewest points to most points, then random.
SOUTHEAST MICHIGAN DOES NOT ALLOW JUNIOR TOURNAMENT ENTRIES AFTER
THE TENNISLINK DEADLINE. All competitors (phone in, mail in and
tennislink) MUST show up on TennisLink at the time of deadline. If
you are aware of a Southeast Michigan Tournament adding players
after the TennisLink deadline, please notify the District Office
immediately (email: email@example.com or call 1-734-421-1025).
Exceptions to this rule are Novice Tournaments or any division with
three (3) or less entrants after deadline.
NEW FOR 2017: PLAYERS WHO TURN 10 YEARS OLD WILL BE AUTOMATICALLY
PROMOTED TO GREEN BALL PLAY ON THE 1st DAY OF THE MONTH OF THEIR
PLAYERS UNDER 10 YEARS OF AGE: All players under 10 years of age
must advance to Green Dot (10 & Under Division) through Youth
PLAYERS UNDER 11 YEARS OF AGE: All players under 11 years of age
must advanced to Yellow Ball (12 & Under Division) through
Youth Progression play. For complete details on Youth Progression,
1) When either tournament entry closes, a player may not be entered
in two or more sanctioned tournaments if any part of the
tournaments overlap, unless all Tournament Committees/Directors
understand the situation and agree in writing. Written approval
from both Tournament Committees/Directors must be received in the
District Office prior to the deadline of either tournament. This
information can be sent via fax, mail or email; however, it is the
parent/legal guardian's responsibility that the District Office
receives such written notice to ensure suspension points are not
2) All players are expected to play and complete all scheduled
matches during a tournament. A player shall not withdraw from an
event (whether during the course of a match or before the start of
a match in any round). All players withdrawing from a tournament
after the tournament entry deadline FOR ANY REASON will be subject
to suspension points. Withdrawing players will receive 2 suspension
points - defaulting players will receive 5 suspension points.
FAILURE TO ADHERE TO THESE RULES MAY RESULT IN SUSPENSION
(Refer to the "Juniors" tab on the Southeast Michigan District
website for more information on Code Violations and Suspension
Points - www.semich.usta.com)
Players are selected manually by the tournament director after the close of registration.
Entry to this tournament is open to all USTA members. Entries must be submitted by Wednesday, May 1, 2019 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: 850152119 from the searchable schedule homepage.
Division and Draw Type Abbreviations
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