Parent/Player Contact Info
Player Selection Type
Tournament directors do not have access to phone numbers and email
addresses of the tournament participants UNLESS the player
re-enters their contact information at time of event registration.
This means that if a player does not enter their phone and email
information each time they register for a tournament, the
tournament director will not be able contact them for any reason,
including withdrawals, defaults, byes, rain delays, etc. Your
cooperation will ensure that tournaments can continue to
communicate necessary information to you. Thank you.
If a player withdraws or defaults from
the Junior Super Set after 4pm the day before the tournament
starts, that player will be assessed 4 suspension points
unless medical documentation of the injury or illness is provided
to the Tournament Director AND Southwest Section Junior Player
Development Manager within 48 hours after the completion of the
tournament. If it is before 4pm the day before the tournament
starts, there will NOT be any suspension points.
"Player shall not enter tournament player cannot finish. Player
shall not enter a tournament (including mandatory consolation)
knowing the player will be unable to finish." p119 Friend at
In theory, the Junior Competition Committee feels that it is
important to adopt and strongly enforce National's ruling on the
Suspension Point System. In recent years, several players have been
pulling out of tournaments, especially L3-5 events, on the final
day of competition or once a player is in the back draw.
This tournament is open to all players who are NOT ranked in the
top 50 in any division of the southwest combined rankings. For
example, if you are ranked 48th in girls' 12s, you will not be
allowed to play in this tournament in any division.
This is a ONE day event. It is NON-ELIMINATION. Players will play
three, one set matches in just 3-4 hours! (the three matches will
include walkovers, withdraws, and byes). Awards will be giving to
first and second place finishers in all draws. This tournament is
sanctioned and you will get ranking points.
10's --One short set to 4; no ad scoring
Boys/Girls 10's Green -- One set to 6; no ad scoring
Boys/Girls 12-18's -- One set to 6; no ad scoring.
* The 14s-18s will be UTR based and put into draws based on UTR
ratings so create the most level based play*
When registering for this tournament, please leave the whole day
open until the Monday before the tournament. Draws will be posted
at that time. If you have two or more kids registered, please email
me the name of the players and their divisions prior to the Friday
after the deadline. I will try to schedule siblings at the same
time, but there are no guarantees.
Boys/Girls 10's -- Orange ball on 60' court
Boys/Girls 10's -- Green Ball on a standard, 78' court
Boys/Girls 12's -- Green Ball on a standard, 78' court
Boys/Girls 14-18's -- Standard yellow ball on regular size
Southwest Section Dress Code
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.
The use of smart watches or any
electronic device that can receive electronic communication, must
be in off mode and in bag unless on break between 2nd and 3rd
No Selection Process. All registered players will be selected.
Entry to this tournament is open to all USTA members. Entries must be submitted by Thursday, March 19, 2020 11:59:00 PM Arizona 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: 750008220 from the searchable schedule homepage.
Division and Draw Type Abbreviations
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