8370-YouthTennis_Graphics_findevent_200x190
Live Scores and Results
 

2014 US Open Long Sleeve Shirt

2014 US Open Patriotic Shirt

2014 US Open Women's Shirt

2014 US Open Hat

2014 US Open Men's Pullover Jacket

Jumbo Tennis Ball

2014 US Open Tennis Balls

2014 US Open Shirt

2014 US Open Polo Shirt

Talent Spotlight

August Honor Roll

September 28, 2012 01:32 PM
Roscoe Bellamy (Jan. 26, 2000), Pacific Palisades, Calif. – Bellamy lived up to his No. 1 seed in the USTA Boys’ 12s National Championships in North Little Rock, Ark., beating Danny Thomas for the singles title. He is coached by Erik Kortland.
 
Madison Bourguignon (Sept. 19, 1997), Boynton Beach, Fla. -- Bourguignon captured the junior girls singles title at the Coca Cola ITF Junior Tournament in St. Lucia and also won the junior girls title with her sister, Alexandra. She trains with coaches at L'Academie de Tennis.
 
Andrea Collarini (Jan. 31, 1992), New York, N.Y.  – Collarini advanced to the final of the $10,000 ITF Futures event in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
 
Abigail Desiatnikov (Jan. 22, 2001), Gates Mills, Ohio – Desiatnikov came away with the singles crown from the USTA Girls’ 12s National Championships in Alpharetta, Ga., beating Ellie Douglas in the final. She is coached by Rick Shy.
 
Ellie Douglas (May 23, 2000), McKinney, Texas – Douglas fell to Abigail Desiatnikov in the singles final at the USTA Girls’ 12s National Championships in Alpharetta, Ga., but teamed with Grace Joyce of Newton, Mass., to capture the doubles championship. She is coached by Luis Herrera.
 
Victoria Duval (Nov. 30, 1995), Miami, Fla. – Duval won the girls singles title at the USTA Girls’ 18s National Championships in San Diego, topping Alexandra Kiick in the final. She is coached by USTA National Coach Kathy Rinaldi.
 
Taylor Fritz (Oct. 28, 1997), Rancho Santa Fe, Calif. – Fritz came away from the USTA Boys’ 14s National Championships in San Antonio with two titles, beating Gianni Ross for the singles title and pairing with Anudeep Kodali, of Fayetteville, N.C., to win the doubles crown. He is coached by his father Guy.
 
Camila Fuentes (Sept. 29. 1995), El Paso, Texas – Fuentes captured the junior girls’ singles title at the ITF Copa Tampico event in Tampico, Mexico. She is coached by Alexandre Mouquin.
 
Alexandru Gozun (Jan. 1, 1996), Sarasota, Fla. – Gozun reached the final of the USTA Boys’ 16s National Championships, falling to Henrik Wiersholm in the title match. He is coached by Brandon Wagner.
 
Alexios Halebian (June 8, 1994), Hollywood, Calif. – Halebian reached the final of USTA Boys’ 18s National Championships in Kalamazoo, Mich., where he fell to Dennis Novikov in the title match. He is coached by USTA National Coach Dustin Taylor.
 
Sophia Kenin (Nov. 14, 1998), Pembroke Pines, Fla. – Kenin claimed the singles championship at the USTA Girls’ 14s National Championships in Peachtree City, Ga., defeating Raquel Pedraza in the title match. She is coached by her father Alexander.
 
Alexandra Kiick (June 30, 1995), Plantation, Fla. – Kiick paired up with Samantha Crawford, of Atlanta, to win the doubles title at the USTA Girls 18s National Championships in San Diego, which got the two a wild card entry into the doubles main draw of the 2012 US Open. She also was a finalist in the Girls 18s Singles tournament, losing to Victoria Duval. She is coached by Harold Solomon.
 
Jamie Loeb (March 18, 1995), Ossining, N.Y. – Loeb swept both titles at the USTA International Hard Court Championships in College Park, Md., winning the singles title and pairing with Mia King to claim the doubles championship. She is coached by Felix Alvarado.
 
Dennis Novikov (Nov. 6, 1993), San Jose, Calif. – Novikov swept both the singles and doubles titles at the USTA Boys’ 18s National Championships in Kalamazoo, Mich., defeating Alexios Halebian for the singles crown and partnering with Michael Redlicki to win the doubles title. With the victories, Novikov earned wild card entries into each main draw at the 2012 US Open. He is coached by his father Vladimir.
 
Raquel Pedraza (Jan. 28, 1998), Claremont, Calif. – Pedraza reached the singles final of the USTA Girls’ 14s National Championships in Peachtree City, Ga., losing to Sophia Kenin. She trains and works with USTA National coaches in Carson, Calif.
 
Jessica Pegula (Feb. 24, 1994) Buffalo, N.Y. – Pegula advanced to the singles final of the Vancouver Open, a $100,000 USTA Pro Circuit event, before losing to American Mallory Burdette, 6-3, 6-0 in the title match. She is coached by Michael Joyce.
 
Michael Redlicki (Nov. 16, 1993), Hawthorn Woods, Ill. – Redlicki teamed up with Dennis Novikov to win the USTA Boys’ 18s National Championships doubles title, which earned the pair a wild card entry into the doubles main draw of the US Open. Redlicki also advanced to the title match of the USTA International Hard Court Championships in College Park, Md. He has trained with USTA National Coaches in Boca Raton, Fla.
 
Gianni Ross (Feb. 4, 1999), Burr Ridge, Ill. – Ross advanced to the final of the USTA Boys’ 14s National Championships in San Antonio before Taylor Fritz topped him for the singles title. He is coached by Jack Sharp.
 
Chi Chi Scholl (July 5, 1992), Pompano Beach, Fla. – Scholl reached consecutive semifinals on the USTA Pro Circuit, at the $100,000 Vancouver Open and at the $50,000 event in the Bronx, N.Y. She is coached by her brother Joshua.
 
Katerina Stewart (July 17, 1997), Miami, Fla. – Stewart advanced to the final of the USTA Girls’ 16s National Championships in San Diego, losing to Kimberly Yee in the championship match. She is coached by her father Ceasar.
 
Danny Thomas (Nov. 22, 1999), Canal Winchester, Ohio – Thomas reached the singles final at the USTA Boys’ 12s National Championships in North Little Rock, Ark., falling to Roscoe Bellamy, and paired with Newburgh, Indiana’s Lukas Greif to win the doubles title. He is coached by Paul Kobelt.
 
Henrik Wiersholm (March 27, 1997), Kirkland, Wash. – Wiersholm took down Alexandru Gozun to capture the USTA Boys’ 16s National Championship in Kalamazoo, Mich. He is coached by USTA National Coach Nicolas Todero and Dan Willman.
 
Kimberly Yee (Oct. 15, 1996), Las Vegas, Nev. – Yee swept the singles and doubles titles at the USTA Girls’ 16s National Championships in San Diego, defeating Katerina Stewart for the singles crown and pairing with Mariana Gould, of Boise, Idaho, to capture the doubles title. She is coached by Tim Blenkiron.
 

Back

 
Print Article Email Article Newsletter Signup Share
USTA Membership
Learn More or Login
Learn More or Login
Espanol
 
Newsletter Signup
 
 
 
 

Copyright 2014 by United States Tennis Association. All Rights Reserved.

Online Advertising | Site Map | About Us | Careers | Internships | Contact Us | Terms of Use | Umpire Policy | Privacy Policy

Connect with us! Facebook-38x39 Twitter-38x39 Youtube-38x39