Frequently Asked Questions
According to ITF rules, all players must physically sign-in at the tournament and pay their entry fee.
16's Qualifier and Alternate players must sign-in from 9:00 am - 4:00 pm on Friday, March 29th
18's Qualifier and Alternate players must sign-in from 9:00 am - 6:00 pm on Friday, March 29th
16's Main Draw players must sign-in from 9:00 am - 4:00 pm on Sunday, March 31st
18's Main Draw players must sign-in from 9:00 am - 6:00 pm on Sunday, March 31st
16's - 48 Main Draw and 32 Qualifying Draw (6 players qualify)
18's - 64 Main Draw and 64 Qualifying Draw (8 players qualify)
Rounds of Matches (weather permitting)
16's Qualifying - 2 rounds on Saturday and 1 round on Sunday
18's Qualifying -1 round on Saturday and 2 rounds on Sunday
16's qualifiers will play singles on Monday
18's qualifiers will start singles matches on Tuesday
18's main draw singles first round matches will be played over 2 days (Monday and Tuesday)
16's main draw singles first round matches will be played on Monday (seeds will have byes)
16's Doubles Sign-In closes at 4:00 pm on Sunday
18's Doubles Sign-In closes at 12:00 pm on Monday
16's Doubles starts on Monday
18's Doubles starts on Tuesday
18's and 16's Doubles Acceptance Procedures are located in the Player's Handbook
Lucky Losers shall be selected as follows: Those players who lost in the last round of qualifying. Players with an ITF junior ranking shall be randomly drawn and ordered first, thereafter the order of the unranked players shall be randomly drawn.
Lucky Losers should look at the bottom of the schedule each night to see what time they must sign-in.
Officiating ITF rules will be used. Please note some rules are different from USTA rules
All main draw singles and doubles matches will be chaired (weather permitting). There will be roving officials for qualifying matches.
According to ITF rules the chair umpire will make all of the line calls. Players should be prepared to play every ball.