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Results: 46 Record(s) Found.

U.S. boys, girls, post Top 3 finishes at ITF World Junior Tennis Finals

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The U.S. came away with Top 3 finishes in both the boys’ and girls’ divisions at the ITF World Junior Tennis Competition, the 14-and-under version of the Davis Cup and Fed Cup competitions. The U.S. girls finished second and the boys came in third. Read More
 

Tiafoe, Kenin earn US Open wild cards with 18s Nationals titles

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Frances Tiafoe and Sofia Kenin prevailed in the Boys' and Girls' 18s National Championships, earning wild cards into the main draw of this year's US Open. The doubles wild cards go to Taylor Fritz and Reilly Opelka for the boys and Tornado Ali Black and Ingrid Neel for the girls. Read More
 

Kenin and Desiatnikov capture USTA Girls' national titles

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Sixteen-year-old Sofia Kenin of Pembroke Pines, Fla., won the USTA Girls' 18s National Championships to secure a wild card into the main draw of the 2015 US Open. Abigail Desiatnikov, 14, won the Girls' 16s title. Read More
 

Bellis, Fritz headline talented U.S. field set for US Open Juniors

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The US Open Junior Championships will have a strong American presence in 2015, with a host of talented, home-grown rising stars slated to compete – led by 2014 year-end No. 1 girl CiCi Bellis and current junior No. 1 boy Taylor Fritz. Read More
 

Top U.S. Juniors Ready for Girls’ 16s & 18s Nationals in San Diego

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The top junior players in the country will begin nine days of exciting competition as the USTA Girls’ 16s & 18s Nationals get underway at the Barnes Tennis Center on Saturday, Aug. 1. Read More
 

Neff, McNally lead U.S. juniors competing in World Junior Tennis Finals

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The World Junior Tennis Finals kick off Aug. 3-8 in Prostejov, Czech Republic, and six of the top young American boys and girls have been selected to compete for the U.S. in the premier 14-and-under world team event. Read More
 

Opelka makes it two in a row for U.S. boys at Wimbledon

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American Reilly Opelka defeated Michael Ymer of Sweden to win the Wimbledon boys' singles title. His victory is the second in a row for American boys, after Tommy Paul won the French Open juniors, and the second consecutive Wimbledon boys' singles title, after Noah Rubin in 2014. Read More
 

Video Q&A: Wimbledon boys' champion Reilly Opelka

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In this video Q&A, Reilly Opelka talks about winning the 2015 Wimbledon boys' singles title, the recent success of American boys in junior Grand Slams and more. Read More
 

Opelka wins all-American matchup, advances to Wimbledon boys' final

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Reilly Opelka is one step away from having his name added to the tennis history books after the 17-year-old from Palm Coast, Fla., defeated top seed and fellow American Taylor Fritz, 6-3, 7-6 (13), in the Wimbledon boys' semifinals. Read More
 

Riffice, Crawford headline 2015 Team USA National Junior Team

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Top-ranked 16-year-olds Sam Riffice of Roseville, Calif., and Oliver Crawford of Spartanburg, S.C., along with Junior Davis Cup champion Gianni Ross of La Grange, Ill., headline the eight junior boys selected for the 2015 Team USA National Junior Team. Read More
 
Results: 46 Record(s) Found.
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