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Results: 47 Record(s) Found.

Paul, Stewart win USTA National Clay Court titles

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Tommy Paul, a 17-year-old from Coconut Creek, Fla., and Katerina Stewart, a 17-year-old from Miami, captured the singles titles at the USTA Boys’ and Girls’ 18s National Clay Courts. With the victories, Paul and Stewart earned wild cards into the US Open Junior Championships. Read More
 

2014 Wimbledon: Noah Rubin interview

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Newly crowned Wimbledon boys' champion Noah Rubin talks with USTA.com special correspondent Craig Gabriel about winning his first Grand Slam title, playing another American, his good friend Stefan Kozlov, in the final, working with John McEnroe and more. Read More
 

In all-American Wimbledon boys' final, Rubin prevails

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In the first all-American boys' singles final at Wimbledon since 1977, qualifier Noah Rubin defeated No. 6 seed Stefan Kozlov, 6-4, 4-6, 6-3, to claim his first junior Slam. Kozlov also fell in the boys' doubles final on Sunday. Read More
 

Kozlov, Rubin to meet in all-American Wimbledon boys' final

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It will be an all-American Wimbledon boys' final at the All England Club, as No. 6 seed Stefan Kozlov and unseeded Noah Rubin won their semifinal matches Saturday and will square off for the championship on Sunday. Read More
 

USTA, ITF to host 2014 Junior Wheelchair Camp

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The USTA-ITF International Junior Wheelchair Tennis Camp brings the brightest young players together in Mission Viejo, Calif., each summer alongside top coaches and mentors. Read More
 

Top American juniors set to compete at Wimbledon

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Francis Tiafoe, Stefan Kozlov, CiCi Bellis and Tornado Alicia Black lead the Americans accepted into the main draw of the Wimbledon Junior Championships, which will be held June 28-July 6 in London. Read More
 

U.S. qualifies for world finals in all four junior team competitions

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It was a sweep for all four U.S. junior teams competing last weekend at the North/Central American and Caribbean Final in Montreal, Canada, as the 16-and-under Junior Davis Cup and Junior Fed Cup teams and the 14-and-under boys' and girls' World Junior Tennis teams qualified for the world finals. Read More
 

Tiafoe, Black to lead American juniors in Paris

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World No. 2 Francis Tiafoe and 2013 US Open girls' finalist Tornado Alicia Black will lead a strong contingent of American juniors in the main draw of the 2014 French Open, which also includes this year's Australian Open boys' finalist Stefan Kozlov and No. 12-ranked CiCi Bellis. Read More
 

U.S. juniors named to represent U.S. in world team events

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Sofia Kenin and Nathan Ponwith are among the top American juniors named to represent the U.S. in the qualifying rounds of the Junior Davis Cup and Junior Fed Cup and the boys’ and girls’ World Junior Tennis competition North/Central American and Caribbean Final. Read More
 

Ingram strives to teach tennis, life lessons to D.C. kids

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Jeri Ingram has had a colorful journey with tennis. She started as a talented junior and college player, transitioned to a professional career and then became a coach. Now, as director of the Southeast Tennis and Learning Center, she faces her toughest challenge yet: bringing a strong education to kids.​ Read More
 
Results: 47 Record(s) Found.
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