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Tiafoe outlasts Kozlov in all-American Orange Bowl final

Francis Tiafoe, 15, defeated Stefan Kozlov, 7-6, 0-6, 6-3, in an all-American singles final to become the youngest boys' 18s champion in Orange Bowl history. In other action, American Tornado Ali Black won the girls' 18s doubles title.

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7-9 a.m.: Breakfast served at Renaissance Ft. Lauderdale/Plantation, the official tournament hotel.
 
11 a.m.-2 p.m.: Lunch served on site at Frank Veltri Tennis Center.

5-8 p.m.: Dinner served on site at Frank Veltri Tennis Center.
 
Players and official federation-nominated coaches not at the official hotel may collect their lunch and dinner meal vouchers at the tournament desk on site at the Frank Veltri Tennis Center.

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Results: 4 Record(s) Found.

Americans continue strong showing on Day 3 of Orange Bowl

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After Day 3 at the 2016 Metropolia Orange Bowl, six American girls remain in the third round, while seven American boys advanced to the round of 16 at the Frank Veltri Tennis Center in Plantation, Fla.​ Read More
 

Sridhar stuns Boys' 18s No. 3 seed to advance at Orange Bowl

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Sangeet Sridhar toppled No. 3 seed Benjamin Sigouin in a first-round match on Day 2 of the Metropolia Orange Bowl. He is one of 11 American boys and 17 U.S. girls still alive in the 18s draws. Read More
 

Ross, Anisimova, Liu among Day 1 winners at Orange Bowl

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Gianni Ross hatched one of the early upsets at the 70th Metropolia Orange Bowl International Tennis Championships, dusting 10th-seeded Bolivian Carols Manuel Aguilar off of the green clay courts in the first round. Americans Amanda Anisimova, Claire Liu and Taylor Johnson also advanced. Read More
 

World No. 1 juniors headline 2016 Orange Bowl field

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The current No. 1-ranked juniors in the world – Miomir Kecmanovic of Serbia and Anastasia Potapova of Russia – will lead the field of the top 18-and-under players from around the world who will compete at the prestigious 70th Metropolia Orange Bowl International Tennis Championships. Read More
 
Results: 4 Record(s) Found.
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Metropolia Orange Bowl International Tennis Championships
Frank Veltri  Tennis Center
Plantation, FL
USTA:  Level 1
ITF: Grade A
Dec. 5-11, 2016
 
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