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Results: 52 Record(s) Found.

Hibi, Seelig win openers on Day 2 of ASICS Easter Bowl

Carson girls' 18s winner opened with an easy win in her opening-round match at the Easter Bowl, and boys' 16s No. 2 seed Kyle Seelig shook off an early first-set loss against Neel Bedekar to record a, 5-7, 6-2, 6-0 win. Read More

Kozlov, Hibi claim 18s titles at International Spring Championships

Stefan Kozlov defeated rival Henrik Wiersholm for the eighth consecutive time, and Mayo Hibi eased past Jamie Loeb to capture the boys' and girls' 18s singles titles at the International Spring Championships in Carson, Calif. Read More

Qualifier Yee continues run at International Spring Championships

Qualifier Kimberly Yee won her seventh match in seven days Friday, exacting revenge against Peggy Porter to advance to the girls’ 18s semifinals at the USTA International Spring Championships. Read More

Tight matches rule the day at International Spring Championships

2013 Australian Open Junior Championships
Sixteen was cut to eight in the boys’ and girls’ 18s division on Thursday, as some very close three-set matches highlighted the day of play at the USTA International Spring Championships. Read More

McDonald wins battle of future Bruins at International Spring Championships

2013 Australian Open Junior Championships
Good friends and future UCLA teammates Mackenzie McDonald and Joseph DiGiulio squared off in the second round of the USTA International Springs Championships Wednesday, with McDonald coming out the victor at the ninth annual event being played at the Home Depot Center. Read More

Kozlov rallies to advance at USTA International Spring Championships

No. 2-seeded Stefan Kozlov battled back to defeat 16-year-old wild-card Ernesto Escobedo in a boys' 18s match lasting more than two-and-a-half hours on Day 2 of the International Spring Championships.​ Read More

Austin upset in International Spring Championships opening round

On Day 1 of the USTA International Spring Championships, Japan’s Mayo Hibi downed Indianapolis’ Brooke Austin, 6-3, 6-0, in a battle of unseeded players with extensive tennis resumes. On the boys' side, top-seeded Noah Rubin got off to a good start, opening with a 6-2, 6-2 victory over fellow American Shane Monroe. Read More

Kwiatkowski, Makarova among U.S. juniors to compete in South America

2013 Australian Open Junior Championships
Thai-Son Kwiatkowski and Christina Makarova are leading a strong team of American junior players who will compete in four ITF clay-court junior tournaments in South America over the next month. Read More

Davis Cup camp has eye on future stars

Eight of the top junior boys in the country have been invited to the USTA Player Development Davis Cup camp, to be held in conjunction with the U.S.’s first-round tie against Brazil. Read More

Bellis claims landmark wins

CiCi Bellis, 13, from San Francisco made an international splash by sweeping the singles and doubles titles at two of the most prestigious 14-and-under events in tennis—the AEGON Junior International Teen Tennis and Les Petits As. Read More
Results: 52 Record(s) Found.
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