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Results: 54 Record(s) Found.

The shoe fits, and Tiafoe uses it to advance to the semifinals

Using a pair of shoes borrowed from a nearby radio commentator, top seed Francis Tiafoe regrouped and advanced to the boys' 18s semifinals at the International Spring Championships. Also, four Americans advanced to set up an all-U.S. girls' 18s semis. Read More

Tiafoe, Makarova move into Carson quarterfinals

Top seed and world No. 7 junior Francis Tiafoe easily advanced to the boys' 18s quarterfinals, while 2013 semifinalist and unseeded Christina Makarova, playing in what could be the last junior event of her career, moved on in the girls' 18s draw. Read More

Holt, Fritz keep rolling at International Spring Championships

Two sons of former Top 10 players advanced Wednesday at the USTA International Spring Championships: Tracy Austin’s son Brandon Holt and Kathy May Fritz's son Taylor Fritz. Francis Tiafoe, Sameer Kumar and CiCi Bellis also moved on. Read More

Upsets highlight Day 2 at International Spring Championships

It was a day of shocking upsets in the girls’ divisions at the USTA International Spring Championships, as both top seeds in the 18s and 16s fell in straight sets. Meanwhile, Henrik Wiersholm beat close friend and roommate Catalin Mateas to advance in the boys' 18s. Read More

Baughman goes from Sony Open to Int'l Spring Championships

After competing in the doubles draw at the Sony Open in Miami two weeks ago, Deiton Baughman returned to junior tennis with an impressive opening-round win in the boys’ 18s USTA International Spring Championships.​ Read More

International Spring Championships to showcase world’s top juniors

Many of the world’s top junior tennis players, including Orange Bowl winner Francis Tiafoe, will be competing at the 10th annual USTA International Spring Championships, March 31-April 6, in Carson, Calif.​ Read More

Davis Cup, Fed Cup camps bring rising stars close to the action

Some of the top young players in the country get to train with each other and watch the pros through USTA Player Development camps held in conjunction with this year’s Davis Cup tie in San Diego and Fed Cup tilt in Cleveland. Read More

Week 2 Report: Americans shine Down Under

A number of Americans made strong runs during the second week of the 2014 Australian Open, with 39-year-old Wheelchair Tennis ace David Wagner taking home the title and 15-year-old junior Stefan Kozlov establishing himself as a player to watch in the years to come. Read More

Butorac and Kozlov fall at final stages; Wagner prevails

2014 Australian Open Junior Championships
Three Americans contested singles finals Saturday at the Australian Open. Eric Butorac and Stefan Kozlov falling in men's doubles and boys' singles, respectively, and David Wagner successfully defended his title in quad singles. Read More

A day of finals for Americans in Melbourne

2014 Australian Open - Day 11
It will be a busy Saturday for Americans around the grounds of Melbourne Park, with Eric Butorac (men’s doubles), Stefan Kozlov (boys’ singles) and David Wagner (quad singles) all playing for Australian Open titles. Read More
Results: 54 Record(s) Found.
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