USTA International

Spring Championships

January 1, 2017
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NOTE: The 2017 International Spring Championships has a new website. Please visit us at www.ustaisc.com. No new informaton will be posted on this website starting Friday, Feb. 17, 2017. 

 

The 2017 USTA International Spring Championships take place at the USTA Training Center-West at the StubHub Center in Carson, Calif., starting with qualifying play, March 18-19, followed by the main draw, March 20-26. This is an ITF Grade 1 event and a USTA Level 1 event for Boys' and Girls' 18s and a USTA Level 1 event for Boys' and Girls' 16s.

 

All players should check the tournament's official fact sheet for tournament information.
 
Updated schedules and draws will be available after player registration. All 16-and-under players must register in person. Please check the fact sheet for more information.

TOURNAMENT INFORMATION

Entry Forms

Click here for the 16s entry form.

Click here for the 18s entry form. (Players must go to www.itftennis.com/ipin and enter with your IPIN.)

 

Entry Lists

Click here for the boys' 16s entry list

Click here for the girls' 16s entry list

(As of 2/17/17)

 

Fact sheet

ITF 18s tournament website 

USTA tournament information

 

Order of Play

2017 Draws


Singles Draw:

Girls' 16s Main Draw
Girls' 18s Main Draw
Boys' 16s Main Draw
Boys' 18s Main Draw

Girls' 16s Qual. Draw
Girls' 18s Qual. Draw
Boys' 16s Qual. Draw
Boys' 18s Qual.  Draw
 
Doubles Draw:
Girls' 16s Doubles Draw
Girls' 18s Doubles Draw
Boys' 16s Doubles Draw
Boys' 18s Doubles Draw
 
Acceptance Lists:
Girls' 16s
Boys' 16s
Girls' 18s
Boys' 18s
 

PLAYER INFORMATION

Hotel Reservations

Double Tree - Carson

Hilton Garden Inn
Practice Courts
Tournament Handbook
Doubles
Maps
Directions to site

Clothing Requirements
Waiver & Release
HIPPA Form
WC Request Application

 

LIVE SCORES, VIDEO & RADIO

Live Scores from Tennis-Ticker

Get live scores from the USTA International Spring Championships with a service provided by Tennis-Ticker, the preferred live scoring partner for ITF junior and senior events. Click here for info on downloading the app, getting the scorecard and more.

 

Competitive Edge Video

Competitive Edge Video provides high-definition video services at the USTA International Spring Championships on all match courts. Parents, players and coaches can purchase video of their child's match. Pre-order your HD video match and save 20 percent. Contact to reserve your discounted HD video.

 

MISCELLANEOUS

Action posters, digital photos available from YourGameFace
Professional tennis photographers from YourGameFace will take action posters and digital photos of players competing at the USTA International Spring Championships. For more information or to make an appointment, call 214-543-5437.

Game Smart Tennis offers video match analysis
Game Smart Tennis is a match analytics service that amplifies the power of your match video and makes remote coaching and team collaboration effortless. With a single click, generated match statistics turn into video of points that you want to see. Use it to recognize tendencies in your game, or simply share it with college coaches and make it part of your recruiting video. Visit our booth for a guided demo or click here for more info.

 

 

 

 

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