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Southwest

ENDORSEMENT FOR NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS & SUMMER TEAM EVENTS

January 24, 2018
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ENDORSEMENT FOR NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS & SUMMER TEAM EVENTS

 

All juniors who hope to be endorsed for participation in National Surface Championships and Team Events should read this information very carefully. Make sure you understand the procedures and regulations for endorsement.

 

It is the responsibility of the player to initiate as well as secure an endorsement.

 

Questions regarding endorsement should be directed to Junior Development Manager Nicole Fintell at 480.289.2351 x106 or nfintell@southwest.usta.com or juniorcomp@southwest.usta.com

 

 

What is Endorsement? Endorsement is the Section’s approval of a junior player to play  National Events based on ranking and meeting the section’s endorsement      requirements. The draws for the USTA's Hard Court Nationals, Clay Court Nationals, Spring Nationals, Winter Nationals and Summer National Team events are limited and are based on the southwest endorsement list at the time of selection.

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All players who have one win in an eligible tournament and accumulate points will    appear on the endorsement list.

Each USTA Section has an exact, guaranteed quota for every National Championship.

The endorsement list will include the past 12 months of a players’ record.  A player’s best 6 singles and best 6 doubles will count at any one time. This can include any USTA Sanctioned Sectional, USTA National tournament or ITF tournament (that used TDM). This list will be a rolling endorsement list.

 

Please refer to selection/endorsement breakdown. A PLAYER MUST HAVE AT LEAST ONE WIN IN THE AGE GROUP TO APPEAR ON THE LIST. The list will not include you if you are only counting points down from a higher age group. Consult  section office for more information.

 

Summer National Team events selection will be based on a combined ranking during the segment. This combined ranking will use 100% of a player’s singles points and 25% of a player’s doubles points. The best six (6) singles and doubles tournament results during the past 12 months will count.

· The USTA SW Section Junior Competition Committee has the discretion to allow a player to play on more than one team.

· The lineup for singles play will be set by Junior Competition Committee using Universal Tennis Rating and may not be in order of the endorsement list. 

· The Junior Competition Committee can also decline an endorsed player due to  unsportsmanlike conduct regardless of the venue or medium, including but not   limited to unsportsmanlike conduct on court, at tournament sites, tournament  activities, hotels or other housing venues, or online.

· The USTA Southwest Section provides a coach for the team.

· More information will be sent in March to prospective players.

 

The endorsement list for each National tournament selection will be posted by our national offices’ publishing deadline for the endorsement list and will only include tournaments up until that date.

 

Easter Bowl/National Spring Championships (March 24-31, 2018) Players are selected via the NSL (National Standings List) in BG 12-16 and via the ITF selection process for BG 18s.  This tournament will be a draw of 64  singles, 32 doubles.  (BG 18s is a Level 1A tournament, BG 12-16 is Level 1)

 

National Clay Court Championships (July 15-22, 2018) Players are selected via the     section quota– this tournament will be a draw of 192 in singles and 96 in doubles. Our endorsement list (used for section quota) will be published during the week of the tournament’s deadline.

 

National Hard Court Championships (August 3-12, 2018) Players are selected via the  section quota– this tournament will be a draw of 192 in singles and 96 in doubles. Our endorsement list (used for section quota) will be published during the week of the tournament’s deadline.

 

National Doubles Championships (August 23-26, 2018) Players are selected via the NSL (National Standings List) and section sends in doubles team endorsement list.32 teams in 14s and 16s, Compass Draw.

 

National Indoor Championships (November 23-26, 2018) Players are selected via section quota-one section quota spot per age division.  The tournament will be a draw of 64 singles and 32 doubles.

 

Winter National Championships (Dec 27, 2018-Jan 2, 2019) Players are selected via the section quota– this tournament will be a draw of 128 singles and 64 in doubles. Our endorsement list (used for section quota) will be published during the week of the tournament’s deadline.

 

BG 18’s National Team Championships (July 28-August 1, 2018) Top 7 boys and top 7 girls in 18s that are endorsed and register through the section.

    

BG 16 & 14 Intersectionals (June 30-July 4, 2018) Top 4 boys and top 4 girls in 16s and 14s that are endorsed and register through the section.  Selection list date after Memorial Day tournaments.

 

BG 12-16 Zonals (July 26-30, 2018) Next 6 boys and 6 girls for BG 14-16 zonals and top 12 boys and girls for 12 Zonals that are endorsed and register through the section. Selection list date after the Southwest Junior Closed.

 

National Spring Team Championships (March 3-7, 2018) 32 players in each age group/16 teams.  All selections based on the NSL (National Standings List).

 

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