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Midwest

Midwest Closed Junior Championships 

<h1>Midwest Closed Junior Championships <br />
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The USTA Midwest Junior Championships is the most prestigious junior tournament in the Midwest Section. All ranges of skilled youth tennis players from all five USTA/Midwest Section states-Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio and Wisconsin- have a chance to compete in this event. The tournament includes four age groups and players must earn the right to play or be endorsed by their respective USTA District. 

 

Midwest Closed Moved to November 7-9, 2020

Click here for an update on the Midwest Closed from the USTA/Midwest Section Junior Competition Committee and Junior Tennis Staff.

 

The USTA National Level 3 (Midwest Closed) has moved to November 7-9, 2020, and will be combined with the Fall Closed. Due to all of the changes in play nationwide, the USTA/Midwest Section is allowed to host only one National Level 3 this year. ADVERTISEMENT Since this event will be moved inside, the draw size will be 64. The player selection for the event will be in this order: top 34 players from the Midwest Standing list, top 17 players from UTR and 13 players from the districts (each district will receive one wildcard for this event). Players will have to be age-eligible as of November. Rankings allow for points, so unfortunately it doesn't work to allow for overage players to play.

 


 

Midwest Closed Past Participants

MWClosed-BrookeAustin
Brooke Austin

MWClosed-ToddMartin
Todd Martin

MWClosed-RajeevRam
Rajeev Ram

 

MWClosed-RonnieSchneider
Ronnie Schneider

MWClosed-MalWashington
Mal Washington

MWClosed-DonaldYoung
Donald Young

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