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Junior Tournament Update: July 16, 2020
**The 2020 Local District Championships have been cancelled**
Regretfully, the SEM Junior 2020 Local District Championships has been canceled due to lack lack of outdoor facilities to host. SEMTA will work hard to create more opportunities for players moving forward. For further questions or concerns, please contact SEMTA's Jr Program Coordinator, Katie Blumberg at email@example.com
Thank you for your patience and understanding.
All Tournament Directors have been asked to make sure they are adhering to the CDC, state of Michigan and their local government guidelines & restrictions while hosting a tournament.ADVERTISEMENT
Click here for USTA recommendations on returning to play safely.
Click here for USTA return to play recommendations for junior tournaments.
Click here for 2021 Junior Tournament changes.
Please note that these are only recommended guidelines. For further details for each tournament and how the Tournament Director plans on hosting their event, please read the information section on the tournament's Home Page on the USTA Tennislink Page or contact the hosting Tournament Director.
Below are the most recent Junior Programming announcements.
- The 2020 National Championships scheduled for August 7-16, 2020 have been cancelled. Read more here.
- National Level 1-3 Events posted through July 12 are suspended.
- USTA Junior Team Tennis National Championships are cancelled for 2020.
- Midwest Section Junior Closed (BG12-18) will be played November 7-9, 2020. Click here for more details.
- Midwest Section District Team Cup is cancelled for 2020.
Team Cup Information - Suspended for 2020
Each summer, juniors from around the USTA/Midwest Section represent their district in an exciting team competition. The USTA/Midwest Section is one of the only sections throughout the USTA that hosts a team competition for boys and girls in the 12s, 14s, and 18-and-under age divisions. Match play consists of a round-robin format throughout the weekend and concludes with the top teams advancing to the championship match. Players are selected to participate based on their ranking, tournament play, character, and sportsmanship. For more information regarding Southeastern Michigan Team Cup teams, contact Michele Burton at firstname.lastname@example.org.