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SOUTHERN OZAKI
JUNIOR CUP

Ron Cioffi
<p><span class="articletitle">SOUTHERN OZAKI</span><br />
<span class="articlesubtitle">JUNIOR CUP</span></p>
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The Southern Ozaki Junior Cup, formerly the Junior Davis/Fed Cup, was created to give juniors the opportunity to experience the thrill and camaraderie of tennis as a team coed sport. The name "Ozaki" was added to the title in 2019 to commemorate the recently retired Bill Ozaki, who served as the USTA Southern Director of Player Development & Programs for nearly 30 years.

 

2021

Sept. 10-12

Rome Tennis Center at Berry College
100 Match Point Way NE, Rome, GA 30165

 

Georgia has won the Southern Ozaki Junior Cup every year, except for 2018 when South Carolina scored its only title. In 2021, Georgia has won its 27th cup. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the tournament wasn't played in 2020.

 

Final team results

Gold

  1. Georgia, defeated North Carolina 22-14 and South Carolina 23-13
  2. North Carolina, defeated South Carolina 24-12
  3. South Carolina

Silver

  1. Tennessee
  2. Alabama
  3. Kentucky

Bronze

  1. Mississippi
  2. Arkansas
  3. Louisiana

Team Spirit - Alabama 

 

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Results & photos

 

Details and selection process for 2021 Southern Ozaki Cup

This year will be the first time that all age divisions will be playing together at the same time at the same site. There will be nine state teams in each age division. They will play a round-robin team format of singles, doubles and mixed doubles. Each of USTA Southern’s nine states will select three girls and three boys in all four age divisions: 12s, 14s, 16s and 18s (24 players per state).

Coaching will be provided by the USTA state staff.  Each state will have its own selection criteria.  For information on that selection criteria, please reach out to your state’s junior staffer.

 

The competition is a Level 4 event. Once players are selected, more information will be released about formats, scoring, etc.

 

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