Junior Open tournaments are sanctioned by USTA Texas as additional tournaments for all 3 levels of play. Challenger, Champ, and Super Champ players can all compete in Junior Opens. Super Champ players will earn Tier 5 Super Champ Points towards their Super Champ Standing. Champs players will earn Level 2 Ranking Points towards their Preliminary Ranking (See JKR for Champs Points). Challenger players do not receive any ranking points for Junior Opens. USTA Texas tournaments offer 3 types of Junior Opens:
Super Champ/Champ/Non-Qualified divisions – Only Super Champ players can compete in the Super Champ divisions, only Champ players can compete in the Champs divisions, and only Challenger level players can compete in the Non-Qualified divisions.
Qualified/Non-Qualified divisions – Qualified divisions will consist of Champs and Supers players. ADVERTISEMENT Non-Qualified Divisions will consist of Challenger players.
Open – All players are placed in the same division composed of Super Champ, Champ, and Challenger players.
All Junior Opens can be identified in the Tournament Search with the “(Jr)” tag in the tournament title.
Aggieland Jr Open (Jr) on August 22-23 and September 12-13
King Daddy Sports August Jr and Adult Open presented by Racquet Pro (Jr, Ad) on August 15-16
Lost Creek Summer Junior Open (Jr) on August 21-23
King Daddy Sports September Junior & Adult Open presented by Racquet Pro (Jr, Ad, Sr) on September 5-6
King Daddy Sports November Junior & Adult Open presented by Racquet Pro (Jr, Ad, Sr, SS) on November 21-22
Fair Oaks Summer Classic, Adults & Juniors non-qualified, Champs & Super Champs (Jr,Ad,Sr,SS) moved from August 15-16 to August 29-30
- 101st Annual Beaumont Labor Day Tennis Classic Underwritten by Diamond D Development (Jr, Ad) moved from August 29-30 to August 21-23