Trondson, Zampardo win 2022 USTA Boys’ and Girls’ 18s National Indoor Championships

December 01, 2022

Eighteen-year-olds Hank Trondson and Maddy Zampardo are closed out the 2022 tennis year by winning one of the USTA's top annual prizes: a coveted gold ball. Nashville's Trondson and Zampardo, of Grosse Pointe Farms, Mich., led the way as the two 18s singles champions at last week's USTA Boys’ and Girls’ National Indoor Championships.

No. 14 seed Trondson beat Sacramento's Emon van Loben Sels 6-4, 6-3 in the final. A Tennessee state champion at the Ensworth School in Nashville, Trondson will play college tennis next year at Oklahoma.


En route to victory, Trondson knocked off two Top 10 seeds including Alex Fuchs (Los Altos, Calif.), who teamed up with van Loben Sels to win the boys’ 18s doubles title. The pair defeated No. 2 seeds Caden Hasler (Pleasant Grove, Utah) and Dylan Tsoi (El Dorado Hills, Calif.) 8-3 in an eight-game set to win the title.


Sixth-seeded Zampardo upset top seed Valerie Glozman (Bellevue, Wash.), 6-1, 3-

6, 7-5 in the girls' final. 

Glozman notably finished runner-up at the USTA Girls’ 18s National Championships this summer, won a round in the US Open Qualifying Tournament, and was a member of the title-winning junior U.S. Billie Jean King Cup team last month.


Zampardo is a high school senior at the University Liggett School in suburban Detroit and is committed to play college tennis at North Carolina State University next year. Zampardo later teamed up with Susanna Maltby (Glen Ellyn, Ill.) to sweep the girls’ 18s titles, as they defeated Erin Ha (Tenafly, N.J.) and Stephanie Yakoff (Fort Lee, N.J.), 8-5, in the doubles final.


Full results and locations for the four age divisions can be found below.


There were recurring themes in the 16s and 14s divisions, as two New Yorkers triumphed in the 16s division and the top seeds swept the 14s. No. 4 seed Dominick Mosejczuk from Queens defeated No. 7 seed Ian Mayew, 7-6(3), 6-3, to capture the boys’ 16s title, and No. 9 seed Julia Werdiger knocked off No. 10 seed Elena Daskalova in the girls' 16s final, 6-3, 6-2.


No. 1 seeds Jack Secord (Lake Forest, Ill.) and Christina Lyutova (Newport Beach, Calif.) won the boys’ and girls’ 14s singles titles, respectively. Antanas Daugis (Staten Island, N.Y.) and Priscilla Sirichantho (Woodbridge, Conn.) rounded out the singles champions as the boys’ and girls’ 12s winners, respectively.


USTA National Indoor Championships – Boys’ 18s

Overland Park Racquet Club, Overland Park, Kan., November 25-28, 2022

Singles: (14) Hank Trondson (Nashville, Tenn.) d. Emon van Loben Sels (Sacramento, Calif.), 6-4, 6-3

Doubles: Alex Fuchs (Los Altos, Calif.) / van Loben Sels d. (2) Caden Hasler (Pleasant Grove, Utah) / Dylan Tsoi (El Dorado Hills, Calif.), 8-3


USTA National Indoor Championships – Girls’ 18s

Indianapolis Racquet Club, Indianapolis, November 25-28, 2022

Singles: (6) Maddy Zampardo (Grosse Pointe Farms, Mich.) d. (1) Valerie Glozman (Bellevue, Wash.), 6-1, 3-6, 7-5

Doubles: (1) Susanna Maltby (Glen Ellyn, Ill.) / Zampardo d. (3) Erin Ha (Tenafly, N.J.) / Stephanie Yakoff (Fort Lee, N.J.), 8-5


USTA National Indoor Championships – Boys’ 16s

XS Tennis Village, Chicago, November 25-28, 2022

Singles: (4) Dominick Mosejczuk (Queens, N.Y.) d. (7) Ian Mayew (Cary, N.C.), 7-6(3), 6-3

Doubles: (2) Evan Burnett (Woodside, Calif.) / Krish Gupta (Fremont, Calif.) d. (3) Cyrus Zia (Washington, D.C.) / Braeden Gelletich (Goshen, N.Y.), 8-3 


USTA National Indoor Championships – Girls’ 16s

Baseline Tennis Center, Minneapolis, November 25-28, 2022

Singles: (9) Julia Werdiger (New York) d. (10) Elena Daskalova (Olathe, Kan.), 6-3, 6-2

Doubles: (2) Leena Friedman (Brooklyn, N.Y.) / Summer Chandler (Jamaica, N.Y.) d. (1) Linda Ziets-Segura (New York) / Kady Tannenbaum (Commack, N.Y.), 8-4


USTA National Indoor Championships – Boys’ 14s

Midtown Athletic Club, Chicago, November 25-28, 2022

Singles: (1) Jack Secord (Lake Forest, Ill.) d. (2) Liam Alvarez (Long Beach, Calif.), 6-2, 6-2

Doubles: (6) Zen Uehling (Alpine, N.J.) / Omar Rhazali (Stamford, Conn.) d. Yashwin Krishnakumar (Dublin, Calif.) / Joseph Nau (Brentwood, Calif.), 8-6


USTA National Indoor Championships – Girls’ 14s

Twos Athletic Club, Toledo, Ohio, November 25-28, 2022

Singles: (1) Christina Lyutova (Newport Beach, Calif.) d. Isabelle DeLuccia (Livingston, N.J.), 6-1, 6-2

Doubles: (6) Addison Cassidy (Mason, Ohio) / Gabriella Sadowski (Macomb, Mich.) d. (1) Alyson Shannon (Plano, Texas) / Kori Montoya (Austin, Texas), 8-3


USTA National Indoor Championships – Boys’ 12s

Community Sports and Wellness Center, Pendleton, Ind., November 25-28, 2022

Singles: (1) Antanas Daugis (Staten Island, N.Y.) d. (4) Dylan Meineke (Frisco, Texas), 4-6, 7-6(2), [10-8]

Doubles: (1) Diego Custodio (Tampa, Fla.) / Kahven Singh (Raleigh, N.C.) d. (3) Aayush Vartak (Edison, N.J.) / Daugis, 8-6


USTA National Indoor Championships – Girls’ 12s

Manchester Athletic Club, Manchester, Mass., November 25-28, 2022

Singles: (4) Priscilla Sirichantho (Woodbridge, Conn.) d. Grace Hong (Skillman, N.J.), 6-2, 6-3

Doubles: (3) Camilla Olga Castracani (West Hartford, Conn.) / Sirichantho d. (4) Teaghan Jou An Keys (Boca Raton, Fla.) / Scarlett Fagan (Scottsdale, Ariz.), 8-4


Each year, more than 120,000 players compete in USTA junior tournaments around the country. Players compete in levels of competition through earned advancement in the 10s, 12s, 14s, 16s and 18s age divisions. The USTA National Indoor Championships was one of five junior USTA National Championship events in 2022.

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