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Results: 57 Record(s) Found.

Tiafoe outlasts Kozlov in all-American Orange Bowl final

Francis Tiafoe defeated Stefan Kozlov, 7-6, 0-6, 6-3, in an all-American singles final to become the youngest boys' 18s champion in Orange Bowl history, at 15 years old. Also Sunday, fellow American Tornado Ali Black won the girls' 18s doubles title. Read More

Kozlov, Tiafoe to meet in all-American boys' 18s final at Metropolia Orange Bowl

Stefan Kozlov and Francis Tiafoe will play each other Sunday for the singles title in the first all-American Orange Bowl boys’ 18s final since 2004. Whoever wins the matchup of 15-year-olds will also be the youngest boys’ 18s champion in the tournament’s 67-year history. Read More

Nelson reaches girls' 16s final; Kozlov, Tiafoe into boys' 18s semis at Metropolia Orange Bowl

Minnesota's Alexis Nelson survived a three-set battle to reach the girls' 16s final, and two American boys – 15-year-olds Stefan Kozlov and Francis Tiafoe – advanced to the 18s singles semifinals for the first time since 2008. Read More

Mmoh powers into Metropolia Orange Bowl quarterfinals

If Michael Mmoh wasn’t holding a tennis racquet, you might figure him as a power forward, a tight end or, at least, an adult. He’s 6-foot-2, weighs 188 pounds and is just 15 years old. Fittingly, Mmoh powered his way into the Orange Bowl quarterfinals with a big win over ninth-seeded Marcelo Zormann of Brazil. Read More

Opelka still growing at Metropolia Orange Bowl

Reilly Opelka, at 16 years old, is already 6-foot-8, and after moving into the third round of the boys' 18s draw, he seems to be growing into his game at the Metropolia Orange Bowl International Tennis Championships. Read More

Levine moving forward at Metropolia Orange Bowl

Robert Levine topped his opponent Andrew Heller, 7-5, 6-3, in the boys’ 16s second round at the Metropolia Orange Bowl International Tennis Championships, taking yet another step forward from a rare spinal injury that once left him nearly unable to walk. Read More

Tiafoe's talents on display at Metropolia Orange Bowl

Francis Tiafoe dazzled on Monday in the first round of the 67th Metropolia Orange Bowl International Tennis Championships, easing past Mexico’s Rogelio Siller, 6-1, 6-1, at the Frank Veltri Tennis Center in Plantation, Fla. Read More

World's top junior players set to compete at 2013 Metropolia Orange Bowl

Boys' world No. 1 Alexander Zverev of Germany and 2013 US Open girls' finalist Tornado Alicia Black of Boca Raton, Fla., are among several of the world's top junior tennis players competing next week in the 67th Orange Bowl International Tennis Championships. Read More

November 2013 Honor Roll

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Check out the Player Development talent spotlight for November 2013. Read More

October 2013 Honor Roll

Check out the Player Development talent spotlight for October 2013. Read More
Results: 57 Record(s) Found.
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