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Results: 47 Record(s) Found.

Boys to Men: Querrey, Young, Smyczek and Levine reflect on Kalamazoo

A decade on, former junior rivals reflect on their USTA Boys' 18s Nationals tournament experience. Read More

Top U.S. juniors head to San Diego for Girls’ 18s title, eye US Open berth

2016 French Open - Day Fifteen
Amanda Anisimova, Kayla Day, Claire Liu and Usue Arconada lead the list of girls scheduled to compete 2016 USTA Girls’ 16s & 18s National Championships, Aug. 6-14, in San Diego. The Girls' 18s winners earn a wild card into the main draw of the 2016 US Open. Read More

Kenin wins US Open Wild Card Challenge, earns US Open wild card

A year ago, Sofia Kenin earned a wild card into the women's singles draw at the US Open based on her junior results. This year, she received a wild card because of her performance on the USTA Pro Circuit.​ Read More

Top U.S. juniors set to compete in World Junior Tennis Finals

Six of America’s top 14-and-under juniors, including 2016 USTA National Clay Court singles champions Zane Khan and Alexa Noel and 2016 Les Petits As champion Stefan Leustian, will look to lead the U.S. in the upcoming World Junior Tennis Finals. Read More

Korda, Li claim 18s titles at USTA National Clay Court Championships

Sebastian Korda and Ann Li booked spots in their first junior Grand Slam singles draws by capturing the boys' and girls' 18s singles titles at the USTA National Clay Court Championships. Read More

USTA Interview: Wimbledon Girls' Champs Arconada and Liu

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Americans Usue Arconada and Claire Liu spoke with USTA.com's Craig Gabriel after defeating fellow American Caty McNally and her partner, Mariam Bolkvadze of Georgia, 6-2, 6-3, in the Wimbledon girls' doubles final. Read More

American juniors thriving at Wimbledon

Middle Sunday: The Championships - Wimbledon 2016
The next wave of talented Americans continue to make their mark at Wimbledon, with five boys and girls advancing to the quarterfinals of the junior singles competitions. In fact, four of the eight remaining girls are from the U.S. Read More

Strong U.S. junior contingent set to compete at Wimbledon

French Open girls’ finalist Amanda Anisimova, 2015 USTA Girls’ 18s national champion and US Open girls’ finalist Sofia Kenin and world No. 2-ranked Ulises Blanch lead a deep field of American girls and boys set to compete at the Wimbledon Junior Championships. Read More

Anisimova, 14, surges into French Open girls’ final

Fourteen-year-old Amanda Anisimova, the youngest girl in the Top 50 of the ITF world junior rankings, has dropped just one set in five matches en route to the French Open girls’ singles final. On Sunday, she’ll bid to become the first American to win the girls’ title in Paris since Jennifer Capriati in 1989. Read More

Blanch, Kenin lead 21 U.S. boys and girls competing at junior French Open

Ulises Blanch, the No. 3-ranked junior in the world, and 2015 US Open girls’ finalist Sofia Kenin lead a deep field of American boys and girls set to compete at the French Open Junior Championships in Paris. Qualifying begins Thursday, with the main draw running May 29-June 4. Read More
Results: 47 Record(s) Found.
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