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Results: 59 Record(s) Found.

2014 Top 10 Moments: U.S. juniors shine on world stage

If 2014 is an indicator, the future of American tennis looks bright, as several of our top junior players gave outstanding performances on the world's biggest stages. Read More

2014 Top 10 Moments: Youth tennis produces record numbers

More kids across the country participated in youth tennis programs in 2014 than ever before. Read More

2014 Top 10 Moments: U.S. sweeps Junior Davis Cup, Junior Fed Cup titles

The United States had a banner year in international team competition in 2014, sweeping both the Junior Davis Cup and Junior Fed Cup by BNP Paribas titles for the second time in the last seven years. Read More

2014 Top 10 Moments: USTA Play Day sets Guinness World Record

The USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing, N.Y. hosted 406 kids from local organizations in the New York City area for a free tennis lesson, setting a Guinness World Record in the process. Read More

Kozlov, Kenin complete U.S. sweep of Orange Bowl 18s titles

Stefan Kozlov and Sofia Kenin won the boys’ and girls’ 18s singles titles at the Metropolia Orange Bowl Tennis Championships for the first American sweep of the Orange Bowl 18s singles titles since 2004.​ Read More

Riffice wins boys' 16s title; 18s finals set at Metropolia Orange Bowl

American Sam Riffice overcame Estonia’s Mattias Siimar, 6-1, 1-6, 7-5, to win the Metropolia Orange Bowl Boys’ 16s title, joining Grigor Dimitrov as the only players to win both the Eddie Herr and Orange Bowl 16s titles in consecutive weeks. Read More

Bellis clinches year-end No. 1, advances at Metropolia Orange Bowl

CiCi Bellis added one more distinction to an already remarkable 2014, clinching the International Tennis Federation’s year-end No. 1 world junior ranking with a quarterfinal victory at the Metropolia Orange Bowl Junior Championships. Read More

Eleven Americans reach Metropolia Orange Bowl quarterfinals

Americans continued their strong showing at the Metropolia Orange Bowl, with 11 U.S. juniors advancing to the quarterfinals including Wimbledon boys' semifinalist Taylor Fritz and US Open girls' semifinalist Caroline Dolehide. Read More

Di Lorenzo, Gordon among Day 3 winners at Metropolia Orange Bowl

Francesca Di Lorenzo, the top tennis recruit in the country, is one of 16 girls left in the Metropolia Orange Bowl girls' 18s draw. Other players advancing on Day 3 include Michaela Gordon, Caroline Dolehide and Tommy Paul. Read More

Opelka plays with power on Day 2 of Metropolia Orange Bowl

Coming off a victory at the Eddie Herr Junior Championships, 6-foot-10 Reilly Opelka, ranked in the Top 50 of the world among juniors for the first time, overcame Taipei’s Liang Yu Richard Lin, 6-3, 6-1, in a first-round boys’ 18s match. Read More
Results: 59 Record(s) Found.
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