Notes:All matches will be played at Andulka Park Tennis Center.
Seeding MethodThe following factors were using in Seeding: Southern California Standings and the USTA Rating System. Seeding is the system used to separate the top players in a draw so that they do not meet in the early rounds of a tournament.
NEW ELIGIBILITY RULES 2016 LEVEL 5 EVENTSStarting January 1st, 2016 for ages 12-18's players who are ranked in the top 50 will not be allowed to participate in Open Level 5 events. These events are meant for players moving up from Level 6 but not quite ready for higher level events. (Players can play up in the next higher division if ranked in the top 50 of their age group) This does not apply to 10 & under divisions.
SCTA Code of Conduct for Parents, Coaches, and SpectatorsBy entering this tournament, you agree to follow the SCTA Code of Conduct for Parents, Coaches, and Spectators. more info
** 2016 FRIEND AT COURT **This is the link to the entire Friend of Court.
This contains the code of conduct as well as the rules and regulations of tennis.
2016 SCTA POINTS PER ROUND RANKINGFor Southern California open ranking purposes, this tournament is a SCTA Level 5 event. For 2016 tournaments, Level 5 points will be awarded based on draw size for each individual event. more info
SCTA POINT PENALTY SUSPENSION SYSTEMThe SCTA has adopted a point penalty suspension system. Please click on the link provided here for information. more info
SCTA Section Suspension Point SystemThe SCTA Section Suspension Point System prohibits signing up for two events: Ths USTA Code of Conduct and Suspension Point System is in effect. You are expected to play the entire event as scheduled. The SCTA Section Junior Competition Committee has adopted the USTA National Suspension Point System for 2015. Please refer to Friend at Court pages 133 and 134, Table 18 for more information.
10 & Under DivisionsAll 10 & Under matches will be played with the “Green” Ball (or Green Dot Ball) on a standard sized 78’ court. There is no racquet restriction with this ball.
The ProPenn Marathon Ball will be used.
Boys and Girls 10 & under will use a Dunlop "Green Dot" Ball
SchedulingYou are expected to play the entire event as scheduled. Thank You!!!
Practice CourtsPractice Courts will only be available before the 8am matches.Thank You!!
BG 16s & 18s singles matches will be 2 out of 3 sets, regular scoring (with ads), and playing a full 3rd set (unless weather becomes an issue).
BG 10s, 12s, & 14s will play a 10-point tie-break instead of a 3rd set.
All doubles matches will be 2 out of 3 sets, regular scoring (with ads), and playing a 10 point tiebreaker instead of a 3rd set.
IMPORTANT: Traffic to Riverside from other parts of SoCal can be horrible, even on weekends. Please allow PLENTY of time to drive here, so you arrive early to your match. We will be enforcing the penalty for lateness policy for all matches.
The Tournament Director is Evan Parry. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 951-683-0667.
The iTennis/Andulka Park Spring Junior Open Championships will be played at the Andulka Park Tennis Center in Riverside, CA. The tournament will be played on the Tennis Center's 9 lighted hard courts (including a stadium court), but the Center also boasts a gorgeous, state-of-the-art clay court. There is a full-service pro shop, with a 24 hour stringing service.
Andulka Park Tennis Center is at: 5051 Chicago Ave. Riverside, CA 92507 The Tennis Center is located at the intersection of Chicago Ave. and Central Ave., in Riverside. USTA - Boys' 10 Doubles; Boys' 10 Singles; Boys' 12 Doubles; Boys' 12 Singles; Boys' 14 Doubles; Boys' 14 Singles; Boys' 16 Doubles; Boys' 16 Singles; Boys' 18 Doubles; Boys' 18 Singles; Girls' 10 Doubles; Girls' 10 Singles; Girls' 12 Doubles; Girls' 12 Singles; Girls' 14 Doubles; Girls' 14 Singles; Girls' 16 Doubles; Girls' 16 Singles; Girls' 18 Doubles; Girls' 18 Singles