Notes:General Tournament Information
ALL ADULTS MUST BRING PHOTO ID IN ORDER TO ENTER THE CLUB (Wheaton Sport Center) DUE TO SECURITY REASONS.
We look forward to having you participate in our tournament! We are located 30 miles west of downtown Chicago in Wheaton, Illinois. The Wheaton Sport Center provides a warm friendly club atmosphere. We are located on 10 acres which allows room for extensive indoor and outdoor activities. Wheaton Sport Center has 14 Tennis Courts with personal tennis instruction, 2 Swimming Pools, Personal Cardio Theatres, Resistance Machines, Over 6000 lbs. of Free Weights, Social Events, Child Care, Racquetball, Personal Training, 100 Group Exercise Classes, Pilates, Day Spa, Full Amenity Locker Rooms, And Much More for our members.
A USTA tennis official will be onsite during a majority of the tournament.
All matches will best 2 out of 3 regular scoring sets with a match tie breaker used in lieu of the 3rd set.
Schedule of Play
Schedule of play will be as follows: Friday 5pm – 10pm Saturday 11am-10pm Sunday 11am-8pm.)
The actual draw size will be determined by the number of entries across the divisions being played. Too few players in one division might allow a larger draw in another division.
Players are selected manually by the tournament director after the close of registration
First Match Times
All draws will be posted by 7 pm on the Wednesday prior to the tournament.
Withdraws/Midwest Suspension Point System
If you need to withdraw while registration is still open, please go to our homepage and in the left margin click on "Edit Registration" and proceed to withdraw. No reason is necessary while the registration is still open. If registration has closed and tournament has not begun yet, please email the tournament director and list the reason for withdraw. If tournament has begun, please call the tournament director. REMEMBER when withdrawing from a USTA event once the selections have been made, the only reasons that are accepted by the USTA Referee without incurring FIVE (5) suspension points are injury, illness or family emergency. Having a soccer game, a family dinner, or not feeling like playing the consolation are not accepted reasons.
Signing Up for Two Events/Midwest Suspension Point System
USTA/Midwest Section Suspension Point System, the USTA Code of Conduct and Suspension Point System is in effect. You are expected to play the entire event as scheduled. The USTA/Midwest Section Junior Competition Committee has adopted a new Suspension Point System. All players will be given FIVE (5) suspension points for entering two or more tournaments that take place at the same time, in whole or in part, unless each Tournament Committee involved agrees with the multiple entries in writing. This applies to all players who signed up for the tournament including alternates.
USTA Contact Information
Procedure for tournament registration: because of Privacy Laws, your contact information from USTA membership doesn't show up in the Tournament Directors' software anymore. Only what you indicate during the registration process shows up. We have no way of contacting you if you leave these areas blank, for instance, your opponent is sick. You may make an extra trip here and it may not be necessary. You must indicate all phone numbers, home, cell (a must!), work and your email address on each registration, EACH and EVERY time, for each and every tournament you register for.
Seeding will be done by latest Midwest standing list.
No refunds will be given after the deadline.
Winner & Finalist in both Main Draw and Consolation Draw from each age division will receive an award
Please contact the tournament director via email if you have any questions.
USTA - Boys' 14 Singles; Girls' 10 Singles; Girls' 12 Singles; Girls' 18 Singles