It was a perfect day in College Park for the Junior Tennis Champions Center’s 11th annual Free Tennis Day. As a connoisseur of Kids Days, if there is such a thing, I particularly enjoyed this one. This was a Kids Day with a twist. There was no moon bounce and no face painting going on here. This was the real deal.
You’re not just having fun, kids.
You’re being watched. And timed. And measured.
If you’re a tennis parent who even once fantasized about your 4 year old playing college tennis someday, this was your kind of Kids and Parents Day. Mine slept on the ride from Baltimore to the JTCC and woke up on the wrong side of the car seat. She was #48 and she defaulted when she demanded to be carried in from the car. Annabel settled on hitting solo against the wall.
There were over 350 people on hand for the event and at least 125 kids participating. Over the next two weeks, the JTCC’s coaching staff will deliberate over the participant’s performances. 20 of the entrants will receive offers for summer camp scholarships and one will receive a scholarship into the Junior Tennis Champions Center. Remember, this is the same event where today’s Tallahassee Champion Denis Kudla was ‘discovered’ 10 years ago ‘on this very night’, and you begin to understand the allure of this free-for-all event. It’s democracy in action in tennis.
The most unusual part of the day occurred when Slice, the Ms. Pac-Man of the Washington Kastles, was spontaneously attacked by children in an impromptu and slightly-frightening display. By the time the cameras (camera) got there, the little ones had switched to fists from racquets. Slice took it in all stride and has a bright future in elected office. Anyone who can take that kind of feedback at a Town Hall meeting and shake it all off is a lock for Congress.
TIAFOE, KOZLOV AMONG TOP JUNIORS REPRESENT U.S. IN JUNIOR WORLD TEAM COMPETITION
U.S. Looks to Repeat as Junior Fed Cup, World Junior Tennis Boys Champions
WHITE PLAINS, N.Y., April 25, 2013 – The USTA announced today that Stefan Kozlov and Francis Tiafoe, two 15-year-olds ranked among the Top 100 juniors in the world, are among the top young Americans who will represent the U.S. in Junior Davis Cup and Junior Fed Cup by BNP Paribas (16-and-under) and the boys’ and girls’ World Junior Tennis Competition (14-and-under) North/Central American and Caribbean Final, May 2-4, in Montreal, Canada.
This round of each premier world team competition serves as regional qualifying for the World Finals; the top two teams from each division advance through round-robin play to compete in the World Finals. The Junior Davis Cup and Junior Fed Cup Finals will be held September 24-29 in San Luis Potosi, Mexico. The World Junior Tennis Finals will be August 5-10 in Prostejov, Czech Republic.
Junior Davis Cup Stefan Kozlov, 15 Pembroke Pines, Fla. Francis Tiafoe, 15, College Park, Md. Henrik Wiersholm, 16, Kirkland, Wash. Coach: Nicolas Todero
Junior Fed Cup Nicole Frenkel, 15, Winchester, Mass. Jessica Ho, 16, Wexford, Pa. Katerina Stewart, 15, Miami Coach: Freddy Rodriguez
World Junior Tennis – Boys Patrick Kypson, 13, Greenville, N.C. Sam Riffice, 14, Roseville, Calif. Gianni Ross, 14, Burr Ridge, Ill. Coach: Andy Brandi
World Junior Tennis – Girls CiCi Bellis, 14, Atherton, Calif. Michaela Gordon, 13, Los Altos Hills, Calif. Claire Liu, 12, Thousand Oaks, Calif. Coach: Richard Ashby
Kozlov, currently No. 19 in the world junior rankings for players ages 18 and under, is the youngest player in the Top 20, while Tiafoe (No. 82) is one of only nine players age 15 and under in the Top 100. Kozlov helped lead the U.S. to a third-place Junior Davis Cup finish last year, while Tiafoe helped the U.S. to World Junior Tennis gold in 2012.
The U.S. also won its second Junior Fed Cup title last year (the other coming in 2008). In all, the U.S. has won two Junior Davis Cup titles (1999, 2008), four World Junior Tennis boys titles (2002-03, 2008, 2012) and five World Junior Tennis girls titles (1992, 2007-10).
Kozlov and teammate Henrik Wiersholm train at the USTA Training Center – Headquarters in Boca Raton, Fla., as does Junior Fed Cup team member Nicole Frenkel.
Former U.S. junior international team members include Jim Courier, Andy Roddick, James Blake, Sloane Stephens, Christina McHale and Lindsay Davenport. Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic have also represented their countries in junior international team competition.
In Battle of Mason/Dixon, York PA Defeats Annapolis MD for @USTA 6.0 Women’s Super Seniors National Championship
YORK WOMEN CROWNED NATIONAL CHAMPIONS AT USTA LEAGUE 6.0 SUPER SENIOR NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
SURPRISE, Ariz., April 21, 2013 – The women’s team from York, Pa., representing the USTA Middle States Section, captured the national title at the USTA League 6.0 Super Senior National Championships held at the Surprise Tennis and Racquet Complex in Surprise, Arizona.
The York team defeated a team from Annapolis, Md., 2-1 in the Championship match. Earlier in the day, the York team defeated a team from Austin, Texas, 3-0 in the semifinals. They advanced this far by winning their round-robin flight contested Friday and Saturday.
The team is captained by Rita Ward and features team members Linda Fitz, Anna Mae Schriver, Ermie Conner, Nancy Yohn, Deb Waltimyer, Deborah Ann Mitzel, Carol Shapiro and Carol Gongola. The team plays at the Wisehaven Tennis Center in York.
The top four teams in order of finish are: USTA Middle States (York, Pa.), USTA Mid-Atlantic (Annapolis, Md.), USTA Pacific Northwest (Yakima, Wash.) and USTA Texas (Austin, Texas).
This year’s USTA League 6.0 Super Senior National Championship has drawn the top 19 teams, with 7 men’s teams and 12 women’s team from all over the United States.
USTA League celebrated its 30th Anniversary in 2010. Since its inception in 1980, USTA League has grown from 13,000 participants in its first year, to over 820,000 players across the nation today, making it the world’s largest recreational tennis league.
USTA League was established to provide adult recreational tennis players throughout the country with the opportunity to compete against players of similar ability levels. Players participate on teams in a league format, which is administered by the USTA through its 17 Sections. The league groups players by using six National Tennis Rating Program (NTRP) levels, ranging from 2.5 (entry) to 5.0 (advanced). USTA League is open to any USTA member 18 years of age or older. It features Adult and Mixed Doubles divisions, as well as a Senior Division (age 50 or older) and a Super Senior Division (age 60 or older).
Beginning with the 2013 National Championship season, USTA League changed its structure and format. The change offers USTA League participants among three age categories (Adult 18 & Over, Adult 40 & Over and Adult 55 & Over and Mixed 18 & Over) to better align participants with players their own age. The restructuring guarantees more frequency of play opportunities at more appropriate age groups.
Head Penn Racquet Sports is in its 26th year as official ball of USTA League.
For more information about USTA League or the USTA as a whole, visit www.usta.com.
Junior Tennis Champions Center Hosts Free Tennis Festival
DC/Baltimore’s Premier Tennis Training Center Hosts Free Tennis Clinic for Local Children
The Junior Tennis Champions Center (JTCC), the world-class tennis training center in College Park, Md., will host its 14th annual Tennis Festival on Saturday, May 4 from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. The complimentary tennis clinic for children of all skill levels, including those without any previous experience, will provide tennis techniques and tips. Kids ages 5 to 12 are invited to join JTCC’s esteemed coaching staff and junior tennis champions to practice game skills and participate in agility drills. Throughout the clinic, coaches will be noting the skill level of each participant and will invite 20 promising participants to enroll in the first three weeks of JTCC’s training summer camp free of charge.
This might be the best thing you do for your kid all year. There are two schools of thought when it comes to encouraging a sport and both of them come together on May 4. You want to expose your child to the sport you love. And at some point, you want to know how they compare against other youngsters in the game. Come out to College Park and do both. In addition to games and activities for the kids, they’ll also get some complimentary pointers from some of the world’s coaching on staff. So if your child looks like she has the incredible potential required of a junior champion, you might get an expert opinion right on the spot.
Due to the limited number of participant slots available for the JTCC Free Tennis Festival, parents are encouraged to register their children as soon as possible. To register, send child’s name and age as well as the family’s contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Saturday, May 4, 3:00 – 5:00 p.m.
Junior Tennis Champions Center
5200 Paint Branch Parkway
College Park, MD 20740
RSVP: To reserve your child’s spot, send an email with child’s name and age along with family contact information to email@example.com.
About Junior Tennis Champions Center
The Junior Tennis Champions Center (JTCC) is a non-profit 501 (c)(3) organization and a world-class training program that provides highly motivated young people with the athletic and academic instruction they need to excel on the tennis court and in the classroom. Since its inception in 1999, JTCC has placed all 95 of its graduates at top universities, with graduates earning more than $1.6 million in athletic scholarships.
Luca Corinteli: Ready Like A Raven For Battle As A Wahoo
I’d like to think that Luca Corinteli and I have a few things in common. We both spent our high-school years as Alexandrians, we both love the Superbowl XXXXVII Champion Baltimore Ravens and we both love hitting the hard courts in suburban Maryland. Difference is, he’s a Junior Tennis Champions Center prodigy and I’m a weekend hack. The first few similarities pretty much got me through this brief interview with a major DC/Baltimore Future ATP contender after he had lost a three-setter for the 18s title at the Easter Bowl.
On you taking Gage (Brymer) to the brink today in the Easter Bowl Final: Do you hope for any epic battles between UVA and UCLA?
Playing against Gage today was definitely difficult. I really felt like today’s match was in my hands and being up 6-3, 3-1 and letting it go is tough to swallow. I know all of the kids going to UCLA in the fall and all the talent they have now so the next couple of years will really be competitive and fun between these schools. Hopefully, I can get revenge next year at the NCAA’s when it matters a little bit more. Haha!
Are you looking forward to working under Coach Boland at UVA? What do you hope to learn and tell me about your looking forward to the team ethic.
I am most definitely excited to work under Coach Boland and Coach Pedroso in Charlottesville next year. I know that these two coaches are the best in college tennis and they know what it takes to get me to the next level which is a professional. As far as being on a team, I am super pumped to represent the University of Virginia and play along many of my close friends. It is something I have never done and I feel like I could be a great teammate for those guys.
Is it hard for an East Coast player at the Easter Bowl with an event that’s heavy on California talent and always an away game for East Coast players?
I don’t think playing on the West Coast is too much of a disadvantage for me, at least. I don’t want to speak for other East Coasters, but as a very frequent traveler I have played in over 12 countries so I have gotten used to being out of my comfort zone and it is something I embrace now.
Although you’ve trained in Boca, tell me about your time at JTCC and the DC talent you’ve met in training.
I was at the USTA in Boca for 3 years and last September I went back to the JTCC. All of the coaches there are great and really know what they are doing with the future stars and people are already on the tour like my very good friend, Denis Kudla. I work with coaches Vesa Ponkka and Frank Salazar and I love every second of it. The JTCC will keep producing players because of how well they run the Academy.
What’s your favorite memory of growing up in Alexandria or DC? (I went to TC Williams HS in Alexandria.)
My sister actually went to TC and I would have gone there as well if I did not play tennis seriously. I probably would have been a tight end for the Titans. I don’t know if there is one memory I can single out as my favorite as being an Alexandria resident, but I love taking walks in the summer around Old Town with friends and family just because it is so nice.
Also a Baltimorean here. How great was it to be the only tennis player who picked the Ravens when no one else did?
I am so proud to be a Ravens fan. I knew it would be a difficult thing to do but the coaching staff and Ray Lewis really got all the guys playing really hard and it is something I’ll never forget for my whole life. I know the beginning of free agency looked bad for us but I like the moves we made and I think we will be contenders for a championship once again next year!
—Steve Fogleman, with Big Ups to Steve Pratt and Dave Kenas, the photographer who provided this week’s visual smorgasbord.
I’d be remiss if I didn’t mention Colette Lewis, who helped me discover respect for all things Easter Bowl.
WASHINGTON, D.C. TENNIS TEAM CROWNED CHAMPIONS AT
USTA LEAGUE 10.0 ADULT MIXED DOUBLES NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
TUCSON, ARIZ., November 18, 2012 – A mixed doubles tennis team from Washington, D.C., representing the USTA Mid-Atlantic Section, captured the national title at the USTA League 10.0 Adult Mixed Doubles National Championships held at the Hilton El Conquistador Golf & Tennis Resort in Tucson, Ariz.
The Washington, D.C., team captured a 3-0 win over a team from Irvine, Calif., in the championship match. On Saturday afternoon, they defeated a team from Boise, Idaho, 3-0 in the semifinals. They advanced this far by winning their round-robin flight contested Friday and Saturday.
The team is captained by Sam Lieber (Clarksville, Md.) and Gregory H Chambers (Silver Spring, Md.) and features Tanja Magoc (Silver Spring, Md.), Marianne E Baker (Glenelg, Md.), Anastasia Skavronskaia (Kensington, Md.), Dianne Matias (Torrance, Calif.), Wilbur K Callender (Washington, D.C.), Franklin Chaney (Lothian, Md.), Patrick D Brick (Arlington, Va.) and plays at the Owen Brown Tennis Club.
The top four teams in order of finish are: Mid-Atlantic (Washington, D.C.); Southern California (Irvine, Calif.); Florida (Sarasota, Fla.) and Intermountain (Boise, Idaho).
This year’s USTA League 10.0 Adult Mixed Doubles National Championship has drawn the top 12 teams from throughout the nation.
The USTA League Mixed Doubles is for men and women 18 years of age and older. Teams are formed by combining the two player’s individual National Tennis Rating Program (NTRP) ratings. The team’s total rating must equal: 2.5, 6.0, 7.0, 8.0, 9.0 and 10.0. The total NTRP rating cannot exceed the level of the team. For example, a 7.0 team could be a combination of two 3.5 players, or one 4.0 partner and one 3.0 partner. Play format consists of three doubles matches.
This year marks the 32nd anniversary of USTA League. Since its inception in 1980, it has grown from 13,000 participants in its first year, to over 835,000 players across the nation today, making it the world’s largest recreational tennis league.
USTA League was established to provide adult recreational tennis players throughout the country with the opportunity to compete against players of similar ability levels. Players participate on teams in a league format, which is administered by the USTA through its 17 Sections. The league groups players by using six NTRP levels, ranging from 2.5 (entry) to 5.0 (advanced). USTA League is open to any USTA member 18 years of age or older. It features Adult and Mixed Doubles divisions, as well as a Senior Division (age 50 or older) and a Super Senior Division (age 60 or older).
For the 2013 National Championship season, USTA League is changing its structure and format. The change will allow USTA League participants among three age categories (Adult 18 & Over, Adult 40 & Over and Adult 55 & Over and Mixed 18 & Over) to better align participants with players their own age. The restructuring guarantees more frequency of play opportunities at more appropriate age divisions.
Head Penn Racquet Sports is in its 25th year as official ball of USTA League.
–S. Pratt, USTA
USTA MID-ATLANTIC HONORS NINETEEN AT ANNUAL MEETING
Montgomery County Tennis Association Wins Community Program of the Year
RESTON, Va., November 20, 2012– The United States Tennis Association Mid-Atlantic Section (USTA/MAS) celebrated the efforts of nineteen individual members and member organizations at the Sheraton Reston Hotel in Reston, Va., November 17, 2012.
The awards are given out annually to USTA members from Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, and Washington, D.C., for their dedication to the sport of tennis and their outstanding contributions in helping grow tennis at the local level.
“This is our favorite event of the year,” says USTA/MAS Executive Director, Rod Dulany.”It’s a time where we can recognize the phenomenal volunteers and leaders in our community who give so much to our sport.”
The Montgomery County Tennis Association (MCTA) was honored with the Community Program of the Year award. The MCTA is a non-profit organization founded in 1996 to promote tennis and to support tennis players in Montgomery County, Md., and the local area. It is committed to increasing the opportunities for juniors, adults and seniors to play recreational and organized competitive tennis. The foundation of the MCTA rests with more than 55 volunteers who organize and manage the various community based tennis teams, leagues, socials, tournaments, training programs and after school programming at various middle schools.
Below are the awards and honorees.
Community Program of the Year, Montgomery County Tennis Association, Md.
Presented to a USTA/Mid-Atlantic Section person, place or program that best demonstrates outstanding execution of a team event or programs.
Section Organization of the Year – Reston Tennis Association, Reston, Va.
Presented to a member organization for their outstanding service to the local community, to the organization members, and to the game of tennis.
Facility of the Year, Culpeper Sport & Racquet Club, Culpeper, Va.
Presented to the tennis facility that made the greatest impact in the community during the past year through programming, events and partnerships.
Lifetime Service Award, Garland Ott, Charles Town, W.Va.
Presented to an individual or group for their longstanding dedication and commitment to the game of tennis.
Parks and Recreation of the Year, Marion County Parks and Recreation Commission, W.Va.
Teaching Professional of the Year, Harvey Robinson, Newport News, Va.
Volunteer of the Year, Carolyn Ikeda, Alexandria, Va.
League Coordinator of the Year, Jon Smith, Carroll County, Md.
Jr. Team Tennis Coordinator of the Year, Shannon Scarvey, Midlothian, Va.
Family of the Year, The Cook Family, Ft. Washington, Md.
Military Tennis Award, Molly Prins, Springfield, Va.
Tournament of the Year, West Virginia State Championships, Ridgeview, W.Va.
Official of the Year, Bob Hyatt, Williamsburg, Va.
High School Coach of the Year, Lee Kelley, Richmond, Va.
Adult Sportsmanship Award, Aileen Chase, District of Columbia
Adult Sportsmanship Award, Marvin Martinez, Ft. Washington, Md.
Junior Sportsmanship Award, Olivia Davis, Indian Head, Md.
Junior Sportsmanship Award, Spencer Liang, Potomac, Md.
Outstanding Media Award, Doug Smith, District of Columbia
—C. Miller, USTA/MAS
I visited my first ITF tournament yesterday: the new Prince George’s County International Hard Court Championship in College Park, Maryland. Covering the ITF is another important stamp in my tennis blogger passport. “P.G. Hardcourts” is a Grade II event and it was my first opportunity to witness the “Mama Drama” that attends such events. The action was intense and frightening at times, and I’m naturally talking about what I saw from a parent, a coach and an absent-minded caller of balls and strikes. Luckily, there was a responsible adult there: ITF Referee Steve Reitman.
Now, a robbery in Prince George’s County is not all that rare, but the robbery I witnessed yesterday occurred on Court 18 and was pretty brazen. It involved the lone official of the duel between Marika Akkerman of Toronto and #1 seed Ching-Wen Hsu of Taiwan. The Chair seemed to have his eyes on everything but his match. I saw him watching other matches, watching the faces of the people he chatted up during the match, and I saw him checking out the sky a few times. Mind you, there were no storm clouds brewing overhead.
But there was a storm brewing inside the coach of Marika Akkerman and to a lesser extent, her father, who were both nearly ejected. Every few minutes, a player would complain, “Didn’t you see that?” It was usually Akkerman, but to be fair, Hsu gave up on a few balls expecting them to be declared long. Akkerman’s coach started riding the official after a while.
Then, the ITF boss showed up and suggested that Coach pipe down, since he was talking trash about a man who could eject him from the match. He protested again to the ITF’s Reitman, and was told that if he said another word, he was outta there. Then, coach refused to answer Reitman on whether or not he was Akkerman’s coach upon multiple requests. You remember the game. When your parent or teacher told you to be quiet one minute and then asked you a question the next. You enjoyed their inconsistent commands, turned it against them and said nothing when they wanted to hear from you.
Long story short: The ITF’s Reitman said, “I don’t know who you think you are, but I didn’t come to hear all your nonsense. If you say another word, that’s it”. He then camped out behind the coach and Akkerman’s dad for the rest of the match, just waiting for testosterone to play itself out to a nasty end. Mind you, the Chair was still not paying full attention to the match and it was 4-3 Akkerman in the third. I forgot to mention something. I keep calling him the Chair, but he had no chair. If it matters.
I felt sorry for Akkerman. It was bad enough that all those long balls by Hsu weren’t being called out, but now she had the pressure of worrying whether her ride home was about to get tossed. At a tournament like this one, players can hear everything that goes on off the court. She heard every single word of the protracted exchanges. Her nerves got the better of her, and the #1 seed took the third set 7-5.
Not surprisingly, Akkerman went out of her way to avoid a handshake with the Chair. The Chair didn’t even go in her general direction to shake hers, either. As she left the court, her dad tried to gently grab her by the arm to speak to her, but she jerked away from him with a big swing of her racquet bag and ran like wildfire to the locker room. I am not certain who she was mad at, but she had every right to be with the Chair and with the Coach for compounding the trouble.
As for me, I’m hooked. This is entertainment at its finest. And the tennis was pretty good, too.
[UPDATE 8/27/12: I've been told that roving umpires do not usually shake hands with players at these events. However, Hsu and her father made sure to shake with the ump after this one. This was also the first ITF match I watched. The rest weren't nearly as dramatic in off-court antics.]
Day 2 of the US Open National Playoffs Mid-Atlantic Sectional Qualifying at the Junior Tennis Champions Center at College Park was again blessed with unusually pleasant June weather. Top seeds Nika Kukharchuk and Damon Gooch both breezed into the later rounds. Kukharchuk will face Greenbelt, Maryland’s Amy Zhu in a semifinal tomorrow, alongside the Monet Willis/Leslie Hansen semi. Damon Gooch is scheduled to play a quarterfinal against Matt Brooklyn, who upset a beloved local, Gaithersburg’s Junior Ore in straights in a close match. Other scheduled men’s quarters include Yancy Dennis/Maxx Lipman, Piotrs Necajevs/Tyler Tulenko and Ryan Lipman/Christaan Lee-Daigle.
A most impressive run in this tournament belongs to Piotrs Necajevs. Necajevs hails from Latvia, where he is a former national doubles champion. He was an MVP at Mississippi State, and he’s currently the Interim Head Coach of the University of Detroit Women’s Tennis program. He went 5-0 in a span of 32 hours this weekend, winning 3 singles contests and 2 mixed doubles matches. Tomorrow, he’ll try to win another 2 in singles and a mixed doubles semi. If he can pull that off, he’ll have a relatively easier time on Tuesday, when he’ll only have to play 2 finals in 7 hours. His mixed doubles partner, Sophia Abelson, a National Open 14s doubles champion herself and is coached by Necajevs. She has a spinning kickserve that I’ll never forget. Sophia Silbergeld of Baltimore and I played them earlier today in a Quarterfinal. Though the official scoreline reads 6-1, 6-0 to the Michigan power duo, neither of us Marylanders remember it being that close at all. I apologize for the shakiness of the video below in the first few seconds, but my hand was still in perpetual motion from all that spin. I want to thank them for being so hospitable and for going easy on us. Thank you!
Day 1 of the USTA US Open National Playoffs, Mid-Atlantic Sectional Qualifying is in the books. For the record books, it may have been the finest June 1st in National Capital meteorological history. 41 battles were fought and the winners move on to what promises to be another gentle day in College Park, weather-wise. Tournament management seamlessly directed a hectic schedule after wet courts delayed the start of play for a half an hour in the morning. Players were courteous to each other, fans were courteous to the players, and it was truly a perfect day of tennis in the Mid-Atlantic.
Yancy Dennis, Alex Sidney, Damon Gooch, Chris Clarke and Pjotrs Necajevs were among the winners in Men’s Singles. In Mixed Doubles, 13-year-old Evan Zhu of Greenbelt, MD, certainly put on an impressive show despite a loss. All the Draws, Scores and tomorrow’s Order of Play are found here. Don’t forget to follow USTA Mid-Atlantic’s blog, either.
|32||Rita Tatiana Kwigoua d. Lindsey Hardenbergh||Wd (inj)|
|32||Mamdrena Majoro d. Amanda Rodgers||Wd (emerg)|
|32||Leslie Hansen d. Kendall Heitzner||4-6; 6-2; 6-2|
|32||Sophie Chang d. Alyssa Bing||Wd (inj)|
|32||Bridgett Blowe d. Alexus Jones||Wd (emerg)|
|32||Audrey Wooland d. Megan Hahn||6-1; 6-0|
|32||Christina Harris d. Lisa Suggs||Wd (inj)|
|32||Monet Willis d. Yelik Murat||Wd (inj)|
|32||Naomi Waters d. Jimena Wu||Wd (emerg)|
|32||Ikttesh Chahal d. Taylor Newman||6-3; 3-6; 6-4|
|32||Katia Jordan d. Tanya Baytor||6-0; 6-0|
|32||Amy Zhu d. Monet Graves||6-0; 6-1|
|32||Ines Vias d. Stephanie Wetmore||Wd (inj)|
|32||Jeannez Daniel d. Sophia Abelson||4-6; 6-4; 6-0|
|32||Kaitlyn McCarthy d. Grace Leake||6-3; 6-3|
|64||Christiaan Lee-Daigle d. Bryant Mohns||Def (ns)|
|64||Noah Fenton d. Paul Webster||6-3; 6-1|
|64||Adam Cranford d. Roosevelt Cooper||7-5; 7-5|
|64||Zach Hublitz d. Jackson Laird||6-0; 6-0|
|64||Danny Naja d. hao du||6-1; 6-0|
|64||Christopher Clarke d. Danijel Lolic||6-4; 6-2|
|64||Michael Wong d. Francis Tiafoe||Wo (admin)|
|64||ryan lipman d. Lee White||6-1; 6-0|
|64||Tyler Tulenko d. Kent Watkins||Wd (inj)|
|64||Kevin Reilly d. Edward Miller||6-0; 6-0|
|64||Michael Fowler d. Brandon Hall||6-2; 6-0|
|64||Tita Mba d. Zachary Fritz||6-2; 6-2|
|64||Brandon Weston d. Joel Orkmon||6-0; 6-1|
|64||Patrick Brick d. Ramzi Ressas||6-0; 6-0|
|64||Leon Vessels d. Ryan Shane||Wd (inj)|
|64||Pjotrs Necajevs d. Mike Lesko||6-3; 6-0|
|64||Maxx Lipman d. Alexandru Sturzu||Wd (emerg)|
|64||Louis-Philippe Genereux d. Nathan Banks||6-4; 6-0|
|64||Ryan Radke d. Brandon Larsen||6-3; 6-1|
|64||Fred Mesmer d. Pedro Sanoja||6-0; 6-1|
|64||Dai Edwardes-Evans d. David Martin||6-2; 6-3|
|64||Yancy Dennis d. Keith Whittingham||7-6; 7-6(7-1)); 6-1|
|64||Graham Wilson d. Nicholas Bakos||6-1; 6-2|
|64||Alex Hahn d. Matt Stein||7-5; 6-0|
|64||Alan Savage d. Roosevelt Nash||6-1; 6-2|
|64||Junior Ore d. William Szamosszegi||6-2; 6-1|
|64||Alex Sidney d. William Peterson||6-0; 6-1|
|64||Matt Brooklyn d. Travis Denny||6-0; 6-2|
|64||William Young d. Laith Layous||Wd (inj)|
|64||Alok Neopane d. Robert Colwell||6-4; 6-3|
|64||Steve Heitzner d. Ky Nguyen||6-0; 6-0|
|64||Damon Gooch d. Harris Henry||6-1; 6-0|
|128||Dai Edwardes-Evans d. Hunter McCawley||0-6; 6-1; 6-1|