WTT JUNIOR NATIONALS
Many of the nation’s most promising junior tennis players compete in the WTT Junior Nationals. This tournament is a premier national junior invitational event featuring 16 co-ed teams from throughout the U.S. The teams use the WTT format during their three days of non-elimination draw competition. In addition to the competition, players also participate in seminars and a clinic hosted by event host and WTT co-founder Billie Jean King. The 16 teams receive grants of $500 each. Please see below for 2016 information or view current results.
The 2016 WTT Junior Nationals were held July 25 - 28 at the George E. Barnes Tennis Center in San Diego, Calif. Claremont defeated CA Central Coast Crushers 37-36 in a Supertiebreaker to win the title in 2016.
For information about Junior Nationals or other Mylan WTT Rec League programs, call 866-PLAY WTT or contact Delaine Mast at firstname.lastname@example.org
Team members are selected based on their sectional and national rankings, but are NOT eligible if they attained a ranking of 1-150 on the USTA Seed Selection List as of May 12, 2016. The targeted junior players are 14-18 years of age.
Tournament matches follow the WTT non-elimination draw format. The 16 co-ed teams are divided into 4 groups.
2016 FINAL RESULTS:
2016 JUNIOR NATIONALS – FINAL STANDINGS
July 25 - July 28, 2016 – George E. Barnes Tennis Center in San Diego, Calif.
2016 World TeamTennis Junior Nationals hosted by Billie Jean King
CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL: Claremont def. CA Central Coast Crushers 37-36