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USTA North Carolina Notebook

2013 Awards Nominations

2013 State Championships

Junior Programs
NC Junior Summer State Closed winners

Nearly 500 junior players were in Cary from Aug. 6-10 for the 2014 NC Junior Summer State Closed, one of three L1 tournaments USTA North Carolina holds annually. Play at the top-level tournament was interrupted throughout the weekend by rain, but winners were eventually crowned at Cary Tennis Park.

The following list includes singles and doubles winners from each age division. Congratulations to all of our competitors!


Junior Reimbursement Form



Standing Lists

The points per round (PPR) ranking system will again be used with the intent to encourage participation and to award the play and accomplishments of North Carolina players.


Great Sports Pins

Great Sports Pins

In an effort to promote good behavior and sportsmanship in junior tennis, we are starting our “Great Sports” program at select junior tournaments across the state.  Officials will now be able to award good behavior by presenting sportsmanship pins to juniors who exemplify exceptional sportsmanship during a match or tournament.

Examples of pin awards that occurred this past year at trial events:


2014 Jr. Team Tennis State Championships

USTA North Carolina held its 2014 Jr. Team Tennis State Championships in Fayetteville for the second straight year. Matches were played from July 18-20, with 10 champions emerging from the field at the end of the tournament.

This year's championships included over 400 junior players from across North Carolina. Players competed at Highland Country Club, Arnette Park, Mazerick Park and Methodist University.

Here are the 2014 champions. The 8 & Under Beginner division finished with co-champions, as both teams won 108 games.