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Rules of Play

1.  Players are to check-in with the tournament director at the tournament desk 15 minutes before their starting time.

2.  Leave balls on the court after each round.

3.  Record your own score on the tournament scoreboard or the clipboard after each round.

4.  No warm-up after you play your first round.

5.  Total games won will determine winners.



What others are saying about Mike and JUNIOR TENNIS CIRCUIT

"My son plays in the junior tennis circuit tournaments, and they're helping him, but more importantly is the fact that he's have fun at every single tournament in which he plays. We'll keep participating (playing) in them because his game is improving with every tournament. There are people coming from out of town, so its a really good cross-section of kids from the community with which to play. It's going to get the kids' game better each time. They're having fun out here, and that's the most important thing. Also, these tournaments help prepare them for usta section tournaments. We have participated in at least 10 tournaments so far, and we'll keep coming back and playing another 10."

Sam and Danya Salhab (parents)
Fresno, California
"I live in Fresno, California and have two children who play in the junior tennis circuit tournaments. This tennis circuit is a very well-managed local tennis organization that my kids really enjoy. These tournaments afford them the opportunity to play with many, many players, which gives them good exposure. This is very hard to come by. We are lucky to have one in Fresno and Clovis area. This format is an inexpensive way for them to experience tennis tournaments, we don't have to travel far, and they continue to enlarge/expand. They will be given the opportunity to experience a "bigger league" when they play in a USTA Challenger or an Open. Once they're in school, they'll have the opportunity to play matches and it's going to be very, very, helpful."

Ted Hoie (parent)
Fresno, California