Clay Court Championship Week
by Dallas Oliver, 21 July 2014
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Late July is the heart of the American junior tennis calendar, with championships abounding at the district, section, and national levels. At the highest level, gold balls are available in both July and August. The first of these tournaments are the clay court nationals.
Last week, top American juniors headed south to Florida, Tennessee, North Carolina, and Virginia for the USTA National Clay Court Championships. National titles were awarded for both boys and girls in all four age divisions.
The Tennis Recruiting Network is back with another edition of Clay Court Championship Week - with wrapups of all eight tournaments. From the boys to the girls - from the 12s to the 18s - all the gold ball winners will be featured on TennisRecruiting.net. We are proud to celebrate the top athletes in American junior tennis.
Here is our planned coverage schedule:
Clay Court Championship Week Series
We hope you enjoy our complete coverage schedule of Clay Court Championship Week. Check in each day for coverage of the top boys and girls from across the country.
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