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Tennis Recruiting Welcomes the Class of 2028
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The start of the new school year marks the beginning of another rankings cycle.

This week's rankings at the Tennis Recruiting Network are the first of the 2021-22 season, which means we are welcoming the Class of 2028 to the mix. These sixth-graders will be ones to watch as they mature through their junior tennis careers.

The calendar at TennisRecruiting.net runs from September 1 through August 31. We calculated the final rankings for the outgoing seniors last week, and said farewell to the Class of 2021.

Tuesday and Wednesday's rankings are the first official lists for the 2028 boys and girls, respectively:

  • Tuesday - Boys Class Rankings
  • Wednesday - Girls Class Rankings
  • Thursday - Boys RPI Rankings
  • Friday - Girls RPI Rankings

Before we officially unveil the new rankings, let’s take a look at some of the top young players in the Class of 2028. These rising stars have already demonstrated their talent in high-level tournament play.

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