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by ZooTennis.com, 19 September 2023

Stanford freshman and wild card entrant Katherine Hui (San Diego, Calif.) won six matches in straight sets - four over seeded players - to capture the girls' singles title at the US Open. Hui defeated Tereza Valentova {Czech Republic) 6-4, 6-4 in the final. Joao Fonseca of Brazil broke up an All-American affair with a 4-6, 6-4, 6-3 victory over American Learner Tien 4-6, 6-4, 6-3 in the boys' championship. Check out great action photos from ZooTennis.com.

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Action Shots from San Diego
by David Kenas, 26 August 2023

Wimbledon junior champion Clervie Ngounoue earned a US Open wildcard with her championship in the Girls' 18 event of the USTA Billie Jean King National Championships at the Barnes Tennis Center in San Diego. 13-year-old Christina Lyutova took the Girls' 16 title - and with it earned a main draw of the US Open Juniors. Photographer David Kenas was on site in San Diego for TRN.

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Images From The Zoo
by Bill Kallenberg, 25 August 2023

Year in and year out, the most coveted destination for US junior boys is Kalamazoo, Michigan. For 79 years, the USTA National B18-16 Championships have been hosted at Kalamazoo College. This year, Learner Tien earned the US Open wildcard with his second straight Boy's 18 title. A third try proved successful for Cooper Woestendick - as he took the Boys' 16 title and earned a main draw to the US Open Juniors. Photographer Bill Kallenberg was in Kalamazoo to chronicle both of these boys championships.

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Action Shots from Rome
by Bill Kallenberg, 7 August 2023

A pair of in-state athletes - Srikar Polisetty (Alpharetta) and Cooper Johnson (Cumming) - took home titles in the Boys 18 and 16 divisions at the Level 4 Open played at the Rome Tennis Center. Andrea Chacon of Greensboro, N.C. and Andra Braicu (Stanford, Calif.) won the Girls 18 and 16 singles championships, respectively. These winners emerged from players hailing from 23 states as well as Puerto Rico. Photographer Bill Kallenberg shot the first day of this championship.

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Rome Level 2 Photos
Players from 26 states plus the District of Columbia converged on the 51-court tennis center in Rome, Ga., for one of thirty-three USTA Level 2s in mid-May. Jimin Jung (Cary, N.C.) and Capucine Jauffret (Wilmington, Del.) took home the boys and girls 18s singles titles, respectively. Check out action shots from the event ...

Atlanta ITF Photo Gallery
The Atlanta ITF played earlier this Fall featured finals that were All-American. In the boys' singles final, No. 4 seed Andrew Delgado (High Point, N.C.) defeated Tygen Goldammer (Estero, Fla.) 6-2, 6-1, while 12th-seeded Cleo Hutchinson (Santa Barbara, Calif.) defeated Kayla Chung (Philadelphia, Pa.) 6-4, 6-4 for the girls' title.

Images from Rome L4
The final Level 4 National of 2022 in North Georgia was played at the beautiful 50-court Rome complex in October. In-state athletes Walker Allen (Cumming) and William Luke (Athens) won singles titles in the Boys 18s and 16s, respectively. On the girls' side, Reese Sager (Waxhaw, N.C.) won the 18s championship, while Yenna Park (Okemos, Mich.) took the 16s.

Images from the Girls 18 and 16 Nationals
The USTA Billie Jean King Girls' 16 and 18 National Championships were held at the Barnes Tennis Center in early August. 4th seeded Eleana Yu (Mason, OH) won the 18s - along with a wild card into the main draw of the US Open Tennis Championships. 9th seeded Alyssa Ahn (San Diego, CA) won the 16s championship on her home courts. Photographer David Kenas was on site for the entire event.


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