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Southern Ozaki Junior Cup

The Southern Ozaki Junior Cup, formerly the Junior Davis/Fed Cup, was created to give juniors the opportunity to experience the thrill and camaraderie of tennis as a team sport. The name "Ozaki" was added to the title in 2019 to commemorate the recently retired Bill Ozaki, who served as the USTA Southern Director of Player Development & Programs for nearly 30 years.



Girls' and Boys' 12s and 14s teams will be playing on the same weekend - September 11-13 - and they will be playing on their state teams (no waterfall). Tournament ID: 700148520

Girls' and Boys' 16s and 18s teams will be playing together on the follwoing weekend - September 18-20 - and will continue to play on their state teams. Tournament ID: 700115420.

Tournament headquarters for both events
Champions Club
3400 Lupton Drive
Lupton, TN 37351

Secondary site (for some years)
Baylor School tennis courts

Contact: Maria Cercone
770-368-8200 (office)
770-368-9091 (fax)


Boys' and Girls' 14-18s USTA Southern Junior Cup
ID# 700115319
September 13-15

Georgia is back on top. The Peach State edged South Carolina 14-13 to win the cup and take the top spot in the Gold Division. Georgia also defeated North Carolina 19-8.

Georgia won the Southern Ozaki Junior Cup presented by Icy Hot for its first 25 years. The phenomenal run was ended by South Carolina in 2018, which defeated Georgia 16-11.

Here is the final standings:


  1. Georgia
  2. South Carolina
  3. North Carolina


  1. Tennessee
  2. Kentucky
  3. Alabama


  1. Louisiana
  2. Mississippi
  3. Arkansas


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