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Mobile, AL to Host 2003 National Junior Open

May 23, 2003 11:33 AM

Due to recent changes to the USTA’s National Journal Tournament Schedule, Mobile, AL has been named as a host city for the November Boys’ and Girls’ USTA 14 National Open Championship.

The event, which attracts the top 14 and under singles and junior players from throughout the country, will be played at the Mobile Tennis Center from November 27 through December 1. The tournament director will be Scott Novak. For entry information please visit www.usta.com.

Event Information:
USTA National Open Championship
B14 – 64 player singles draw, FIC, 32 team doubles draw
G14 – 64 player singles draw, FIC, 32 team doubles draw
Mobile Tennis Center
Scott Novak
851 Gaillard Drive
Mobile, AL 36608
251-342-7462 (Facility)
251-345-1863 (Fax)
novak49@comcast.net

Originally the BG14 National Open Championship was to be played at Florida State University in Tallahassee, FL.

USTA National Open Championships are held four times per year: February, May, June and November. At each of these times, four simultaneous 64-draw events are conducted. These events are located in different regions of the country.

 

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