DEADLINE Lost Creek Summer Junior Open (Jr)

August 16, 2019 @ 11:59 pm
Lost Creek Country Club
2612 Lost Creek Blvd Austin
TX 78746
ONLINE ENTRY FEE: $38.13 for singles; $23.00 for doubles. EVENT LIMIT: 1 singles and 1 doubles
Chad Loup


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 No Ranking Points or Progression
Non Qualified/Challenger: No Ranking Points
Champs: Level 2 “Other” Main Draw Ranking Points
Super Champs: Texas Tier 5 Points

All 10’s divisions will play best 2 out of 3 NO-AD sets to 4 games. 4-3 wins the set. A tiebreaker to 7 points, win by 2, will be played in lieu of the 3rd set.

All 12-18’s divisions will be 2 out of 3 sets, REGULAR SCORING, with a 10pt match tiebreak in lieu of the 3rd set.

Please arrive 30 minutes prior to start of your first match.


Youth Tennis Texas Website:
For more information on Challenger, CMZ, or SCMZ schedules, and “Junior Know The Rules,” please visit 
10 & Under – USTA Texas regulations mandate that all junior sanctioned tournaments offer 10 & Under Orange Ball Division (orange ball, 60 foot court and 25 inch racquet) and 10 & Under Green Ball Division (green ball, 78 foot court and 27 inch racquet). For the full 10 & under regulation, please visit our website, click on 10 & Under Tennis.
First-off Consolation – All Challengers and CMZs use the First Off Consolation Format. This format will show as Single Elimination on the tournament homepage, but all players are guaranteed two matches. This format eliminates “maybe matches” and almost every player in consolation will play their first consolation match on Saturday. How does it work? Players that lose in the main draw will be fed into the consolation draw in the order that they come off the court (i.e. the first player to come off the court will go on line one, the sixth player to come off the court will go on line six). This new format ensures more players playing on Saturday and an overall better tournament.
Excessive Overrule Guideline: The USTA Texas Officials Committee along with the Competitive Department has established a guideline in reference to excessive overrules as clarified in the Friend at Court. This guideline states “Once a player has been overruled for a second time in a match, they will be cautioned that after another overrule, they will be penalized for unsportsmanlike conduct under the point penalty system.”

In an effort to promote a more enjoyable and fair experience for all, the following policy is in immediate force and effect, and shall be diligently and stringently enforced. USTA Texas has implemented a “ZERO TOLERANCE” policy for improper behavior.1. Any attempt by a spectator to speak to the official in an abusive or disrespectful manner regarding a line call or other ruling during match play shall be cause for immediate removal from the playing area and, if warranted, from the premises.
2. Any spectator behavior deemed unacceptable towards a player, other spectator or staff member shall be cause for immediate removal from the playing area or the entire premises. If said behavior is directed towards a player, either before, during or after a tournament, it shall result in an automatic and immediate suspension of that spectator’s right to attend USTA Texas tournaments, for a period of time to be determined by the USTA Texas Discipline and Grievance Committee.
3. Refusal to adhere to a removal request shall trigger immediate enforcement of the point penalty system against the player with whom the spectator is involved (per point penalty system regulations), including possible immediate default from the tournament.4. The On-Site Official is the SOLE judge regarding unacceptable behavior. 

There are no refunds for withdrawals after the entry deadline or for weather related cancellations.

Inappropriate umpire/spectator communication, whether it be about a ruling or any other facet of a tennis event is prohibited while a match is in progress. Being a parent, coach, etc. does not endow special privileges. With the only exception of the right to remove their own child from competition at any time, a parent or coach is merely a spectator.
USTA Texas “No Late Entries” Policy for Juniors Due to a new USTA Texas internal procedure, junior division players will NOT be able to register for a tournament after the online published deadline. We are aware that currently parents reach out via email or phone to the USTA Texas staff and/or tournament director requesting to be manually added to the tournament after online registration has closed. If a player misses the registration deadline, then he/she will not be permitted to participate in that tournament
Registration Confirmation: As a parent or player it is your responsibility to assure registration in the event. Regardless if you register on the website or mobile app after completing the registration you should visit the USTA web driven site and confirm your registration by finding the player in the applicants list. If you select to skip this process please be aware that should any malfunctions of the system occur, players will not be granted late entrance in the event due to a system error.
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Player Selection Type

No Selection Process. All registered players will be selected.

Entry Type

Entry to this tournament is open to all USTA members. Entries must be submitted by Friday, August 16, 2019 11:59:00 PM Central Time. Only USTA members can register online if available.

Quick Reference

In the future, you can jump straight to this tournament by entering the tournament identification number: 800044019 from the searchable schedule homepage.

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