Gran Prix Information

 

 

Gran Prix Information

What: The Tour is comprised of eight Open Tournaments for non-qualified junior players.

Who: Any novice, Future Stars or Challenger level player is encouraged to register. “Champ” players may not participate unless within two weeks of qualification.

How: Players accumulate points earned in each tournament and are ranked by points in age divisions. The top eight players in each age division advance to the Junior Masters Invitational. Winners from the Junior Masters advance to Gran Prix State Championships.  Notes: Tournament play is intended for Saturday only but may start Friday evening if registrant numbers dictate. Sunday is considered a rain date.

Format:  12s – 18s  will play an 8-game pro-set with no-ad scoring, 12-point tie-break at 7-7.  Consolation for first match lost.

10 & Under Green BallTwo sets to 4 games, no ad scoring. Sudden death at 3-3. 12 point tie-break at one set each. Consolation first match lost.

10 & Under Orange BallTwo sets to 4 games, no ad scoring. Sudden death at 3-3, 12 point tie-break at one set each. Consolation first match lost.

Point Chart:

 Champion: 32 points

Finalist: 16 points

Semi-finalist: 8 points

Quarter-finalist: 4 points

Round of 16: 2 points

Consolation: 1pt per round won

Participation: 1 point

 

In order to participate, a player must NOT be qualified or a “Champ” must not reside in area where USPTA Gran Prix is provided.

If a player ages up during Junior Tour, their points do NOT follow them to next age division.

Questions? Contact

Connor Bond at 512-443-1342

or [email protected]

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