Competitive play is an important part of your Junior player’s progress. We recommend weekly tournament and/or match play and we provide Junior Team Tennis and Junior Interclub dates throughout the year.
**NEW** Compass Draw Game Time: Unsanctioned. No USTA fee required!
Compass Draw Game Time is a great way to get young tennis players that extra match experience & a chance to practice skills they are learning in the clinic program.
Our first Compass Draw Game Time is scheduled for Sat December 16 – Sun, December 17. Check the Fall Activity Book or email us for details at email@example.com.
Kid ‘N Keeper Tournament – Saturday January 20, 2018 5:00pm – 8:00pm
This family event gives Junior Players who attend Camargo’s Tennis Development Program the chance to bring their favorite “keeper” (parent, sibling, friend, other relative, or teaching pro) out to play against other teams. Teams are divided into flights according to ability. The round robin format allows for plenty of tennis in a relaxed, informal setting.
The Kid ’N Keeper Tournament is an excellent way to introduce your developmental Junior Player to competitive tennis and push your advanced junior with heated matches.
USTA Sanctioned Tournaments (Hosted by Camargo Racquet Club)
Camargo Junior Open
Camargo Racquet Club will host USTA sanctioned Junior tournaments on the following dates. Player registration may be done on-line via www.usta.com with current USTA membership.
Deadline for registration is midnight the Sunday before the start date of the tournament.
2017 Fall Dates
|September 8-10||Challenger Girls & Boys 10's singles 78' green ball
Challenger Boys 12's - 18's & Girls 12's singles 78' yellow ball
|October 13-15||Challenger Girls & Boys 10's singles 78' green ball
Challenger Boys 12's - 18's singles & Girls 12's-14 78' yellow ball
|November 3-5||Challenger Boys & Girls 16's-18 singles 78' yellow ball|
|November 10-12||Challenger Boys & Girls 10's singles 78' green ball
Challenger Boys & Girls 12-14 singles 78' yellow ball
Junior Walk-On Policy Update
The 30-Minute Rule
Jr. Walk-ons are guaranteed a court for 1/2 hour (30 min). After 30 minutes, the court may be sold to a paying player (booked court, lesson, etc.). Jr. Walk-on’s do not have to stop after 30 minutes, but the court is “sell-able” after 30 minutes. If no one wants the court, they may continue playing. Jr. Walk-on has the court for a minimum of 1.5 hrs before they can be replaced by another Jr. Walk-on. At that time, the 30-Minute rule goes into effect for the 2nd round of Jr. Walk-on players.