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August 4, 2015
If you are a Facility Coordinator, please forward this Junior League Alert! to all of your players and their parents.

The Official Standings are available in our schedule program so please use this to obtain both Playoff Schedules and Official Standings. This is the only place you can find official schedules and standings used in the playoffs.

Playoff Schedules and other General Information
CLICK HERE to go to the playoff information page on our website. We will be using five locations for this event, so pay close attention to which site(s) your matches are going to be played.
Thanks to our host sites: Colorado Athletic Club Inverness, Colorado Athletic Club Monaco, Pinehurst Country Club, Ken-Caryl Ranch House and Ken-Caryl Community Center.

Important Information
The schedule program contains links for each match site that will take you to our site detail page for that site. From there, you can get a map or driving directions to the site. Please allow enough travel time to arrive at your match site at least fifteen (15) minutes prior to your scheduled match time. Please note that we are utilizing two different Ken-Caryl locations (Ranch House and Community Center). Double check which location your matches are scheduled at.

is the abbreviation for the Ken-Caryl Ranch House
is the abbreviation for the Ken-Caryl Community Center

Nearly 700 matches need to be played over three days, so staying on schedule is extremely important. Full teams accompanied by a team parent or coach are required to report to the tournament desk at their specific site at least fifteen (15) minutes prior to their scheduled match time. USTA Colorado recommends arriving closer to 30 minutes prior to your match time. Lateness penalties, as described in USTA regulations, may be assessed by the site director and official. Matches are assigned to courts based on order in which line-up cards are submitted to the tournament desk; thus, teams that submit lineup cards early have the opportunity to get on court sooner. Matches may begin early if courts are available. Team matches will be played at, or very close to, the same time (all 3 lines going on at the same time). This means that all 4 players for each team will be playing unique lines and there will not be any doubling up (singles and doubles) as was allowed in the regular season.

A team match format, consisting of two singles positions and one doubles position will be used. The team winning the majority of the three individual matches (i.e. 2-1 or 3-0) will be awarded the win for that team match and will be given one (1) point in the standings. The number of games won will only be a factor in cases of ties of overall match results. Teams advance through the playoffs by winning the most team matches in their flight and subsequent semis and/or final.

In the event of a tie, the winner will be determined by:
1. Individual matches won (if necessary)
2. Fewest sets lost (if necessary)
3. Fewest games lost (if necessary)

Miscellaneous Notes:

If your team is playing at Colorado Athletic Club Monaco or Pinehurst Country Club, click below for specific site information:
Colorado Athletic Club Monaco - Site Information
Pinehurst Country Club - Site Information
  All matches on Sunday will be held at Colorado Athletic Club Inverness and Colorado Athletic Club Monaco.
  Please make sure players bring enough water and sunscreen.

Play KIND Sportsmanship Award
One boys' team and one girls' team will be recognized for their sportsmanship at this year's USTA Colorado Junior Team Tennis State Championships through the tournament's Play KIND Award sponsored by KIND. Each player on the winning teams will receive a prize package from KIND and will be featured in the upcoming issue of Colorado Tennis newspaper. Play KIND nomination forms will be available at all tournament sites.


Dan Lewis
USTA Colorado
Junior Leagues Director
303/695-4116 x207

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