2014 Tournament Dates: August 02-10
  • Helen Handelsman
    Timon Corwin selected to ITA Hall of Fame

    Photo By: Helen Handelsman
  • USTA Staff
    Collin Altamirano upsets Top seed Brymer

    Photo By: USTA Staff
  • USTA Staff
    The boys 16s final is set with two friends from Boca Raton, Fla., facing each other. Tommy Paul, the third seed, will face No. 4 Jake DeVine at 11:30 a.m. Sunday. In Saturday's semifinals, DeVine upset top seed Sameer Kumar, Carmel, Ind.., 6-0, 6-0. Paul defeated No. 2 Francis Tiafoe, College Park Md., 6-2, 6-4. In the photo, Tommy Paul returns a shot.

    Photo By: USTA Staff
  • USTA Staff
    After his match was stopped on Wednesday because of rain, Ernesto Escobedo, the fifth seed from West Covina, Calif., returned to sunny skies on Thursday to defeat No. 13 Henrik Wiersholm, Kirkland, Wash., 6-3, 6-3. Escobedo led 6-3, 4-1, on Wednesday when the mach was called, and advances to Friday's quarterfinals.

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  • John Walker
    Catalin Mateas

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  • Corwin selected to ITA Hall of Fame

    01 April, 2014 Source: Kalamazoo College Sports Information Office

    Former Kalamazoo College men's tennis coach and USTA Jr. Nationals Director Timon Corwin '86 is one of three coaches to be inducted into the Intercollegiate Tennis Association's (ITA) Hall of Fame on May 21 in Athens, Ga. Timon Corwin was an eight-time ITA All-American in singles and doubles while playing at Kalamazoo College. He led…[Read More]

  • Collin Altamirano Boys' 18 Champion

    11 August, 2013 Source: USTA Staff

    Collin Altamirano became the first unseeded player in the 71-year-history of the Nationals in Kalamazoo to win a singles title when he defeated No. 14 Jared Donaldson, 6-1, 6-2, 6-4, in the best of five boys 18s championship match Sunday. With the win, Altamirano, Yuba City, Calif., also earns a wild card into the main…[Read More]

  • Tommy Paul 16s Champion

    11 August, 2013 Source: USTA Staff

    Tommy Paul (3) and Jake DeVine (4) were roommates during the tournament, but they put that aside as they faced each other in the boys 16s championship match. Paul came out on top, winning 6-3, 6-1, along with the wild card into the U.S. Open juniors. It hasn’t quite sunk in yet, but “Wow. Getting…[Read More]

  • Oosterbaan/Schneider Win 18s Doubles

    10 August, 2013 Source: USTA Staff

    Bolstered by a large contingent of family and friends, Kalamazoo’s Paul Oosterbaan and partner Ronnie Schneider, Bloomington, Ind., won the boys 18s doubles championship and the wild card into the main doubles draw of the U.S. Open. Oosterbaan and Schneider, the No. 3 seeds, defeated No. 4 Henry Craig, Murrieta, Calif., and George Goldhoff, Germantown,…[Read More]

  • Altamirano upsets Brymer

    Source: USTA Staff

    For just the second time in tournament history, an unseeded player will compete in the boys 18s finals after non-seed Collin Altamirano, Yuba City, Calif., upset top seed Gage Brymer, Irvine, Calif., 6-0, 6-1, in Saturday’s semifinals. The only other unseeded player in the boys 18s finals was Cecil Mamiit, who lost to Paul Goldstein…[Read More]

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