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August 5 – 14

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Doubles Registration

Teams who have previously registered for the
Doubles Championships on line MUST RECONFIRM their partnership during
the Doubles Registration period.
The Doubles Registration desk will keep a list of players without partners,
however each player is responsible for finding his own doubles partner.
The doubles draw officials will do no pairing of players.
Teams entering doubles are categorized in three priorities:
Priority 1: A team consisting of players who are in the Singles tournament;
Priority 2: A team consisting of 1 player in Singles and 1 not in Singles;
Priority 3: A team consisting of 2 players not in Singles. Priority 1 teams are guaranteed in the Doubles Draw; Priority 3, from past experience, have little chance of getting in the Draw.
Deadline for 18 Doubles entries is Thursday, August 4 at 4:00pm EDT
Deadline for 16 Doubles entries is Friday, August 5 at 4:00pm EDT

Players - Text us a Selfie

TEXT a SELFIE to 269-815-8817

This year each player may TEXT a "selfie" prior to the tournament to be used for their Nationals badge.
1) Must be an ACTUAL SIZE Head and Shoulders shot (not a reduced size such as small, medium or large)
2) Photo must be of ONLY THE PLAYER
4) We will crop photo to a head shot, but the entire photo will be on the website
5) Photo* must be approved by the Jr. Nationals Photo Chairman
* Tournament Photographer will take your photo during Registration if your selfie is unusable or you're unable to send a selfie.


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