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Tournament Update (July 17, 2023): You can view uploaded scores on the GLTA website.

Open Singles: Preston Sneed (Atlanta)
Open Singles Consolation: Matthew Wong (Philadelphia)
Open Doubles: Preston Sneed (Atlanta) & Jarrett Basedow (Philadelphia)
A Singles: Jarrett Basedow (Philadelphia)
A Doubles: Dan Cohen (Philadelphia) & Matthew Wong (Philadelphia)
B Singles: John Dey (Washington, DC)
B Consolation Singles: Bartley Mullin (Des Moines)
B Doubles: Anh Nguyen (Kansas City) & Alex Rogers (Kansas City)
C Singles: Alex Rogers (Kansas City)
C Consolation Singles: Frankie Hoban (Philadelphia)
C Doubles: Frankie Hoban (Philadelphia) & Cody Solar (Philadelphia)
D Singles: Dipendra Shrestha (Raleigh)
D Consolation: Aditya Prakash Hemdev (Washington, DC)

Format: Two-day tournament
  • Single Elimination Tournament for Singles and Doubles, with Singles Consolation.

  • Saturday and Sunday: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. (tentative)

  • Players will have matches at any time during the two days. Match times will be announced prior to each day of the tournament.

Rules: The tournament will be played according to USTA rules, unless superseded by GLTA rules. This includes USTA's 15-minute default time. Warm-up time will be limited to 5 minutes. Main draw matches will be best-two-of-three sets with a 10-point super tie break in place of the third set. Consolation matches will be an 8-game pro set. The consolation finals will be in the same format as the main draw matches.

Venue Location: Penn Tennis Center, 240 S 31st St. Philadelphia, PA 19104


Please note: All information below including but not limited to tournament structure and rule books is subject to change at the discretion of the tournament's leadership. Captains will be expected to be the primary points of contact for their players. If you have questions or concerns, please contact the sports managers for your individual sports. Player conduct and game integrity is a core component of providing a positive experience for all. The tournament's leadership will have the express right to remove or ban a player without refund for violations of our player conduct policy.

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