Super Senior Application Information

From the USTA website today:https://www.usta.com/Adult-Tennis/USTA-Adult-Senior-Tournaments/seniorinternational/ SENIOR INTERNATIONAL Attention Super Senior Players: The USTA is aware of the travel warning posted by the U.S. State Department in regard to travel to […]

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Stanford, Parson Siegel and Shirai Medal at Young Seniors World Championships

Kateriina Stanford of Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida won a silver medal in Women’s 35 doubles and a bronze medal in Women’s 35 singles at the ITF Young Seniors World Individual […]

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USA Final Wrap and Medal Photos

After a long week on the court, the final results. For results from the entire week and photos:  http://seniortennisblog.com/itf-world-championships-young-seniors-seniors-super-seniors-2013-to-present/usa-young-seniors-world-championships/ Italia Cup, men’s 35s: They were seeded 5th and finished 7th. […]

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Saturday Update 11:10 AM EDT: Lenglen Cup Finishes 6th; Italia & Dubler Cup Tied & In 3rd Set of Doubles

Lenglen Cup fell in three sets in the deciding doubles to Spain to finish 6th; it was a long day and hard fought.  The Dubler Cup is into the deciding […]

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Saturday Morning: USA Wins Bronze in Young Cup!

The USA Young Cup team rebounded from its loss to France yesterday by beating Great Britain for the bronze in the Young Cup. Simona Bruetting and Debbie Spence-Nasim both won […]

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USA Young Cup Team Falls to France & Plays for Bronze Saturday; Court Cup Finishes Fourth

The only USA team in medal contention in the Young Seniors had a really tough match with France today. Simona Bruetting lost at #2 singles in straight sets but Debbie […]

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Thursday: USA Wins in Lenglen & Court Cups; Italy vs USA in Trabert Cup

Thursday was an off day for the USA Dubler (men’s 45), Italia (men’s 35) and Young (Women’s 40) Cups. The USA Lenglen Cup won both singles matches against Argentina. They […]

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Wednesday: 2nd Update; USA Advances into Medal Play in Young Cup

USA fell in the Men’s & Women’s 35,  & 45, (Men’s 40 lost on Monday); the Young Cup advanced to the medal round. All teams will continue playing this week. […]

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Wedneday Morning Update: USA Young Cup Team Wins

The bright spot of the day was the decisive win by the #4 seeded USA Young Cup team over #5 Canada today behind the singles play of Simona Bruetting and […]

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USA Goes 6/0 on Tuesday, Day 2 in Turkey

The USA won 3/0 in the Lenglen Cup today behind the singles play of Meredith Walton and Katerina Stanford (at #2); Gee Gee Garviin/Amanda Parson Siegel won the doubles. They […]

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Draws for Individual World Championships Now Posted

All Draws: http://itfseniors.tournamentsoftware.com/sport/draws.aspx?id=1C765B54-823D-446D-B2F0-8A9638EFB82A Please click on the links below to view the Draws and order of Play for the 2014 Super-Seniors World Individual Championships, Anyalya, Turkey. Mens Singles 60 Mens […]

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USA Plays for Gold in Five Cup and For Bronze in Three Cups on Saturday

The USA teams had a lot of success on Friday in Turkey. It was a picture perfect day for tennis, temperatures somewhere around 80 for a high and only the […]

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Live Scoring Available for ITF Super Senior World Championships

Follow the game by game results from your computer at home, or smart phone by clicking here; http://www.tennisticker.de/tournaments/scoreboard.html

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USA Advances to Elimination Rounds in Nine Cups on Wednesday; USA Men’s 75 Team Falls to Gr. Britain

USA advanced with less drama today in nine of the ten Cups today. The good news for Bob Quall, Bitsy Grant Cup team member, is that his suitcase and clothing […]

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USA Survives a Scare in the Doris Hart Cup, and Advances in Crawford, Godfree, Marble and Grant Cups; All USA Teams in Action Tuesday

USA swept the singles in the Crawford, Godfree, Marble and Grant Cups today. That was not the case in the Doris Hart Cup, women’s 80s. Jane Lutz won a hard […]

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