Summer Circuit

2009 ITA Collegiate Summer Circuit: Indiana University

Saturday, July 25, 2009   8:00 AM
to Tuesday, July 28, 2009   11:59 PM
IU Outdoor Varsity Tennis Center (North of Assembly Hall/Basketball Arena) 1833 North Fee Lane
Bloomington , IN

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$55 includes singles and doubles

Online Reg. Closes:

July 20, 2009 07:00 AM Pacific Time

Tournament Info:

A 10-point match tie-breaker will be played in place of a third set in singles; 8-game pro sets in doubles, collegiate no-let rule used in men's tournament.

Player Check-In:

Check-in will be July 24th from 3-6pm in the Assembly Hall North Lobby. Across from Indoor Tennis Center & Outdoor Courts

Practice Courts:

Practice courts (10 courts) will be available all day July 24th on a first come first serve basis.

Schedule of Play:

Matches will start at 8am on July 25th.

Pizza Social:

A pizza social will be held for all participants on July 25th.


Hampton Inn, (812) 334-2100, Address - 2100 N. Walnut Street, Bloomington, IN 47404. Rate of $79.00 per night. Hot Breakfast is included. ASK FOR GROUP CODE - IU TENNIS REGIONAL. Reservations must be rec'd by 7/14/09. Approx. 1.5 miles to the tennis courts.

Tournament Director:

Ramiro Azcui, 812-855-4801 or email at Also, please feel free to contact, Lorie Canada, Admin. Asst, during office hours, 8am-5pm, 812-855-8261,


Tuesday, July 28 will be the rain make-up day, if needed. No mixed doubles competition.

Event Description:

The ITA Summer Circuit presented by the USTA is the brainchild of Indiana head women's tennis coach Lin Loring and provides college (and junior) players the opportunity to compete in organized events virtually year round. It is made up of seven regional circuits (East, Southeast, Midwest, Central, (new) Mountain, Southwest and West) and each region consists of four consecutive open tournaments played during the month of July, leading up to the August 8-12 ITA National Summer Championships presented by the USTA in Bloomington, Indiana. Over 22,000 men and women have competed in circuit events since it began in 1993.

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