Summer Circuit

2009 ITA Collegiate Summer Circuit: US Air Force Academy

Saturday, July 4, 2009   8:00 AM
to Monday, July 6, 2009   11:59 PM
US Air Force Academy Varsity Tennis Courts 2169 Field House Dr.
Colorado Springs , CO

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Brief Description:

Directions to the Air Force Tennis Courts 1. Follow 1-25, take the North Entrance onto the Air Force Academy 2. Follow North Gate Boulevard to the Parade Loop 3. Make a Left on Parade Loop to Field House Drive 4. Make Right onto Field House Drive 5. Park in Front of the Field House (Next to the Missile) 6. Building Across the Street (Next to the Outdoor Courts) is the Cadet Gym 7. Indoor Courts are Inside the Cadet Gym 8. Outdoor Courts are Next to the Cadet Gym


$55 includes singles and doubles

Online Reg. Closes:

July 1, 2009 11:59 PM 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:

All participants must check-in one hour before their scheduled match time.

Practice Courts:

Practice courts will be available from 9am-7pm on July 3rd.

Player Hospitality:

There will be a cookout for all participants at the courts on July 4th at 6:30pm. Players are encouraged to stay and watch the fireworks at the Air Force Academy. Fruit and gatorade will be provided throughout the event and lunch will be provided on one of the days.

On-Site Amenities:

There are locker rooms and shower facilities available. Racket stringing is also available on-site. Trainers will be present through out the event.

Tournament Director Info:

Kim Gidley,, 719-333-2489

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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