Summer Circuit

2009 ITA Collegiate Summer Circuit: University of Michigan

Saturday, July 18, 2009   8:00 AM
to Monday, July 20, 2009   11:59 PM
University of Michigan 2250 S. State St.
Ann Arbor , MI

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$55 includes singles and doubles

Online Reg. Closes:

July 16, 2009 11:59 PM Pacific Time

Player Check-In:

Players must check-in between 2:30-4pm on Friday, July 17th. Players may do so in person at the Varsity Tennis Center, or by phone at 734-904-9277 or 734-417-6327.

Practice Courts:

Practice courts will be available at the Varsity Tennis Center on Friday, July 17th on a first come, first serve basis.

Player Hospitality:

Pizza will be served on Saturday evening. Fruit and granola bars will be provided each morning and water will be on each court during play.

Racket Stringing:

Cayman Sports will provide racket stringing and rackets should be dropped off and picked up at the tournament desk. Cost will be $15 per racket if you provide your own string.

Schedule of Play:

Saturday, July 18th: Main Draw Singles (Rd of 64 and 32) Consolation Singles (Rd of 32) Main Draw Doubles (Rd of 32) Sunday, July 19th: Main Draw and Consolation Singles (Rd of 16 and Quarterfinals) Main Draw and Consolation Doubles (Rd of 16 and Quarterfinals) Monday, July 20th: Main Draw and Consolation Singles (Semis and Finals) Main Draw and Consolation Doubles (Semis and Finals) Tuesday, July 21st: Rain Day *if needed, schedule may be modified depending on draw size.


Option #1-Sheraton Four Points, 3200 Boardwalk, Ann Arbor, MI 48109. Direct: 734-996-0600, $92/night Please make reservations early as there is an Arts Festival this weekend and hotel rooms are limited. Option #2-Holiday Inn Hotel and Suites, 3155 Boardwalk Drive, Ann Arbor, MI 48108. 734-757-9200 $109/night. Room block under ITA Summer Circuit Please make reservations early as there is an Arts Festival this weekend and hotel rooms are limited.

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.

tournament director Info:

Ronni Bernstein,, 734-615-9456

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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