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Homecourt Advantage for Kudla, Tiafoe and Arconada on Monday   Three JTCC players will highlight opening day action at the Citi Open Tennis Tournament at the Rock Creek Park Tennis Center in Washington, DC on Monday.   “These players who all trained at JTCC...

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      The winning smiles of Wimbledon Girls’ Champions Claire Liu (L) and Usue Arconada (R) Following in the footsteps of fellow Americans Serena and Venus Williams, who won the Wimbledon Women’s Doubles on Saturday, JTCC’s Usue Arconada and her partner...

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JTCC alum named Yale women’s tennis head coach

NEW HAVEN, Conn. – Taka Bertrand, who spent the past two seasons as head coach at St. John's, has been named Swensen-McMahon Head Coach of Women's Tennis at Yale. Bertrand brings NCAA Tournament experience as both a coach (at the University of Chicago) and as a player...

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Wimbledon Second Round Review: Denis Kudla

For the second consecutive year, JTCC alum Denis Kudla was ousted in the second round of the Wimbledon Championships.  In a scant 88 minutes, Kei Nishikori, the No. 10 seed, downed the American in straight sets, 6-3, 6-2, 6-1. A point in the second set with Nishikori...

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Wimbledon Review: Denis Kudla

Earlier this morning, Denis Kudla defeated fellow qualifier Marsel Ilhan in a first round match in four sets, 7-6(3), 6-4, 4-6, 7-5. Kudla became the first American male to advance to the second round of the Wimbledon Championships.  Sam Querrey also notched a first...

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Wimbledon Primer: Denis Kudla

Junior Tennis Champions Center alum Denis Kudla will take on Marsel Ilhan (TUR) tomorrow on Court 8 at the Wimbledon Championships.  They are the first scheduled match with the opening serve set for 11:30 am (local time).  This will mark Kudla's second appearance at...

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JTCC alums finish college season strong

As college tennis heads into its own version of March Madness—64 teams in 11 days playing for the NCAA Championship—several JTCC alums are finishing the regular season on a high. Last year’s men’s champion, University of Virginia, features three JTCC alums: Justin...

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All ACES Podcast (Episode 2): Mitchell Frank

Junior Tennis Champions Center alum and University of Virginia junior Mitchell Frank called in to the All ACES podcast to discuss the controversial changes in the ITA scoring format.  Frank has been a vocal opposition leader as detailed in a recent article in The...

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Strong showing at Aussie Open for JTCC alum

Treat Huey, 2004 Junior Tennis Champions Center graduate, made it to the quarterfinals of the Australian Open with his partner, Dominic Inglot of England, before falling in a hard fought match 6-7 (3-7), 7-6 (8-6), 6-4 to American Eric Butorac and South African Raven...

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