Daniel Rubio - Director of Tennis / Head Pro
Challenger 10s tournaments are entry-level tournaments that count towards USTA Texas Youth Progression, issuing both virtual stars and trophies. These tournaments are run in conjunction with Challenger 2-Day (12s-18s) tournaments.
Challenger tournaments (previously known as Zonal Area Tournaments) are the first level of competitive tournaments that count towards a USTA Texas Ranking. For 12s-18s divisions, players ages 11-18 are eligible to compete. Challenger-level players will no longer have a limit on the number of Challenger tournaments they can play each month.
The Championship Division (Champs) is the second highest level of USTA Texas junior tennis, and it is for players who have qualified from the Challenger level. Newly qualified Champ players are eligible to play in Championship Major Zones (CMZs) tournament in the month following their qualification from the Challenger level. CMZs also provide Champ players an opportunity to earn qualifying points that contribute towards their promotion to the Super Championship level (Supers).
The Super Championship (Super Champ) division is the highest level of junior play in Texas. It is for players who have qualified from the Championship (Champs) division. Newly qualified Super Champ players are eligible enter their first Super Champ Major Zone (SCMZ) tournament in the month following their qualification from Champs.
The SA Junior Tennis Circuit is a season-based series of singles and doubles tournaments. These tournaments provide an ideal in organized, level-separated competition for junior tennis players.
Junior Team Tennis (JTT) is a program that provides organized match play in a team setting. Through singles, doubles and mixed doubles formats, team competition helps kids develop a sense of individual contribution within a group.