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2017 Southern Closed

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Following the Tennessee Jr Qualifier, one hundred twenty-six members of Team Tennessee were accepted into Southern Closed events across the Section in the cities of Tuscaloosa (AL), Cary (NC), Macon (GA), Little Rock (AR), and Mobile (AL).

In Tuscaloosa, Tennessee players claimed three out of four champion titles including Elizabeth Fauchet (Brentwood) in Girls 10U Singles, Joey Drouillard (Memphis) in Boys 10U Singles, and the tandem of Bodie Raidt (Brentwood) and Richard LaLance (Murfreesboro) in Boys 10U Doubles. Allie Faulkner (Knoxville) claimed a third place finish in the Girls 10U Singles division and Elizabeth Fauchet and Ava Sulcer (Brentwood) finished runners-up in the Girls 10U doubles to cap off a fantastic showing from Team Tennessee.

Team Tennessee had two top-three finishes in Cary, host of the Boys and Girls 12U divisions. Maeve Thornton (Knoxville) ran the field and lifted the first place trophy in the Girls’ 12s singles division while Jaxon Lamb (Greeneville) earned a well-deserved third place finish in the Boys’ 12s singles division. These were both exceptional results in USTA Southern’s flagship event.

The success did not end in Cary for Team Tennessee. Hamsa Javagal (Brentwood) and Walker Stearns (Germantown) both rounded off top-twelve finishes in the Boys and Girls 14s singles divisions in Macon along with Julia Adams (Knoxville) in the Girls 18s singles division in Mobile. Winslow Huth (Brentwood) capped a top-eight finish in the Girls 16s division in Little Rock

USTA Tennessee is extremely proud of all juniors who represented the Tri-Star state in their respective events. We wish our players who will continue on to play the National Championships this summer, along with all other juniors who will continue to compete this summer.
 

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