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Old 11-29-2012, 12:09 AM   #421
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I just realized that Matt and Andrew Fenty are twins They are the sons of Andrian Fenty (Washington D.C.’s former mayor)
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A lot of the guys will play the Orange Bowl 16s: http://assets.usta.com/assets/1/15/B...tance_List.pdf
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Henrik lost


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Francis and Sasha(1996) keep going
Connor "Agassi" Jr will play the No.6 seed Jay Clark (GBR) next. Clark beat Francis at the WJT earlier, so it should be a good test for him.
Gianni (1999) and Patrick (1999) will play each other next well at least one will get to the quarterfinal. I think Gianni will win (almost a year older and a lot bigger).
2000 kids: Fenty, mini Kozlov & Bellamy still alive
Francis will play No.1 seed Kang next. Another 3-set win for Sasha
Connor won and will play Gianni (def. Patrick 6-3 6-7(9)7-5 )
Other notables that are still alive in the 14s: Evan Zhu and Mwendwa Mbithi
Andrew and Boris
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Old 11-30-2012, 08:43 PM   #424
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Boys 12 - Quarterfinals
(1) Yshai Oliel (ISR) d. (9) Andrew Fenty (USA) 6-3 6-0
Nikolay Vylegzhanin (RUS) d. (6) Keenan A. Mayo (USA) 5-7 6-4 6-4
Alen Avidzba (RUS) d. Jenson Brooksby (USA) 6-0 6-3
(16) Rudolf Molleker (GER) d. (10) Boris Kozlov (USA) 6-7(7) 6-2 6-4

Boys 14 - Quarterfinals
(1) Orlando Luz (BRA) d. (9) Mwendwa W. Mbithi (USA) 6-3 6-3
(3) Chanyeong Oh (KOR) d. Liam J. Caruana (USA) 6-1 6-1
(4) Evan H. Zhu (USA) d. Chengze Lu (CHN) 6-2 6-1
(13) Gianni Ross (USA) d. (12) Connor Hance (USA) 2-6 7-6(2) 6-4

Boys 16 - Quarterfinals
(1) Ku Keon Kang (KOR) d. (8) Francis Tiafoe (USA) 6-3 6-1
Walker Duncan (USA) d. (3) Carter Lin (USA) 7-6(5) 2-6 6-4
Soon Woo Kwon (KOR) d. (7) Nicholas Alvarez (PER) 7-6(3) 6-4
(2) Jordi Arconada (ARG) d. Alexandru Gozun (USA) 7-6(4) 7-5

to everybody that lost. Gianni vs Zhu should be interesting, Evan is cruising at the moment.
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Old 11-30-2012, 09:31 PM   #425
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Kypson is not the No.2 seed. He was the one who defeated the No.2 seed Mikael Yemer 64 75.

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IMG Academy student-athlete Gianni Ross, a native of Chicago, is having a brilliant run the Boys’ 14s Division of the 2012 Eddie Herr International Junior Championships. Today, Ross scored a major victory by defeating Connor Hance, the 12-seed out of California, in three sets, 2-6, 7-6(2), 6-4. Hance came to Florida with two USTA tournament wins in 2012 under his belt, and a 35-9 overall singles record on the year.

To get to the semis, the No. 13 seed Ross had to overcome No. 2 seed Patrick Kypson of North Carolina on Thursday. Ross stunned Kypson in straight sets, 6-4, 7-5. Heading into the match, Kypson was ranked as the No. 2 player nationally for his class according to TennisRecruiting.net, and entered the Eddie Herr with a 20-8 overall singles record in 2012.

Ross, who won the Nick Bollettieri Discovery Open Boys’ 13s in June, will have another challenging match tomorrow when he faces Evan Zhu, the No. 4 seed. Zhu easily defeated China’s Chengze Lu in straight sets earlier today to advance to the semis, 6-2, 6-1.
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Old 12-01-2012, 01:07 AM   #426
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Did Henrik skip a grade?

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According to Coretennis, Gianni and Connor are a combined 0-6 against Taylor


Taylor Fritz d. Gianni Ross 61 63
Taylor Fritz d. Gianni Ross 62 61

Taylor Fritz d. Connor Hance 60 62
Taylor Fritz d. Connor Hance 61 62
Taylor Fritz d. Connor Hance 62 63
Taylor Fritz d. Connor Hance 61 63


Other interesting match-ups

Gianni Ross d. Connor Hance 26 76(2) 64
Connor Hance d. Gianni Ross 62 64
Gianni Ross d. Connor Hance 64 62
Connor Hance d. Gianni Ross 46 62 108

Patrick Kypson d. Connor Hance 75 61
Connor Hance d. Patrick Kypson 62 61

Gianni Ross d. Patrick Kypson 63 67(9) 75
Gianni Ross d. Patrick Kypson 76(4) 62
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Maybe Taylor is 6'1 and not 6'5 as indicated in the other article

Rancho Santa Fe’s Taylor Fritz sweeps U.S.T.A Boys 14 National Tennis Championships



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Fritz won his third overall top prize by sweeping the singles and doubles title at the U.S.T.A Boys 14 National Tennis Championships held Aug. 5-10 at San Antonio’s McFarlin Tennis Center.

The third seeded Fritz defeated No. 10 Gianni Ross of Burr Ridge, Ill., 6-1, 6-3 in the singles final. The day before, Fritz and his doubles partner Anudeep Kodali of Durham, N.C, the No. 1 seeds, dispatched the No. 3 team of Lane Leschly( Atherton, Calif.) and Mwendwa Mbithi ( Succasunna, N.J.) 6-0, 6-1 in the championship match.

Fritz’s accomplishment marked the second straight year a player swept the singles and doubles championships at the event hosted by the San Antonio Tennis Association. Fritz is currently ranked No. 1 in the United States.

“When you get into nationals, and the final rounds, everybody is good enough to beat everybody else,” said Fritz , who will enter Torrey Pines High School in September. “It all comes down to how someone plays against you. It’s all the best players in the United States here. When I got out there in the final rounds, I concentrated really well and played my game. I played well enough to beat some really great players.”

Taylor Fritz on the courts

The 6-foot-1 Fritz has some great “tennis genes” in him. His dad, Guy Fritz, a former pro player, accompanied him to Texas. His mom, Kathy May Fritz, a 2011 Southern California Tennis Association Hall of Fame inductee (with Billie Jean King, Dick Leach, and others), was once ranked No. 8 on the women’s pro tour in the late 1970s. She also has collected an enormous number of USTA gold balls!

The first gold ball for the younger Fritz was garnered in July at the USTA Clay Courts at Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., as he and Billy Rowe (Coronado, Calif.) bested his future first-time partner, Kodali, and Jonathan Small (Midland, Mich.) in the doubles championship.

“We had good strategies,” said Kodali about their performance in the San Antonio tournament. “Taylor would fill me in about how the other players were going to play. We both have strong serves and solid ground strokes.”

The Nationals singles final was a rematch, as Fritz had beaten Ross in straight sets at the Clay Courts round of 16. In the championships at McFarlin, Fritz, who advanced to last year’s third round, utilized a long, looping forehand, along with a strong serve, to power him in the victory over Ross. The two competitors each broke the other’s serve in five of the first six games of the second set. Fritz’s handcuffing serve, in a love game, gave him a 3-2 advantage. Ross was broken during the next game, which went to deuce several times. Key lobs by Fritz were instrumental in his holding service at 5-2, but Ross closed to 3-5 with a shot on the line. In the final game, Fritz’s weaponry included two aces in his championship wrap-up.

“ I think my forehand is a very big factor in my matches,” Fritz said, “because it’s my biggest shot, usually I’ll lose matches if my forehand is off. Today (in the final), on some really big points, I was able to run around and hit some hard forehand winners. In the second set, he started putting pressure on my second serve. There were some close games, and it could have gone either way.”

Ross battled hard, however, and was effective with two- fisted backhands and hard volleys.

“I think I have pretty decent volleys,” Ross said. “I am more of singles volleyer than a doubles volleyer, because I like to close in and get really close to the net. But he got to some of my volleys, and they landed over my head. He had a bigger shot occasionally to hit a winner off me.”

In the semifinals, Fritz’s strong serve and baseline winners prevailed in a 6-1, 6-2 win over No. 8 seed Connor Hance of Torrance, Calif. Fritz yielded only two points of the first five games of the second set in the match with Hance, an upset quarter finals winner (6-3, 6-4) over second-seeded Evan Zhu of Greenbelt, Md. Zhu had emerged as the singles champion of the Clay Courts.
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As in "o monstro"? Awesome nickname. And fitting too... he's only lost 5 times the entire year so far, has made two ITF finals (a G3 and G4) and has yet to lose in 14U competition, winning at least 5 titles.
They call him monster because he beats his opponents with amazing scores like 6-0 6-1.
But hes the best south american player u-14 so thats normal for him.
Hes also the mascot of a brazilian tennis community in facebook.
He played Tiafoe this year but lost 4-6 4-6 in the nations cup.
Next year will be tough for him in the 16's but I think he has the tools to keep progressing and become a top jr in the future.
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They call him monster because he beats his opponents with amazing scores like 6-0 6-1.
But hes the best south american player u-14 so thats normal for him.
Hes also the mascot of a brazilian tennis community in facebook.
He played Tiafoe this year but lost 4-6 4-6 in the nations cup.
Next year will be tough for him in the 16's but I think he has the tools to keep progressing and become a top jr in the future.
Hopefully I can watch him tomorrow if I can figure out which court he is on
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Saw him play Miwibi Mwioenbaifvoshnvsadznfsdn (whatever that kid's name is) yesterday. Orlando seems taller and more built than most his age, which definitely translates to his game. I only watched for a little bit but I could easily see why he's been so dominant in most matches he plays. He has a big serve for 14, and could place it well. At one point he hit a massive untouched second serve winner that was a kick out wide. My jaw dropped at how high level it was. His groundstrokes were also very nice. Powerful but with plenty of spin. His best forehands would consistently seem like they're going out but would drop in at the last second because of the nice topspin he gets on it (Guessing clay is his favorite surface? lol).

I'm already convinced...he'll go far!
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Morning folks, so Kang and Duncan on stadium court.

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Evan won 63 61 over Gianni Didn't see much but from what I saw, a lot of errors. Gianni needs to work on his serve (maybe tired from the 3-setters). His backhand seemed decent and I like that he was not afraid to go to the net. Kinda lacks power at the moment which is understandable for a 13 years old. I think the winner of Luz/Oh will take the title.
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Luz reminds me of Rhyne Williams especially with the dropshots
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