Hard Court Championship Week
by Dallas Oliver, 15 August 2011
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The second week of August is always the most important week of the year in U.S. junior tennis.
The best American juniors traveled from across the country to Arkansas, California, Georgia, Michigan, and Texas to compete for gold balls at the USTA National Championships. National titles were awarded for both boys and girls in all four age divisions.
This week, the Tennis Recruiting Network features special coverage of all these tournaments with a special article series called Championship Week. Every day, TennisRecruiting.net will feature articles that celebrate the best of the best in American junior tennis.
Here is our planned coverage schedule:
Championship Week Series
Things get started this afternoon at 5pm Eastern / 2pm Pacific - with images from the Girls 14s and 12s Nationals.
We hope you enjoy our complete coverage schedule of Championship Week. Check in each day for coverage of the top boys and girls from across the country.
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