2015 New Balance High School Tennis Championship

New Balance, an official partner of the GHSA Boys & Girls Tennis Championships, is hosting the New Balance High School Tennis Championship July 20-23, 2015 at Harvard University in Boston, Massachusetts, now in its second year. The draw sizes will include 64 boys and 64 girls from across the country. The registration deadline is June 18th.

Any player who has competed in interscholastic high school tennis during the 2014-15 academic school year is eligible to register for this terrific tennis event. The primary selection criteria will be based on the most readily available and effective ratings system, as well as a fair geographic distribution among states – as determined by the NBHSTC tournament committee.  Players can find out more about this incredible event by visiting www.nbtennisnationalchampionship.com and registering at http://tennislink.usta.com/Tournaments/TournamentHome/Tournament.aspx?T=165646

 New Balance and the United State Tennis Association (USTA) are committed to making this event as memorable as possible for all participants.  Champions of the New Balance High School Tennis Championship, presented by USTA will be awarded WILDCARDS into the ITF International Hard Court Championship, August 24th-30th, in College Park, Maryland.

Please encourage your interested tennis players to sign up as early as possible!

We are very excited to have New Balance’s support of interscholastic tennis.  Please do us the favor of passing this information along to your promising tennis players.  

Thank you,
Bruce Schilling
General Manager, Tennis
New Balance
This event is approved by NFHS & GHSA By-Law 2.62 (4):  Unattached Competitor: Individual athletes may participate in non-GHSA events in the sports of Cross Country, Golf, Gymnastics, Riflery, Swimming, Tennis, Track and Wrestling as long as they do not represent their school, do not wear the school uniform, and are not coached at the event, or transported to the event, by their high school coach. “House teams” made up of wrestlers from various schools competing in a GHSA event are not considered to be unattached competitors and are illegal.
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