USTA SOCAL JUNIOR

RANKINGS & RATINGS

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Player rankings are compiled in various categories, ranging from local Southern California ranking to National standing and Universal Tennis Rating. While rankings indicate player growth and competitive achievement, rankings are also used to qualify for local and national tournaments, including the USTA Southern California Final 8 Junior Masters.

Southern California Rankings

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Earning a Ranking

Southern California players who have won at least one match in their age division will appear on the weekly USTA Standings list. Note that Level 7 tournaments do not generate rankings.

Compiling Ranking Points

Players who win at least one match in a tournament will earn points based on their finish (round) in the tournament. Note that byes do not count as wins, but defaults/withdrawals/walkovers will count towards ranking points.

Weight of Tournament Points

Points are based on the level of tournament, with Level 1 events earning the most points. 

Tournament Player Defaults

Players will be defaulted from a tournament draw due to absence, misconduct, discipline, refusal to play, and similar circumstances. In this instance, all ranking points from that tournament will be forfeited.

Online Ranking Updates

The standings list is generally updated every Wednesday. Remember, points are tabulated on a 52 week rolling system, so a tournament played more than 53 weeks prior will drop off the player’s record.

Matches Relevant to Ranking

Only a player’s top eight results are counted towards their ranking. 

Structure Changes Coming in 2021

The USTA will make some exciting changes beginning in January. The new structure will utilize a universal ranking system that will distribute points consistently across the country. This nationwide system will provide consistent tournament levels and standardized tournament operations for all events—regardless of location—replacing a current system that is greatly dependent upon the region. The new system will allow Southern California players to more easily compete across sections, as the levels will be standardized with an increased number of open events, providing even more playing opportunities for junior players.

Final 8 Qualification Rankings

The culminating event in junior singles competition is the Final 8 Junior Masters Championship, featuring the top ranked players in the section based on finishes in Southern California’s most essential junior tournaments throughout the year. In age divisions 12/14/16/18, eight boys and eight girls play a round robin format to reach the grand finale and earn the coveted trophy. The Final 8 returns November 14-15, 2020 in Malibu.

 

QUALIFICATION TOURNAMENTS INCLUDE:

  • Henry Talbert Level 1 (Jan)
  • Fullerton Level 2 (Jan)
  • Long Beach Level 3 (Feb)
  • Harper Ink Level 3 (Sep)
  • Los Caballeros Level 3 (Sep)
  • Woody Hunt Level 2 (Oct)
  • JP Yamasaki Level 2 (Oct)
  • SoCal Junior Sectionals (TBD)

CURRENT FINAL 8 QUALIFICATION STANDINGS

2020 FINAL 8 QUALIFICATION STANDINGS FOR APRIL 1

Boys 18s

  1. Noah Zamora1600
  2. Sebastian Gorzny1160
  3. Timothy Li1035
  4. Ali Amiri800
  5. Masato Perera790
  6. Gianluca Brunkow735
  7. Cory Pham680
  8. Phillip Otero610
  9. Conrad Brown600
  10. Yuvraj Narang590
  11. Griffin Daehnke550
  12. Lawee Sherif530

Girls 18s

  1. Natalie Duffy1260
  2. Erica Ekstrand1150
  3. Jenna Sabile1035
  4. Maxine Murphy1000
  5. Kaila Barksdale940
  6. Jordyn McBride800
  7. Madelyn Ferreros610
  8. Katie Codd600
  9. Kaia Wolfe600
  10. Arianna Audelo570
  11. Shaye Longwell 550
  12. Amanda Letzring495

Boys 16s

  1. Bryce Nakashima1270
  2. Alex Michelsen1170
  3. AJ Moore1120
  4. Sam Landau1000
  5. Marcus Sebastian1000
  6. Conrad Brown950
  7. Yihao Huai850
  8. Andy Nguyen835
  9. Hudson Rivera800
  10. Chase Thompson720
  11. Dylan Charlap650
  12. Lucas Coriaty640

Girls 16s

  1. Emma Sun1290
  2. Maya Urata1290
  3. Mika Ikemori1150
  4. Emily Deming870
  5. Fiona Lee835
  6. Amani Shah780
  7. Jane Lee780
  8. Polina Jorniak750
  9. Amanda Perez710
  10. Quin Brady650
  11. Eliana Hanna590
  12. Essence Wang570

Boys 14s

  1. Mason Bui1600
  2. Jagger Leach1400
  3. Tyler Li1290
  4. Mario Garcia1185
  5. Avery Tallakson780
  6. Parashar Bharadwaj710
  7. Derek Shiffer700
  8. Kaveh Brian Taheri670
  9. Cayden Wang650
  10. Cassius Chinlund590
  11. James Krantz590
  12. Drew Hayduke530

Girls 14s

  1. Elena Zhao1960
  2. Rachel Lee1500
  3. Emily Deming1000
  4. Jessica MacCallum990
  5. Maren Urata940
  6. Isabella Bringas840
  7. Alyssa Ahn720
  8. Sophia Webster660
  9. Bianca Molnar650
  10. Ayanna Shah630
  11. Tianmei Wang630
  12. Julianne Nguyen590

Boys 12s

  1. Keaton Hance1600
  2. Ford McCollum1000
  3. Kristian Sharma840
  4. Justin Riley Anson830
  5. Landon Lee780
  6. Liam Alvarez725
  7. Nischal Spurling710
  8. Adrien Abarca700
  9. Rishvanth Krishna650
  10. Chase Kelley605
  11. Gabriel Jessup600
  12. Ethan John590

Girls 12s

  1. Julieta Pareja1800
  2. Kenzie Nguyen1250
  3. Julianna Galindo1150
  4. Reagan Levine960
  5. Shifali Dinesh780
  6. Maria Aytoyan780
  7. Ashley Liang780
  8. Monika Ekstrand720
  9. N Sayuri Parandian710
  10. Kendra Tomala670
  11. Nicole Gorbacheva630
  12. Ani Vanetsyan600

Bryan Bros Doubles Race Rankings

USTA Southern California has partnered with the most successful doubles team of all time – our very own Bob and Mike Bryan – to create the Bryan Bros. Doubles Race and bring awareness and attention to junior doubles play. 

 

Points are accrued at all Level 1 thru 6 Southern California Boys’ and Girls’ doubles events throughout the calendar year, with top point earners crowned winners in each age division at year’s end. Those who finish the year at the top of the standings will have their names engraved on the Bryan Bros. perpetual trophy and have the chance to meet the brothers at a culminating event. 

 

Remember that this is a Doubles Race! Points are compiled based on the team unit, so the best way to finish ahead of the pack is to find a solid partner and commit to doubles competition throughout the year. Those who play with multiple partners during the calendar year may earn a lot of points, but those points will be divided by each partnership. 

 

CURRENT STANDINGS

2020 BRYAN BROS STANDINGS FOR APRIL 1

Boys 18s

  1. Gianluca Brunkow & Noah Zamora800
  2. Dominique Rolland & Sebastian Gorzny600
  3. Michael Fourticq & Phillip Otero600
  4. Russell Soohoo & Alex Michelsen450
  5. Alexander Stafford & Tejas Gupta260
  6. Gabriel Chavez & Luca Lovrich260
  7. Owen Kolbrenner & Avi Carson200
  8. Derek Wong & Matthew Lanahan200
  9. David Ni & Matteo Shafer160
  10. Hayden Rand & Conrad Brown125

Girls 18s

  1. Arianna Audelo & Kaytlin Taylor800
  2. Samantha Guillory & Samara Guillory610
  3. Maxine Murphy & Raquel Pareja 1600
  4. Cindy Ung & Natalie Duffy600
  5. Maxine Murphy & Makenna Martinez450
  6. Jenna Sabile & Cindy Ung350
  7. Katelyn Vu & Arianna Audelo260
  8. Samantha Wang & Cara Hung200
  9. Cara Hung & Lauren Friedman200
  10. Sara Beckman & Niki Shahbazi160

Boys 16s

  1. Alex Michelsen & AJ Moore800
  2. Alexander Stafford & Bryce Nakashima600
  3. Tai MacDonald & AJ Moore600
  4. Nathan Tam & Luke Feng450
  5. Chase Thompson & Andy Nguyen350
  6. Guilherme Padilha & Dominique Rolland350
  7. Owen Kolbrenner & Benjamin Hochman260
  8. Kane Kelley & Ivan Savkin260
  9. Alexander Ekstrand & Markus Ekstrand240
  10. Hayden Rand & Marcus Sebastian240

Girls 16s

  1. Emma Sun & Cara Hung800
  2. Kate Fakih & Olivia Center760
  3. Carolyna Fowler & Ania Snissarenko600
  4. Daniela Borruel & Emily Deming450
  5. Amani Shah & Eliana Hanna350
  6. Sarah MacCallum & Jane Lee350
  7. Lexie Flores & Makaila Cheng260
  8. Crystal Kim & Nadia Kojonroj260
  9. Maya Urata & Mika Ikemori240
  10. Eliana Hanna & Jenna Sabile240

Boys 14s

  1. Zhengqing Ji & Brandon Vu800
  2. Paul Dandler & Avery Tallakson800
  3. Cayden Wang & Tyler Li700
  4. Mason Bui & Brandon Vu600
  5. Mario Garcia & Sasha Kremliovsky600
  6. Nathaniel Suh & Nischal Spurling450
  7. William Lokier & Nolan Alvarez365
  8. Cassius Chinlund & Nelson Alapi350
  9. Neel Joshi & Lorenzo Brunkow260
  10. Ford McCollum & William McCollum260

Girls 14s

  1. Nadia Kojonroj & Rebecca Kong800
  2. Elena Zhao & Rebecca Kong600
  3. Elena Zhao & Emily Ing600
  4. Sophia Webster & Rachel Lee450
  5. Amy Lee & Carley Chen400
  6. Krisha Mahendran & Fiona Lee350
  7. Rachel Lee & Maren Urata350
  8. Isabella Bringas & Savannah Webster350
  9. Tianmei Wang & Claire Zhang260
  10. Haley Tran & Amy Lee260

Boys 12s

  1. Rishvanth Krishna & Keaton Hance1150
  2. Landon Lee & William Cao840
  3. Andrew Li & Nischal Spurling800
  4. Liam Alvarez & Peyton Barrett800
  5. Chase Kelley & Gray Kelley600
  6. Ryan Wang & Justin Riley Anson450
  7. Ethan John & Adrien Abarca350
  8. Liam Alvarez & Kai Abarca350
  9. David Wu & Darren Wei260
  10. Sebastiano Cressi & Nicholas Hung260

Girls 12s

  1. Kenzie Nguyen & Iva Jovic1400
  2. Haley Tran & Amy Lee800
  3. Margaret Hui & Kylie Nguyen600
  4. Olivia Lee & Lisa Polkanova600
  5. Maria Aytoyan & Ashley Liang500
  6. Danielle Nikmehr & Ava Min450
  7. Daniela Navarro & Sydney Barnhart350
  8. Sophie Suh & Thea Frodin350
  9. Thea Frodin & Julianna Galindo240
  10. Monika Ekstrand & Giana Mucci240

Boys 10s

  1. Jake Weiss & Arnon Jittathai1050
  2. Vaughn Maramba & Asher Yuan800
  3. Kaiden Somaratne & Kyle Klosson600
  4. Kyler Somaratne & Kaiden Somaratne20

Girls 10s

  1. Sophia Choi Lee & Romi D’Amore800
  2. Ava Penn & Ariana Morris600
  3. Trudy Shen & Skylar Huang450
  4. Ania Zabost & Alisa Timakova260