Wild cards will be granted to qualified residents of Southern California (USTA members) or full-time enrolled college/university students of schools in Southern California. US citizenship is required of all wild card candidates regardless of residence or college affiliation.
Clarification of any discrepancy of the interpretation of this rule will be at the sole discretion of the Wild Card Committee. The Wild Card Committee reserves the right to request documentation of proof of any kind.
All applicants MUST have an ITF I-pin number.
The Wild Card Committee is made up of the following:
Notification: All Wild Card recipients will be contacted by email or phone.
Wild Card submissions must be made not less than 3 weeks prior to tournament start date. Late submissions will not be accepted except under extenuating circumstances.
Once notified of the wild card acceptance, players will have 48 hours to confirm acceptance. If no confirmation is made within 48 hours, the Wild Committee will make a substitute wild card selection.
Players can apply for either main draw, qualifying wild cards, or both.
Players can apply for wild cards to multiple tournaments simultaneously.
Wild card requests can only be made through the wild card submission webpage.