Signature Series Final 8 Junior Masters - USTA Southern California


Final 8 Junior Masters Championships

This prestigious event returns in 2021 with a new format and a bigger, better experience as the quarterfinals in each division will move to Rancho Mirage for the final rounds and the crowning of the Final 8 champions. 

November 13-14; November 20-21

Level 4 (Closed)

Event Contacts:

Eric Stephens – Tournament Director
Phone: 562-475-7981

Ai Takamori Malawy – USTA Southern California

You can register for the Final 8 Junior Masters here.

Double Entry in Alternate Tournaments

Players are not permitted to enter two tournaments at the same time. After a player has been eliminated from a tournament whose schedule of play partially overlaps with that of a second tournament, the player may enter the second tournament. Players who violate this rule will be disqualified from both tournaments and will receive four (4) suspension points.

During the first weekend of competition, sites in and around Lakewood (Orange County) will host the event. These sites will be announced shortly. 

During the final weekend, Nov. 20-21, the tournament will conclude at Rancho Las Palmas Country Club in Rancho Mirage.

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R64, R32, R16: 
Best of 3 Tiebreak sets with a 10-Point Match Tiebreak (MTB) played in lieu of the 3rd set, regular scoring (3 min rest period between the second set and MTB, with coaching)

Quarterfinals, Semifinals, Final, and 3/4 and 5/6 Playoffs: 
Best of 3 Tiebreak sets, regular scoring (10 min rest period between the second and third set, with coaching)

3rd/4th & 5th/6th Place Playoffs: Please note that players eliminated in the Quarterfinals will be fed into a playoff draw and players eliminated in the Semifinals will play off for 3rd/4th place. This will be held at Rancho Las Palmas Country Club.


There will be VOLUNTARY Consolation draw offered for those who do not advance from their first match.

All Consolation matches start the weekend of Nov 20-21 and will be held at Marina High School in Huntington Beach.

Please DO NOT enter the consolation if you intend to enter another tournament the weekend of Nov 20th. 

It is NOT mandatory to play the consolation.


Players have until Wednesday, November 17th to sign up for the Consolation Draw. To register, e-mail

Tournament draws can be viewed here. 

November 13-14
Round of 64, 32, 16 matches will be played in Lakewood and  surrounding areas.

November 20-21
Quarterfinals, Semi-finals, and Finals, along with 3/4 and 5/6 playoffs matches,  will play at Rancho Las Palmas Country Club in Rancho Mirage.

Consolation rounds will be played at Marina High School in Huntington Beach. 

USTA Southern California is pleased to partner with World TeamTennis when the competition heads to the desert for the Final 8 weekend. 

On Friday, November 19, USTASoCal and WTT will provide a ticket offer for those who would like to attend matches on the evening prior to the start of play. Those who qualify for the Final 8 will receive ticket information shortly before the weekend. 


Please review this tab prior to arrival at the event. 

Winning teams are responsible for reporting the final score to the tournament desk. Please do so in a timely manner upon completion of the match. 

The tournament will select a Player of the Day each day based on performance, sportsmanship, and accomplishment.

Recipients will be listed on this tournament page.

Exceptional sportsmanship is expected of all our tournament players, as well as parents and coaches on the sidelines.

We remind PARENTS to set the example for junior players by creating a positive and encouraging environment. We ask COACHES to stress the importance of sportsmanship as highly as the development of strokes and strategy. And we empower PLAYERS to accept victory and defeat with equal grace and dignity, while treating opponents with fairness and courtesy.

Learn more on our Sportsmanship page

The tournament will feature roaming umpires who will oversee the competition throughout the day. 

Players are encouraged to engage in good sportsmanship when determining calls on the court, without official intervention.

Should the need arise, players may request an umpire to oversee their court if discrepancies persist. This request must be made by the player(s) on the court. Parents and coaches may not request umpires to the court. 

For players advancing to the second weekend, a block of rooms will be reserved at the Omni Rancho Las Palmas Resort & Spa. We are pleased to announce that USTA SoCal will cover $100 of your room night at the Omni for Saturday night only. The player will be responsible for $89 plus tax and resort fee. The charge will be automatically taken off your final bill. The booking link will be provided at a later date.


Call 911 or contact the nearest hospital:

Eisenhower Health General Hospital
(760) 340-3911